Important safety tips. Thanks, Egon. https://t.co/JEfd63HNiF— Jay Garmon (@jaygarmon) June 30, 2018
via Twitter https://twitter.com/jaygarmon
June 30, 2018 at 07:54PM
Read a thing on Tumblr the other day about how "punishable with a fine" means "legal for rich people" and it's lodged in my head firmly.— Words From Darran (@ShinraAlpha) June 30, 2018
What reduces abortions?— Jennifer Gunter (@DrJenGunter) June 28, 2018
Free, accessible contraception.
Study after study tells us this.
Laws simple penalize women.
If you claim to be pro life and your mission is not free, accessible contraception you are a forced birther.
I dont remember where I read or heard this but "you don't have to attend every argument you're invited to" is some fine advice.— Kerith Burke (@KerithBurke) June 18, 2018
*Elon Musk exists*— The DPRK Fire (@jephjacques) June 17, 2018
ME: he seems like an asshole but what can you do
*Elon Musk says ANYTHING about Iain M. Banks*
ME: oh I’m coming for you motherfucker. Buy locker insurance bc I’m shoving you in one
Ownership and accountability are the root of ethics, of constructive society, of all existence beyond bloody-clawed self-interest. If we want to fix America, we have to squarely face its legacy, and our role in it, first.— Myke Cole (@MykeCole) June 12, 2018
For anyone who believes voting won't accomplish anything: consider how hard the fascists are working to try and prevent you from doing it— Karen Meisner (@kmeisner) June 11, 2018
ME: [incredulously quote-tweets and re-shares brand's attention-grabbingly divisive marketing campaign] Look at these fools! What do they think they're doing!?— actioncookbook (@actioncookbook) June 11, 2018
*clears throat*— bletchley punk (@alicegoldfuss) June 7, 2018
Not even GitHub hires based on GitHub profiles. https://t.co/NMKK7M3tqO
Progression:— Steve Vladeck (@steve_vladeck) June 6, 2018
1. Nothing happened.
2. Nothing bad happened.
3. Nothing illegal happened.
4. The Constitution protects the President even if something illegal happened.
5. The Constitution is wrong.
What's next? https://t.co/RDUCU9GFO1
Two auto-replying bots have now been stuck in a loop with each other for several hours and the resulting thread reads like most of my internal monologue: pic.twitter.com/QK5NThBTAN— Marie Le Conte (@youngvulgarian) June 7, 2018
reminder in 2012 alone the total amount stolen in robberies of all kinds in the US––bank, residential, gas station, street––was only 36% that taken by corporate wage theft ($340M vs $933M). And that ONLY includes wage theft settled in court. Doesnt include that we dont know about https://t.co/uVvZk268K1— Adam H. Johnson (@adamjohnsonNYC) June 6, 2018
Roger Ebert once wrote that "Happy people are pleased by the happiness of others. The miserable are poisoned by envy." I think that's pretty accurate.— John Scalzi (@scalzi) June 6, 2018
For every complex problem, there is (a person on Twitter telling you) a simple, clear and wrong solution— I Am Devloper (@iamdevloper) June 4, 2018
The cool thing about cyberpunk coming true is that we got ALL the cyberpunk futures.— Noah Smith (@Noahpinion) June 1, 2018
China: universal surveillance and social control
America: cool gadgets and staggering inequality
Russia: shadowy plots, covert ops, and assasins
The goal in critiquing a fellow writer's work is to help them figure out how to tell their story better, not to tell them how to write it to be *your* story. It's not. Don't do that. #subtweet— Suzanne Palmer (@zanzjan) June 1, 2018