The now-deleted tweet seems to have failed in being sensitive to the September 11 Australian release date with poster art displaying the Ninja Turtles falling from a fiery New York skyscraper.
He's already got a hilariously insensitive track record: "black" Transformers who can't read, robot balls, and now, 9/11-causing TMNT.— Patriotic Half-Eagle (@ValTalonheart) July 29, 2014
Twitter users had a good laugh over TIME's attempt to explain the prevalence of the word "bae" in pop culture over the past year. Of course, they had to write their own headlines for stories that the perpetually out-of-touch magazine could write next:
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Wikipedia has flagged a spamming user who happens to have an IP address assigned to the U.S. Congress. Whether this is a very bored congressional page or a devious staffer is anybody's guess - but Wikipedia is having none of it.
Via Geeks Are Sexy:
Recent edits include adding claims that both the assassination of John F Kennedy and a supposed conspiracy to fake the Moon landings were the responsibility of Cuba, while Donald Rumsfeld's profile was updated to refer to him as "an alien lizard who eats Mexican babies."