It's always a hilarious yet dystopian time when Mark Zuckerberg graces congress with his presence.
During yesterday's congressional hearing about Facebook's proposed new cryptocurrency, the Facebook founder was grilled within an inch of his life by many members of congress.
One such lawmaker was Katie Porter, a first-year California Representative. She made headlines for challenging Zuck to work as a content moderator for a year (on $15 an hour with monitored nine-minute crying breaks to recover from all the gruesome videos) and he demurred.
But that wasn't her only legendary moment during the hearing. She opened her testimony with some glorious shade to Zuck about something we all love to roast him for: his terrible, terrible haircut.
"Mr. Zuckerberg," she said, "I know Facebook can be sometimes an unkind place, um, both toward my personal appearance and today apparently towards your haircut. But as the mother of a teenage boy I just want to say thanks for modeling the short cut."