Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Corporate Twitter Accounts Are Just About the Worst Right Now

Posted By on Wed, Sep 11, 2013 at 12:00 PM

The tweet the Suns apparently thought better of and deleted today.
  • The tweet the Suns apparently thought better of and deleted today.

First of all, I'm not saying that we shouldn't remember what happened on September 11, 2001. I'm not trying to minimize the sadness and tragedy of that day.

However, at some point, corporate social media accounts will be able to let the day go by without feeling the need to send out some sort of #NEVERFORGET message, right? There is not a single person who was waiting for Sizzler's response, to find out whether they're true patriots or not, but yet:


Sandals Resorts? Don't worry, they'll #alwaysrember (I'm guessing they ran out of characters):


If you'd like to follow along with the stream of social media memorializing, follow comedian Joe Mande on Twitter today. Perhaps the sentiments of ChristianMingle.com are exactly what you need today.

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