Whenever toddlers or small children reach a certain age and are ready to start sitting at the grown-up table, the first step is often employing a booster seat at the table. In a similar manner, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg also may have been in need of a little boost to sit at the table with the grown-ups on Capitol Hill—or, at least, that’s what many social media users are saying, despite what a company spokesperson says.
Mark Zuckerberg on a booster seat?
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Photos and videos from this week’s Congressional hearings have drawn mockery from social media users who noticed that he was sitting on some sort of cushion that’s been dubbed a “booster seat.” The Washingtonian was actually the first to point out the