Jason Biggs of American Pie and Orange is the New Black had the worst tweet of the day.

(This is why.)


  1. Mark (@palmerlaw) said,

    This is pretty ugly too, prank call to MSNBC:
    http://nypost.com/2014/07/17/eyewitness-prankster-derails-msnbc-coverage-of-attack/

  2. ED said,

    I think Twitter should be devested if you ask me. The idiot posting something idiotic is more inclined to have a motive enabled by a product, in this case Twitter.

    The reason I say this, is the media keeps stating “we found the deleted tweets from the separatists about the aircraft…”

    If in war, Twitter is becoming a compulsory participant (as a commercial profit engine), then their should be US Federal raids on an operation like that. Jack Dorsey may be on the run.

  3. Maurice said,

    To tell the truth, as horrified as I am by this tragedy, I don’t really see anything to get upset about here… It’s a dumb joke that doesn’t diss anyone…it is just saying what everyone is thinking – won’t be flying on Malaysia anytime soon, regardless of the fact it wasn’t their fault.

  4. MM said,

    It was funny!

  5. Brian L. said,

    @Maurice – Agreed. It was tasteless, but not a big deal.

  6. Travis Swanson said,

    I’d fly MH any day.

  7. JY said,

    I’m sure a few of the passengers thought the same thing before getting on that flight.

  8. JY said,

    I’m sure a few of the passengers thought the same think before boarding that flight.

  9. Nick said,

    My outrage is based on the fact that everyone knows selling airline miles is against the terms and conditions of frequent flyer programs!

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