Here is something to "like." Turns out Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is a hero in Tunisia and Egypt, the two countries that relied heavily on social networking sites like FB to help take down their longtime presidents.
In a trip to the dark continent, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) learned just how much the people over there worship and adore the young entrepreneur. McCain called up the Zuck and gave him the good news.
"The national hero in Egypt is a guy named Mark Zuckerberg. They wanted him to come and visit," McCain told
reporters. "They want him to come to Egypt and Tunisia -- these young
"This social networking cannot be underestimated in how all of these events, really the driving force in how all of this transformed and took place," McCain said.
No word on whether the Zuck will make the trip to Africa to greet his fans.