Yesterday, NPR published a post at Facebook that was seen, and then edited to erase its content.
But screenshots were made. The edited post has over 4800 comments. What was the controversy? What horrible, scandalous information was posted in error?
The NPR errant Ramona Facebook post is the only good thing in the world right now pic.twitter.com/QchgLVqChO— Ellen Stark (@ellenstark) October 3, 2017
Thousands of people had something to say about it, but they weren't complaining about the original post. They wanted it back! And they want to know more about Ramona. Some assumed that Ramona is a cat, but I believe Ramona is a toddler who loves cats. Anyway, the error was the kind of wholesome nonsense the world needs when other social media errors are not only embarrassing, but often erroneous news or incitement to rage. -via Mashable
(Unrelated image credit: hageatama)
UPDATE: We now know who Ramona is, and we even get to see a picture! -Thanks, Alex!