Tweet from Blodget:
Follow me here. Blodget teases a story by referring to iPhone sales as "crappy." Let's start with what's wrong with that. First, they weren't crappy. If they were, I guess his characterization would have been fine. But, they weren't. The number, including preorders, might have been more than seven million. And, by now, who knows how high it's gone? So Henry, please tell us, what the hell were you talking about when you said sales were "crappy?" What makes things even worse is that Blodget uses the disingenuous "crappy" line to lead into a story that absolutely does not reflect the tone of his tease. When you open the link, you come to a Business Insider-hosted version of this relatively tame Bloomberg story titled, "Apple iPhone 5's Thin Display Drives Supply Shortfall."