Move over, Cory Booker — there’s a new hero in town. New Yorker correspondent Ryan Lizza was relentless at uncovering the details of the James Rosen spying scandal, but today he put his dogged determination to work finding some help for a hot dog. When you want something done, turn to Twitter.
— Brendan Boyle (@boylepoint) June 22, 2013
— Albert Stubblebine (@teh_galen) June 22, 2013
— Scott Paterno (@ScottPaterno) June 22, 2013
— Kathy Jacobs (@kkeejj) June 22, 2013
@RyanLizza I've called the police.
— Scott (@ScottyE_FL) June 22, 2013
After being told by security at @chocolateworld there was nothing they can do, tracked down employee, Missee Gross, who is being helpful.
— Ryan Lizza (@RyanLizza) June 22, 2013
— Andrea Hanis (@AndreaHanis) June 22, 2013
— Joe Trippi (@JoeTrippi) June 22, 2013
A few lessons to be learned from today’s incident: dogs shouldn’t be left in hot cars, and Twitter can be a powerful tool.
@RyanLizza btw, there's a story to be told abt how Twitter helps customers circumvent bad employees and get mgmt's attention.
— KarmaLovesGumbo (@KarmaLovesGumbo) June 22, 2013
Also, there’s a place called Chocolate World.
— Michael Moon (@mwmoonAL) June 22, 2013