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Colorado Farm Bureau Conducts Impromptu Crisis Drill
September 7, 2010, 4:22 pm
Filed under: Social Media, Twitter

Shawn Martini at the Colorado Farm Bureau learned the hard way that joking about natural disasters rarely ends well (see former Chicago Bears great Dan Hampton for another recent example). I have no idea what Shawn’s original Tweet was (it has since been deleted), but here is the string of apologies he has offered for it so far:

@RealPRMedia I see that now. My apologies.

@zarchasmpgmr @stevehirschhorn @HKoren @tweet_fail@pookla @wcwestfeldt @5280PRGal @hardcorps80204 My apologies. The joke was in poor taste.

@hardcorps80204 @milesbeyond @mackaymiller @tedrock et. al. My joke abt the #boulderfire was in very poor taste. My sincerest apologies.

@RealPRMedia Thank you for your understanding. I do apologize 4 the comment. Very poor taste on my part. My prayers R w/ everyone affected.

@thegoodhuman Very much agreed. Please accept my sincerest apologies.

Update: Here is Shawn’s original Tweet:

7000 ac. fire in Boulder. sure gonna take lots of Priuses &solar panels 2 make up4 that big ol’ carbon emission

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Amazing.

Comment by Ef Rodriguez

Yeah, ignorant jackassery will get you into trouble every time, Shawn. You’ve been drinking too much of the clodhopper Kool-Aid about climate change; might want to do some homework using the tons of credible resources that are readily available.

Comment by Vill Robinson




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