How has serving impacted you?— U.S. Army (@USArmy) May 23, 2019
This thread is not going as expected huh https://t.co/2OSyqYB6I6— ael diehm (@aeldiehm) May 24, 2019
I really wanna know what they DID expect. Like did they really think folks were gonna go on and on about how appreciative they are that they get to go to six flags for free or how they learned about "team work" and "valor" or some shit like that? Come on man.— Sammy🌼 (@fabonkzy) May 24, 2019
Almost all my siblings served in the military and it helped me decide that joining the military is a terrible idea— hootsuite riot (@AmyDentata) May 25, 2019
I haven’t served but I work for a specialist group(pulmonary) and just having to deal with the red tape to have office visits and testing authorized for Veterans is abhorrent and disgusting. Significant lung masses by the time they get to us.— First Lady Talbot (@TaneeyaTalbot) May 25, 2019
The real day I became a vet. It was the 4th of July and I had been out a couple years. My buddy call from about 40 miles across The Valley. He was losing his shit from the explosions of fireworks. I could hear him loading ammo. I was driving so fast to his house it occurred to me— John Arbuckle (@FairWeatherHat) May 24, 2019
I could have run over someone and wouldn’t have even noticed it. I flew into his house, cleared all the weapons, and held him while he cried for the rest of the night. Not fighting in a war, not getting a 214, that day was the day I became a veteran.— John Arbuckle (@FairWeatherHat) May 24, 2019
Bad knees. Bad back. Crippling depression.— 1461Ways (@1461Ways) May 25, 2019
But, hey, that sweet $140 a month disability is SOOOOOO worth it.
My dead cousin has a one mile stretch of highway named after him now— T҉h҉e҉s҉e҉ ҉f҉o҉n҉t҉s҉ ҉a҉r҉e҉ ҉s҉t҉u҉p҉i҉d҉ (@mofroe) May 25, 2019
By Dan Treadway | March 24, 2014
It was an innocent attempt to spur conversation on social media that ultimately took no time at all to completely backfire. Neal, who one former referee recently called "the poster child for what is wrong with the NHL discipline system," definitely had a lot of people who wanted to ask him questions. The issue was that most of them weren't Penguins fans.
[...] it’s clear you’ve been very successful in your current position. I now actually want to hear about a failure that you’ve had. What is a memorable story where you failed?
Andi: There have been plenty of tweet failures/social media fails.
My first scary moment in my job was related to a player video series we were posting every week. We’d put out a photo asking for fan questions about a particular player. James Neal was the player that was up that week and we put out the graphic like we always did. It backfired. #AskNeal - you may have heard of it.
In that moment, I didn’t know where the fans “were”. I didn’t realize at that time (I was brand new) that Boston fans were mad at James Neal or Philly fans were mad at James Neal. We were getting responses from opposing fans that he elbowed or kneed someone. Whatever had happened in that time period created this environment that made it not safe like previous players.
I think this was the first failure where I felt I should have tried to stop this from happening. I definitely learned from that experience. I learned I need to know where the fans “are”. Not just our fans, but fans across the league and the general feeling toward a specific player(s).
失敗から学ぶといえば、前回はちょっとだけ信じそうになった米軍のPR、2003年イラク侵攻における『衝撃と畏怖』作戦（Shock and Awe）。二度とだまされないぞ。
Americans are tired of reckless and endless wars. We saw what the disastrous Iraq War did. Thousands of servicemembers dead and wounded. America's reputation damaged abroad. Now @realDonaldTrump’s advisors are pushing Shock and Awe 2.0 – this time against Iran.— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) May 21, 2019
Not on my watch. I’m cosponsoring legislation to stop us from going to war with Iran. Congress must use its constitutional authority to stop @realDonaldTrump from dragging us into another forever war. https://t.co/EGMvnqDBCX— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) May 21, 2019