Ashton Kutcher just updated his Twitter. Rather, he linked from his Twitter to a long ass post explaining himself, more like defending himself, more like bitching about the people who criticised him for defending, at first, Joe Paterno, and then recanting, and then pouting off into the night.

I don’t know if this “message” is a joke. I certainly hope it doesn’t show up on a new episode of Punkd. Because to joke about this issue, and the fallout from these allegations...

Well, actually, Ashton Kutcher probably would. For now though, let’s take it for what it is. Written proof that he is a F-CKING MORON.  More “fotter” we can use to sh-t on him.

Also this:

“My sincere apologies to anyone who I offended. It was a mistake that I don't think will not happen again.”

What does that actually mean? I’ve read it over 10 times. I have no idea.

How sincere is an apology that isn’t literate?

How much can someone who spells like this, who’s willing to put this out there, and attach his name to it, how much pride is he taking in the message he’s trying to convey? Are these words, presented in this way, indicative of a person who values quality and integrity???


You can read the entire mess by clicking here or see below. Warning: your eyes WILL bleed.

And then, as you scroll down and take note of the comments from his fans, your soul WILL DIE. That we live in a time when an Ashton Kutcher continues to have supporters...

And spends most of his day mewdilating the English langwidge in a trailer four times the size of ur apartmint and is paid three quarters of a million dollers every week to make you not laff, well, I guess we created him, I guess this is what we f-cking dizerve.

Up until today I have posted virtually everyone of my tweets on my own, but clearly the platform has become to big to be managed by a single individual.  When I started using twitter it was a communication platform that people could say what they are thinking in real time and  and if their facts where wrong the community would quickly and helpfully reframe an opinion.  It was a conversation, a community driven education tool, and opionion center that encouraged healthy debate.  It seems that today that twitter has grown into a mass publishing platform, where ones tweets quickly become news that is broadcated around the world and misinformation becomes volitile fotter for critics.
Last night after returning home from work I walked by the television and simply saw a headline that Joe Paterno had been fired.  Having no more information than that, I assumed that he had been fired due to poor performance as an aging coach.  As a football fan and someone who had watched Joe's career move from that of legend/innovator to a head coach that fullfilled his duty in the booth, I assumed that the university had let him go due to football related issues.  With that assumption (how dare I assume) I posted a tweet defending his career.  I then when about my evening, had some dinner, did a little work, and about an hour later turned on ESPN where I got the full story.  I quickly when back on my twitter account and found a hailstorm of responses calling me an "idiot" and several other explitives that I've become accustom to hearing for almost anything I post.  I quickly retracted and deleted my previous post, however that didn't seem enough to satisfy peoples outrage at my misinformed post.  I truely am sorry if I offended anyone and more over am going to take action to ensure that it doesn't happen again.
A collection of over 8 million followers is not to be taken for granted.  I feel responsible for delivering an informed opinion and not spreading gossip or rumors through my twitter feed.  While I feel that running this feed myself gives me a closer relationship to my friends and fans I've come to realize that it has grown into more that a fun tool to communicate with people.  While I will continue to express myself through @Aplusk I'm going to turn the management of the feed over to my team at Katalyst Media to ensure the quality of it's content.  My sincere apologies to anyone who I offended. It was a mistake that I don't think will not happen again.