Nothing against Facebook, but I'm happy to see that the IPO wasn't so successful. Maybe it's my general grudge against Wall Street banks, but they usually make a small fortune on these deals, and it seems like that's not the case on FB. On Friday, they were clearly supporting the price at $38. I understand that - they'd been parceling these shares out to their most valued clients, and they couldn't let these clients think they'd been sold something worth less than $38. Today, it seems, they lowered their floor to $33, exactly. Maybe they couldn't justify the $38 for a week. I do wonder how much Morgan Stanley has lost on this one so far. So, tomorrow, do they let it free-fall?