February 24, 2017
Avert your eyes, brothers and sisters. Apparently, we here in Philadelphia are fugly.
At least, that's what Adweek executive editor Tony Case felt compelled to tweet this afternoon while walking through Philadelphia International Airport.
What an awful idea, Tony. Tonyyyyyyy. You're better than this.
We've been here before. Don't you follow Mara Wilson on Twitter? If you were a real fan of "Matilda" and "Mrs. Doubtfire," very marketable motion pictures, you would know that she walked right into this minefield in November.
Has anyone told Philly people they don't HAVE to be assholes— Mara Wilson (@MaraWilson) November 21, 2016
She got eaten alive for it, bless her heart.
But you? You handed Philly a perfect reason to back up Matilda's claim. It must feel empowering to know that being an executive editor means you can just bloviate whatever the f--- you want, but maybe it also means you should edit yourself.
Dawg, we won a title for being sexy. It would actually interest you because it was a totally superficial press release put out by Pure Romance, a sex toy company looking to swing a little congratulatory product placement.
Hey, you know what? Have at him, Philly.
@tonythecase you, on the other hand, seem to be delightful tub of perfection.— TruthPursuit (@MimiRyan0110) February 24, 2017
@tonythecase you're in an Airport. Those people could be from anywhere.— Mike Almquist (@mikealmquist) February 24, 2017
@tonythecase if I woke up every day and my reflection was you I'd be a bitter person as well.— Brian Sumner (@PrinceWeaponry) February 24, 2017
.@tonythecase if you owned a Chinese Resturaunt it would be called Mr. Chins— Jawn Wick (@FanSince09) February 24, 2017
The last time I saw @tonythecase he was on Planet Earth II running away from a island of snakes— FGSB (@FlyGoalScoredBy) February 24, 2017
@tonythecase u looking like a gmo clone of Ian Rapoport— eagles wyd? (@EaglesAmigos) February 24, 2017