The Knoxville News Sentinel wasn’t so sure about that on Saturday.
— Cari Wade Gervin (@carigervin) November 10, 2013
With the Philippines facing horrific devastation and loss of life, it’s not the most ideal time for autocorrect to kick in. At least they mean well:
Praying for the people affected by the Tycoon in the Philippines.
— Faithful_Med ✝ (@narcissela) November 11, 2013
Our hearts and prayers go out to those affected by the tycoon in the Philippines.#PrayForThePhilippines
— YG Princes♛WINNER (@YG__WINNER) November 11, 2013
Utterly sad to see the damage & devastation from the tycoon in Philippines.
— Kamla (@kamla) November 10, 2013
RIP To The People Tht Got Killed In The Philippines Tycoon ????
— Neo Montana III (@iHoop14_) November 11, 2013
What an unbelievable run of disasters for the Philippines, earthquake recently and now this tycoon, horrible
— Laurence Reynolds (@L_Reynolds92) November 11, 2013
The Tycoon that hit the Philippines is wild.. God bless all!
— Shmurda (@HumblePride1) November 8, 2013
— Chloè ❤️ (@ChloeTBQH) November 10, 2013
10,000 dead after Philippines tycoon. 10,000!! Equivalent to over third of Gib population. What immense destruction. Poor, poor people.
— Fabian Vinet (@fabianvinet) November 10, 2013
Strongest tycoon ever hits Philippines, killing and injuring many! /: #PrayForThePhilippines
— JULY 30 (@JoshuaDmayuga_) November 10, 2013
In this case, we’re going with “it’s the thought that counts.” Continued thoughts and prayers for all those suffering in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda.