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Layoffs at cable news net sparks ‘new careers for fired CNN reporters’ hashtag

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http://twitter.com/#!/Mayortommm/status/426475384083709952

At the end of 2013, CNN and HLN reportedly laid off dozens of journalists:

http://twitter.com/#!/NolteNC/status/426403697032036353

As often is the case, Twitter users were there to help, and the hashtag #NewCareersForFiredCNNReporters was born.

Here’s one possible career option for laid off CNN reporters, with a potential stumbling block:

http://twitter.com/#!/DiannyRants/status/426444001802084353
http://twitter.com/#!/TheMorningSpew/status/426440788931661824

Many other possible careers were suggested:

http://twitter.com/#!/hollyrn2/status/426472515196571648
http://twitter.com/#!/AssTales/status/426441000974692352
http://twitter.com/#!/WMDOwl/status/426475548802424832
http://twitter.com/#!/LibsBeLike/status/426447440724905984
http://twitter.com/#!/StevenJBurns/status/426442010849845248
http://twitter.com/#!/Major_Skidmark/status/426442023176908800
http://twitter.com/#!/TheMorningSpew/status/426448333628923905
http://twitter.com/#!/flappdoodle_01/status/426472209515675648

But not everybody saw the humor in this hashtag:

http://twitter.com/#!/RDofJE/status/426463975132250112

Counterpoint:

http://twitter.com/#!/TheMorningSpew/status/426471771093487616

Touché.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/01/23/layoffs-at-cable-news-net-sparks-new-careers-for-fired-cnn-reporters-hashtag-not-everybody-amused/

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