Usually the people you never get to hear from after a tragedy like this are the victims.
But shortly after the crash of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17, one passenger's haunting final social media message became public.
Dutch passenger Cor Pan posted a photo (above) of the plane to his Facebook page just before boarding.
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Jason Biggs is in hot water again for his Twitter jokes.
Once again, he's live-tweeting only this time instead of an episode of The Bachelor, he's making light of the tragic crash of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17.
Just after news broke that another Malaysian Airlines flight had gone down in just a few months, Jason tweeted:
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Live news shows and pranks go hand in hand. But come on, guys! Not during a tragedy!
This MSNBC anchor was covering the crash of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 when a call came through from what sounded like a legitimate witness- at least until he invoked Howard Stern's name.
But the most shocking thing is that the anchor doesn't seem to be paying enough attention to know she's being pranked!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the shocking live TV moment.
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Gurlfriend knows how to brawl!
Apparently Daniel Tosh had no clue that Courtney Love should NOT be messed with when he poked fun at her theories on the location of the mysterious disappearance of Flight Malaysian MH370.
After Courtney posted a Twitpic pic pointing to the lost plane's alleged location, the comedian tweeted:
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What a heartbreaking thing to deal with!
A Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 went missing during a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, and they think they may know what happened to it.
According to the Associated Press, planes from the Vietnamese air force found two large oil slicks in the water, which are consistent with a plane crash. This is leading them to assume that the plane crashed sometime early Saturday, around the time they lost communication with the aircraft. It never even
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