Uh, all that s**t Zuckerberg was taught can be found online in books and tutorials for free. There are many cities that offer free or very cheap computer programming classes. Anybody that can get to a computer and has time to read can get this info. And plenty of black kids have fathers, and even if you don't, you shouldn't use that as an excuse, its okay for a 5 year old, but when you get 25 you still gonna be using the "i didn't have a father excuse". At some point you eventually have to start making grown man moves and stop making excuses. Your are not in chains, you are not slaves. It's almost like modern black ppl use the slavery excuse more than any of the previous generations. So let's stop acting like all these opportunities are so out of reach. If you ain't putting in the work in to make it happen then you shouldn't be complaining.
It never amazes me how far some black people like you (if you're black) will go out of the way to try to discredit the reality of the situations
. Yeah, many things can be taught in books but even so, don't you f**king think that if you have a father pushing the s**t and giving you TUTORS paid for and allowing you to experiment with the things you learned at his f**king DENTIST office that it's a f**king advantage?
I never made any excuses. All I did was portray REALITY and the sensitive blacks who want to ignore the reality come in here and say "oh, it can be taught in books"..WHO GIVES A f**k. WHITES STILL HAVE ADVANTAGES. WE GOTTA TEACH OURSELVES s**t AND TRY 30 TIMES HARDER FOR s**t GIVEN TO SOME OF THE MORE ADVANTAGED.
Furthermore, here's another dynamic: Mark Zuckerberg was also being recruited heavily by major corporations prior to him starting facebook...Let's just hypothetically say there was a black Zuckerberg, the way that we're programmed to be employees and not employers, the n*gga Zuckerberg probably would have jumped on the opportunity to work for the corporation as soon as it presented itself and there would be no facebook or at least not from an entrepreneurial sense.