As Twitchy reported earlier this morning, many Facebook users have been unable to post today.
Naturally, many people (including Congressman Cory Gardner, R-Colo.) were reminded of another high-profile website that has been having technical problems recently.
I guess Facebook donated their servers to http://t.co/lKJMW8tS3L
— Marcus Neto (@marcusneto) October 21, 2013
Facebook is now as functional as http://t.co/aaV8FItLnO
— Scott Metzger (@beermonkey) October 21, 2013
Anyone taking bets on what gets fixed first http://t.co/3fx5Q3Ju0b or Facebook?
— Mike Hayes (@hayesbtv) October 21, 2013
Facebook isn't working because the company's workforce was kidnapped and told to go fix http://t.co/9nyjs6DEH1
— Tim Lemke (@TimLemkeTweets) October 21, 2013
Looks like Mark Zuckerberg finally got around to hiring the same IT company that is running http://t.co/qG6LamOcVk. #Facebook #fail
— Tim Carlson (@thecivilcomment) October 21, 2013
Maybe Facebook and http://t.co/zFu2DzbipT have the same programmers. #facebookdown #Obamacare
— Zach Foland (@zachfoland) October 21, 2013
First Kathleen Sebelius breaks http://t.co/ekJrM5cc4f, now she broke Facebook too! It's time for her to step down
— Simon Owens (@simonowens) October 21, 2013
No worries, #Facebook lovers! The http://t.co/eHXOzaH5Iq web site builders are fixing the glitches on Facebook today. #sarcasm
— Kyla Campbell (@KylaCampbellDC) October 21, 2013
Bizarre day the Internet's having: http://t.co/slZ19DmHum is working better than http://t.co/6S6rd0VJVl
— Spiro Verras (@verras) October 21, 2013
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