Following multiple deaths in an Amazon warehouse in Illinois due to tornado damage, company founder Jeff Bezos has taken to twitter to express his personal sorrow over the tragic loss.
“I am heartbroken at the thought of all the packages that didn’t get shipped.”
Though he said he would do his utmost to try to make up for the devastating incident, he poignantly reminded everyone that some efficiency setbacks can never be undone.
“Sadly, no matter how hard I work my employees going forward, we’ll never completely get those productivity quotas back again.”
He urged everyone to order even more stuff from Amazon as a memorial gesture.
“It’s what those missed shipments would have wanted.”
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