Really don’t understand why 2020 is trying to be 1918 and 1968 at the same time.— Sam Sanders (@samsanders) May 31, 2020
via Twitter https://twitter.com/samsanders
May 31, 2020 at 11:43AM
#IAmAntifa— Harry Turtledove (@HNTurtledove) May 31, 2020
In the same sense that everybody in the movie who yelled "I am Spartacus!" was Spartacus.
Every decent human being opposes fascism.
real talk: adam smith is 800 pages of rambling that he was trying to get out before he died and is generally not assigned reading (and no, seeking it out is not something that most students do and you probably didn't either so cut it out) https://t.co/Na00OHfgjl— Jodi Beggs (@jodiecongirl) May 28, 2020
Picard multiversal tip: Be careful; not even a Jedi or a Time Lord can withstand Vogon poetry. So say we all.— Picard Tips (@PicardTips) May 27, 2020
FACEBOOK: “YEP, WE’RE EVIL.”— FAKEGRIMLOCK (@FAKEGRIMLOCK) May 27, 2020
INSTAGRAM: “WE’RE FACEBOOK.”
TWITTER: “EVIL, BUT WE FACT-CHECKED TRUMP ONCE.”
ZOOM: “WE JUST SPY ON YOU, NOT ACTIVELY DESTROY CIVILIZATION.”
TIKTOK: “EVIL, BUT FOR CHINA.”
SNAPCHAT: “NOT EVEN GOOD AT EVIL.”
Too many Kentuckians are out of work, and out of hope.#UBI wouldn't pay those Kentuckians do nothing.— Mike Broihier 🤠🧢 (@MikeForKY) May 25, 2020
It would pay them to do anything.
when I was a child everyone told me I had an old soul but it was just depression— Nadia Shammas (@Nadia_Shammas_) May 24, 2020
My therapist hit me with a gem, yesterday. The pandemic hasn’t changed the things you can control, those things are the same. We were just under the illusion that we controlled more.— LaJethro Jenkins (@LaJethroJenkins) May 17, 2020
You have this great idea for a book, and then you have this vision for how successful it’ll be and how this success will improve your life and in between these two points there IS ALL THIS FUCKING TYPING— Myke Cole (@MykeCole) May 16, 2020
A funny observation is that everyone think that pricing a product as high as you can get away with is fair (ie. value you create, not cost) but same people consider that fair salary should be tied to cost of living (ie. cost, not value you create). I love doublethink 😘.— Laurent Parenteau (@laurent_parente) May 15, 2020
Just as all those people who decried bakers having to make cakes for gay people are now decrying business’s right to refuse them service now. It was never about capitalism, gay or religious rights.— A. Lee Martinez (@ALeeMartinez) May 9, 2020
It was always about demonstrating group loyalty
Anyone will “sell out” for the right price. Don’t kid yourself. If you’re upset no one has asked you to sell out that is a separate issue. But also people conveniently redefine selling out as anything they don’t like, don’t want to do, can’t do, and/or wish they could do.— roxane gay (@rgay) May 9, 2020
The idea making art that is also commercial is selling out and somehow that is the only art that is not is pure in a spiritual sense is...well, nonsense. A lot of people attempt what is commonly referred to as “selling out” only to fail. If you get the money, call it being paid.— Gwenda Bond 😈 (@Gwenda) May 9, 2020
And look, when Upton Sinclair published The Jungle he thought we’d all be freaked that people were treated so horribly in food factories.— Tobias S. Buckell (@tobiasbuckell) May 7, 2020
No, they just were horrified they might be eating body parts. Their own health at stake.
This whole thing is that writ large again
In particular, the things a reviewer insults or clearly holds in contempt tells you quite a lot about the reviewer, and very little about the book other than "the book includes this feature."— Ann Leckie ☕ (@ann_leckie) May 5, 2020