Disgraceful: ‘Comedian’ Joe Mande mocks companies tweeting 9/11 tributes


@JoeMande you're obviously smarter than I am, but what is so terrible about those companies saying something about today's significance?

— Baraldinho (@ajB_real) September 11, 2012

Apparently, there’s nothing funnier than corporate Twitter accounts sending out 9/11 tributes and remembrances. Alleged comedian Joe Mande seems to believe that corporations, composed of humans, are incapable of humanity. He spent the morning retweeting 9/11 memorial messages from well-known companies:

We remember #NeverForget911

— Pepperidge Farm (@PepperidgeFarm) September 11, 2012

We want to pause today to remember the families impacted on this day just 11 years ago. Our hearts are with the heroes of 9/11.

— SUBWAY Restaurants (@SUBWAY) September 11, 2012

Today we are reflecting upon September 11, a day that will live on in our hearts and memories.

— Dunkin' Donuts (@DunkinDonuts) September 11, 2012

Take a moment today to be thankful for #America. I’m saluting the USA on the 11th anniversary of 9/11. #Remember911

— Shoney's (@Shoneys) September 11, 2012

September 11th is a day we will never forget. Our prayers go out to those we lost that day and their families.

— White Castle (@WhiteCastle) September 11, 2012


— Waffle House (@WaffleHouse) September 11, 2012

The tragedy of 9/11 brought out the best in those who first responded. We remember them today proudly and with gratitude. #Remember911

— Lexus (@Lexus) September 11, 2012

Today we take a moment to reflect and thank all those who gave their services on 9/11. #neverforget

— Ticketmaster (@Ticketmaster) September 11, 2012

Never forget. #dailytwist #neverforget pic.twitter.com/cTz6xy4X

— Oreo Cookie (@Oreo) September 11, 2012

We will never forget.

— MLB Fan Cave (@MLBFanCave) September 11, 2012

Today we honor the victims and heroes of 9/11. We will never forget.

— Applebee's (@Applebees) September 11, 2012

Today, our thoughts are with all those who make sacrifices every day to protect and serve us.

— Red Lobster (@redlobster) September 11, 2012

We remember and honor our fallen heroes this 9/11. #neverforget

— Skype (@Skype) September 11, 2012

Today, on Sept. 11, we remember those who were lost and honor the heroes who responded then and serve today to keep our country safe.

— Sprint (@sprint) September 11, 2012

On this Patriot Day, we'd like to pause in remembrance of all the victims and heroes of 9/11. #neverforget pic.twitter.com/H5b27ibh

— Boar's Head (@Boars_Head) September 11, 2012

It's been over a decade since, but may we always remember. Our hearts go out to all the survivors, victims, and heroes of 9/11.

— Etsy (@Etsy) September 11, 2012

We will never forget those who lost their lives, the heroes who saved lives, and those who fight to preserve our freedom.

— Ace Hardware (@AceHardware) September 11, 2012

Today we remember not the tragedy but the heroes who gave their lives and the families that must endure. #Remember911 pic.twitter.com/m2wzjzt7

— The Vitamin Shoppe (@VitaminShoppe) September 11, 2012

Today, we remember those we lost, those who survived and those who serve this great nation each and every day. Never Forget. 09.11.2001

— GNC (@GNCLiveWell) September 11, 2012

May we never forget. #Remember911

— Arby's (@Arbys) September 11, 2012

On this National Day of Service and Remembrance, we’d like to take a moment to remember those who have lost their lives for our country.

— Duncan Hines (@RealDuncanHines) September 11, 2012

We will never forget. #Remember911 pic.twitter.com/CPpxe6KG

— Target (@Target) September 11, 2012

A moving 9/11 memorial photo? How hilarious!

His fans thought it was a witty, biting commentary on the evil and selfishness of corporate America:

Ummmm highly recommend checking @joemande's twitter timeline right now.

— Aziz Ansari (@azizansari) September 11, 2012



If you want to know how American capitalism responds to the 9/11 anniversary, go to @joemande's page right now. #WOW

— Hari Kondabolu (@harikondabolu) September 11, 2012

Gross. RT @harikondabolu If you want to know how American capitalism responds to the 9/11 anniversary go to @joemande's page right now. #WOW

— Trish Tchume (@ttchume) September 11, 2012


Follow @JoeMande for a rundown of depressing corporate tweets expressing sorrow for 9/11. THANKS FOR YOUR THOUGHTS &PRAYERS, SHONEY'S

— Robert J Bennett (@robertjbennett) September 11, 2012

@granulac @JoeMande wow, that's really sad and embarrassing and somehow…probably required by our culture. Ace Hardware says "never forget"

— darrylayo (@darrylayo) September 11, 2012

.@joemande's twitter feed today should be taught in PR classes on what NOT to do with corporate social media. But, it is hilarious.

— gareth hughes (@garethchughes) September 11, 2012

Go look at @JoeMande's page right now. Brilliant. As @JohnRossBowie said, it borders on performance art. #NeverForget

— Amir Talai (@AmirTalai) September 11, 2012

Kinda barrfy when viewes en masse, huh? RT @azizansari: Ummmm highly recommend checking @joemande's twitter timeline right now.

— Vann Madison (@VannMadison) September 11, 2012


My brand is more sensitive than your brand. RT @azizansari: Ummmm highly recommend checking @joemande's twitter timeline right now.

— Bryan DeSena (@bryandesena) September 11, 2012

@joemande is doing big things on his Twitter feed today… Anyone not acknowledging his work has officially forgotten 9/11.

— Greg F (@Books_Not_Wooks) September 11, 2012

Ok, @joemande's RTs of megacorps' ridiculous 9/11 remembrances is the best thing ever. WHITE CASTLE WILL NEVER FORGET! https://t.co/8CbVof1T

— Saladin Ahmed (@saladinahmed) September 11, 2012


No, actually. He doesn’t get it. But this woman does:

Interesting as it is, my heart goes out to the people behind the non-people corporations being skewered by @JoeMande's 9/11 RT-fest. 🙁

— Lori White (@lolololori) September 11, 2012

Indeed. Mande’s mockery of heartfelt tributes to the heroes and fallen of 9/11 is nothing short of shameful. On a day of national mourning, it’s Mande and his pathetic fans — not corporate America — who are trivializing the tremendous loss we felt 11 years ago. We hope they’re proud of themselves.

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