1. Close down the company.
2. Sell the Townsend Street headquarters while S.F. real estate is again the hot commodity.
3. Tell the brain trust to get real jobs in the productive sector of the economy.
4. Sell the ZNGA logo to Alpo.
5. Try to make a wild guess at future losses from litigation and establish a fund.
6. See if someone is foolish enough to pay $25 million for the OMGpop leftovers.
7. Hold a garage sail at ZNGA headquarters for the equipment.
8. Sell the interior decor to a carnival.
9. Send the massage therapists to my residence.
10.Distribute the remaining cash, while there is some, to current shareholders.
This is a very logical solution. A smart man knows when to walk away from the table.
No virtual Farcebook friends required. Have you ever viewed your reflection in a puddle of muddy water? It seems to be a major preoccupation on Farcebook. I'd love to short that stock again once the chart calms down, which it inevitably will.