Josh Taylor @joshgnosis

Senior reporter for @BuzzFeedOzNews. Focusing on politics, 🌈, media, tech, & FOI. Pop culture geek. Tips: josh.taylor@buzzfeed.com@ & open DMs.

Josh Taylor @joshgnosis
The US embassy in Australia accidentally sent out a cat photo instead of a meeting invite. au.news.yahoo.com/us-embassy-apo… pic.twitter.com/NfqebepiIE
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Josh Taylor @joshgnosis
Correction: it was the US state department that sent the email. The embassy apologised on its behalf. buzzfeed.com/joshtaylor/thi…
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Joeys upset that the cat pajama-jam won’t be happening HAHAHAHA 😂 @joshgnosis pic.twitter.com/BymLugbrYZ
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The Official account of the U.S. Embassy in NZ & Consulate General in Auckland. Follow US Ambassador Scott Brown @USAmbNZ (official) & @SenScottBrown (personal)

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A little disappointed that it was canceled, but also @USAembassyinOZ ... we never received an invite?! We may have to host! 😺🎉 pic.twitter.com/qshI4QvZoK
URL Mashable 2882 U.S. Embassy apologises after cat picture mistakenly sent out There was no need to apologise, though.
URL Splinter 8 Is This Cat a Tool of the U.S. State Department? It is the perfect viral story: a relatable and embarrassing email screwup and a picture of a cat in a cute outfit, the kind of story perfectly suited for “and now, the lighter side of the news” segments on local TV. The U.S. Embassy in Canberra, Australia


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