Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Amy's Baking Company Says 'We Were Hacked!' Following Yesterday's Scorched Earth Campaign

Posted By on Tue, May 14, 2013 at 3:42 PM

Well, obviously.

So, the folks at Amy's Baking Company have chosen to go the honorable route following the social media meltdown that took place yesterday on the company's Twitter, Facebook and Yelp accounts: they've blamed it all on hackers.

Sorry, did I say "honorable"? I meant to say that they offered the lamest excuse possible; one taken by numerous athletes, celebrities and general fools who have gone on ill-advised rampages against friends and haters alike.

And honestly, I might be inclined to believe the folks at Amy's, were it not for the documented-by-video-camera freakouts in which they fired an employee for asking a question ("she had an attitude," owner Amy Bouzaglo claimed/shouted).

Listen guys, it's hard to put the "WE DONT LET SLUTTY BITCHES LIKE YOU HERE" genie back in the bottle. You're better off sucking it up, owning up to your failures and apologizing profusely — either that, or the Internet starts auto-tuning you meowing like a crazy cat lady (0:53 in the video below). Whatever works.

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