The magazine SkyMall, available to consumers on airplanes, announced today it would file for bankruptcy. The magazine blamed in-flight internet for taking away eyes on its pages.
Tweeters had a lot to say about it.
NO. NO. WHO DO I SEND A CHECK TO. RT @KatyStech: BREAKING: The SkyMall catalog has filed for bankruptcy. Details to come.
— Januandrea Grimes (@andreagrimes) January 23, 2015
My dearest Skymall. No one bought from you but everyone knew you. You were the japanese trinket store of the sky.
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) January 23, 2015
"...suddenly it’s all 'Oooh, SkyMall, I gotta buy a motorized tie rack'" ~Mitchell on the #ModernFamily pilot.
— Modern Family (@ModernFam) January 23, 2015
If SkyMall’s bankrupt, where am I ever going to find one of these? Damn! I knew I should have pulled the trigger! pic.twitter.com/XLRPWd98do
— Jim Rome (@jimrome) January 23, 2015
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) January 23, 2015
— Lex Berko. (@heyiamlex) January 23, 2015
but where will we get our NapAnywhere Pillows and Torso Toner Body Shapers now that SkyMall filed for bankruptcy? pic.twitter.com/ZuP5MX82pM
— Adrienne Vogt (@AdrienneVogt) January 23, 2015
Just heard SkyMall filed for bankruptcy. Now how will I buy decorative pet kennels from 30,000 feet?
— Kate Perkins (@katelperkins) January 23, 2015
— Chris Stone-Sewalish (@stonesewalish) January 23, 2015
Thank god for Skymall pic.twitter.com/7nvap5dex0
— Seth Duin (@SethDuin) January 20, 2015