Uh, Byron, if you ate at Zuck's place then he paid for the food you numpty. Or did you kick a tenner in the tip jar?
Why is a head of a company doing off-the-record talks (actually, dinners) with journalists assigned to cover the company?
What 'issues' are facing the company apart from the ones they themselves have created and inflamed?
And when will Facebook and the media obsessed with it realize that most users are merely waiting for a successor to Facebook and will jump on it, especially if it avoids Facebook's problems? A migration tool would be a the key - no doubt Facebook would fight its use tooth and nail.
(PS - no need to post 'I don't use Facebook' or 'I closed my account.' We know.)
Give him kudos for at least admitting it.