Google News, a search engine for news articles, is showing a video of the video of a white man walking into a store wearing a laptop.
The video, which was posted on the company’s YouTube channel, shows a man who looks like Mark Zuckerberg wearing a white laptop computer, standing in front of a computer desk chair.
The man, who looks to be in his 30s, is seen standing behind the desk chair while typing on a laptop, and is shown speaking to another person wearing a similar laptop.
Zuckerberg, who is wearing a gray sweatshirt, is shown to be typing in the computer’s address bar and clicking on a number of buttons.
“Who invented computer?” the video asks, before showing another image of the man, which shows the same person standing behind a computer and typing in an address bar.
This is Mark Zuckerberg,” the video says.
“Is this a joke?”
Zuckerberg is then seen standing in a room and typing on an iPad, before speaking to someone wearing a black laptop computer.
“Hello, I’m Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook,” Zuckerberg said in the video.
“So how are you doing?
It’s been a long time since we last had a meeting with you.”
The video then shows Zuckerberg typing on the computer, but the screen fades to black and the video fades to white.
In the video, Zuckerberg is seen looking into a computer screen and talking to a white person wearing glasses.
“I am the founder of Facebook.
I’m running for president,” Zuckerberg is heard saying.
Zuckerberg is also seen standing near the camera as a computer is shown running on a computer monitor.
“How are you?”
“We’ve been running for years, we’ve been building this, building this.
And it’s working really well.”
Zuckerberg also said that the video was a joke.
“But this is how people react to video of themselves, people who look like Mark,” Zuckerberg was heard saying, according to a transcript provided by the YouTube channel.
“People have been reacting to this video in a very funny way,” Zuckerberg told The Washington Post.
“You see people react, you see reactions to things that are funny.
People respond, and I guess that’s OK.”
Zuckerberg said that he did not want the video to be a distraction.
“It was not meant to be offensive.
I am not trying to get into politics, I don’t have a political agenda.
It’s just that some people are looking at this and they’re like, ‘Why would anyone wear a computer?’
Last month, Apple CEO Tim Cook posted a video to his YouTube channel of himself wearing a MacBook Pro and using an iPad while typing in a message. “
Facebook is not the first tech company to post a video in which a man or woman wears a computer.
Last month, Apple CEO Tim Cook posted a video to his YouTube channel of himself wearing a MacBook Pro and using an iPad while typing in a message.
Cook has also worn a black MacBook Pro during times when he is not running for office.
That’s what he said,” Zuckerberg’s YouTube video said.”
Mark was joking.
That’s what he said,” Zuckerberg’s YouTube video said.