Probably a tasteless joke - if such things are your bag, there's probably some up already on Sickipedia, which is thankfully outside the jurisdiction of the cretins at ScotPolice HQ. Back in my day, we had to wait a day or so for tasteless jokes ("What has four legs and goes 'Woof'"? "Piper Alpha") to filter out - we had no social media and Smartphones to spread them at the press of a button.
And did the world collapse as a result of them? No. People either laughed, or didn't.
But then, back then we didn't have the Communications Act 2003 sect 127 to contend with. You remember, the act that was supposed to provide the police with the means to tackle distribution of child porn, disrupt terrorist communications, deal with death threats and or messages, not prevent the spread of jokes someone finds distateful.
Because that's how you honour your fallen comrades, I guess. Not by manning up and getting on with the job. By whinging about tasteless jokes like some chav from the nearest housing estate...
As Billy Bowden points out, "freedom of speech extends further than the freedom of speech of those you agree with, it goes to those that you disagree with."
And Tom Paine wisely recalls the words of Margaret Thatcher: "One of the great problems of our age is that we are governed by people who care more about feelings than they do about thoughts and ideas."
I mourn for the death of the 8 in the Clutha tragedy. But I also mourn for the country I used to know...