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Oklahoma City's Twitter community reacts to Chesapeake CEO Aubrey McClendon's announcement

People used Twitter on Tuesday to post opinions concerning Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon's announcement about leaving the company.
Oklahoman Published: January 30, 2013

Judy Burns @JudyBurns

@stevelackmeyer Chesapeake may survive with the change. It's a good thing.

Brandon Rush @BrandonRush

@stevelackmeyer shocked it took this long

Andy Mahbubani @andymahbubani

@stevelackmeyer Speechless. Personally, this can't be good for OKC.

Peter Fulmer @askpeterfulmer

@stevelackmeyer He was getting pinched from all sides. Maybe a Jobs type deal. Hide for a while, let Icahn go away & return.

Carmen Mathews @1rayasunshine

@stevelackmeyer not really surprised, but I think they will be fine in the long run.

Taylor Currie @tcurrie72

@stevelackmeyer Oklahoma City is a much better place because of Aubrey McClendon. There are many companies and nonprofits worried.

Jennifer McClintock @jeninthe405

@stevelackmeyer A bit surprised by the timing but not overly “shocked” given what the past 2 years have wrought.

Chad Bianco @cbianco79

@stevelackmeyer He may be done with CHK, but he's not done. I'm excited to see his next move.