Silicon Valley Expecting Wave of Millionaire Nerds After Facebook IPO
Menlo Park, California is about to be chock-full of really rich dorks.
Now that Facebook has filed for an initial public offering, the small town that houses the social networking service is bracing itself for an influx of wealthy weirdos.
With Facebook expected to be valued at $100 billion, software developer Ike Stranathan, who owns just under .003% of the company, stands to make almost $30 million.
“I plan on spending the bulk of my earnings on a gold-plated Segway and some rare Star Wars memorabilia,” admitted the computer geek. “But if I have money left over, I’m finally going to see what it’s like to touch a real, live woman.”
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