Many companies these days have a social media presence to answer the questions, concerns and praise of their customers. And in this social media sphere, companies get a lot of stupidity hurled at them, this being the internet and all, and most of the time, this stupidity goes unanswered. But when one guy in the UK started slamming Domino’s Pizza on Twitter because he supposedly suffered pretty bad burns on his dick when he tried to make sweet, sweet love to his pizza pie, Domino’s was not shy to address the gentleman’s grievances.
Daily Discussion: Twitter IPO goes live today on the NYSE. Do you have any stock investments? If so, what?
This morning, Twitter becomes a publicly traded company as its first round of shares become available for trading. Do you, IHC peoples, have any investments in stocks, bonds or commodities? If so, what’s in your portfolio and how’s that working out for you?
Gravity has gotten generally pretty positive reviews, but if you’re super famous astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson, you wouldn’t be watching a movie like Gravity for the writing, the acting or the amazing sound. You’d be watching for every little scientific inaccuracy, as you should if you were Neil DeGrasse Tyson. So after watching Gravity, Tyson went on a hilarious science ass-beating fact checking mission. Because even if it’s a good movie, Hollywood shouldn’t get too sloppy with science.