The New York Times’ DealBook columnist, Andrew Ross Sorkin, can’t hold back any longer – it’s been three months since Facebook’s IPO. So he calls Facebook’s CFO to task for the “debacle.” (He says Facebook was overpriced but LinkedIn equally underpriced.) AllThingsD doesn’t really pile on, but does compare some numbers. Mark Cuban violently disagrees. I’m with Cuban – Facebook didn’t leave any money on the table, though its current stock performance relative to the IPO may indeed cause some problems with talent. And that part is only getting worse in the near-term. Mathew Ingram adds his two cents – everybody’s to blame – and CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he won’t sell.