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Mark, what if a billion? - The alt version of 'The Things That Connect Us' Facebook Ad

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Published on Oct 8, 2012

Read the full letter we sent to Mark Zuckerberg on:
http://on.fb.me/whatifabillion

"What if a billion"
by Lucy & Andres
The Wabisabians

[Chairs] Social Networks.

Social networks are made so that people can [sit down] share and [take a break] connect.
Anyone can [sit] join a social network and if the social network is large enough, they can [sit down] change the world together.

And [tell jokes] ask questions, [make up] share stories or just [listen] learn. [Chairs] Social networks are for people. And that is why [chairs] social networks are like Facebook.

[Doorbells] A house, [airplanes] healthy food, [bridges] education. These are things people [use] need to get together, so they can open up and connect about ideas, music and other things that people share.

[Dance floors] Schools. [Basketball] Hospitals. A great [nation] community. A great [nation] community is something people build so they can have a place where they belong.

The [universe] Internet. It is vast. And [dark] powerful. And makes us wonder if we are alone.

So maybe the reason we make all of these things is to remind ourselves that we [are not] can change the world.

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