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Ashton Kutcher has turned his tweeting industry over to good spellers and deep thinkers after a gaffe that has made him look like an idiot.
Yes, fans, it is hard to believe Ashcan Kutcher can look worse than usual, but he sent out a grammatically incoherent tweet supporting Joe Paterno upon hearing that old man was fired.
Kutcher apparently missed the part...
The man who helped make Twitter famous has decided to stop tweeting. While Joe Paterno and the Penn State sexual abuse scandal has dominated headlines, apparently Ashton Kutcher doesn’t read the news. Upon hearing that the legendary coach was fired, Kutcher tweeted,
“How do you fire Jo Pa? #insult #noclass as a hawkeye fan I find it in poor taste.:
Moments later hashtags #ThingsAshtonKutcherd...
Ashton Kutcher, one of the most popular celebrities on Twitter, says he’s taking a break from the social network for the time being.
“As of immediately I will stop tweeting until I find a way to properly manage this feed,” Kutcher wrote Wednesday night. “I feel awful about this error. Won’t happen again.”
The impetus for Kutcher’s sudden hiatus was an earlier tweet...
Actor Ashton Kutcher caused a firestorm on Twitter by criticizing Penn State for firing Joe Paterno without knowing a sexual abuse scandal was the reason.
Ashton Kutcher attacked the Penn State Board of Trustees for firing Joe Paterno last night -- but there was one little problem, seems Ashton didn't know about Joe's misdeeds. Right after Paterno got the chop, Kutcher tweeted, "How do you fire Jo…
Prolific Twitter personality Ashton Kutcher said Thursday he's going to take a time-out from the popular social media network after he fumbled big-time Wednesday night. The "Two and a Half Men" star's decision to pipe down was made after he came to the defense of just-fired Penn State head coach Joe Paterno.
Everyone has an opinion on the Jerry Sandusky scandal. In addition, everyone has an opinion of Joe Paterno as it relates to the scandal. Paterno has been an icon at Penn State for more than 60 years, and people need more than one person to blame when something terrible happens. It only makes sense that [...]