Twitter thinks Richard Armitage’s face is “sensitive material”

Seriously. Logged out tonight because the new filters excerpt most of the content I actually want to see. I see this image of a tweet:

screen-shot-2016-09-13-at-12-41-20-amAnd I think, wow — I’m familiar with just about every risqué picture of Richard Armitage, but I wonder if there’s something under there I haven’t seen. So I click on “view content” and I get this image:


So, yeah. I get that Richard Armitage is probably sensitive — but his face is so sensitive I have to be warned before I can see it?

That’s a new one on me. It’s begging for a spoof but I have to go to bed. Nighty-night.

~ by Servetus on September 13, 2016.

5 Responses to “Twitter thinks Richard Armitage’s face is “sensitive material””

  1. Gotta say that Twitter has a point. I am very sensitive to Richard Armitage pictures myself after all… 😉


  2. Not so much sensitive as dangerous. Maybe they should have a WARNING DANGER on it instead.


  3. 😋 but of course! it is!😄


  4. I just thought that: “Of course it is”. LOL


  5. At least they didn’t put a sign on it that said “classified” — then I’d know Berlin Station was having too much influence on us 🙂


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