For a moment, imagine you’re Mark Zuckerberg.
You’re in Russia, where you’ve never been, and everyone knows who you are.
Then you go on TV, which is always weird, but it’s even more surreal this time because everything is in Russian.
There’s a woman in your ear telling you what the host is saying, and another translating everything you say as you say it at a very loud volume.
Finally, everyone in the audience is clapping and laughing at moments you don’t expect because you have no sense of the foreign comedic timing.
And they’re all wearing waving “like” buttons at you.
What a strange life it must be.
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