Texas lawyer Chris Hamilton, who tried but was unable to visit Sara, said:
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The NYSE is having computer issues right now, causing a mild panic among people with money. United Airlines and Wall Street Journal are acting like a glitch too!
And while it was first thought that a cyberhack brought the system down, now reports are calming people by telling them it's just computer madness.
Well, since Twitter is full of people who obviously know how to use computers, they had some quick fixes for the IT team on Wall Street.
Oh, and some pretty HIGHlarious investment ideas too!
— Arteen Afshar (@ArteenAfshar) July 8, 2015
— Matt Blank (@msbutah) July 8, 2015
— Zardoz Moot (@Zardoz_Moot) July 8, 2015
BREAKING: NYSE switching to open out crying system. pic.twitter.com/ggKfJjBsI0
— Rudolf E. Havenstein (@RudyHavenstein) July 8, 2015
Things like this #NYSE "glitch" make me glad all my money is in Totino's pizza rolls.
— Bluto (@BlutoGrandex) July 8, 2015
Glitch? #NYSE Better have my money 💰💰💰
— Chatejah (@iamtherealtaj) July 8, 2015
#NYSE - Can I suggest Ctrl-Alt-Del?
— Ulysses (@Just_a_Texan) July 8, 2015
— Steve Byrne (@stevebyrnelive) July 8, 2015
Someone at NYSE hit the wrong one pic.twitter.com/en8WoaNFLo
— Daniel Victor (@bydanielvictor) July 8, 2015
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