@Lj_era8 @jtuck9 https://t.co/n7TJPhLzWY— Richard (@Yiddo_O_Connell) Sep 26, 2021
via Twitter https://twitter.com/Yiddo_O_Connell
September 26, 2021 at 05:50PM
The main take-away here is that Google and Facebook's business model is a national security risk. https://t.co/LHxWBsd8oG— Charlie Stross (@cstross) Sep 23, 2021
Hey Walmart? I have a very important question to ask… https://t.co/4urxJ5FXUk— Joseph Wade (@cordialwombat) Sep 21, 2021
I used to think that governors didn’t have a lot of power but it’s a pretty underrated way of achieving your goal of being a mass murderer https://t.co/YhHBIXoe8z— Dawn (@502eire) Sep 13, 2021
It takes curiosity to learn. It takes courage to unlearn. Learning requires the humility to admit what you don't know today. Unlearning requires the integrity to admit that you were wrong yesterday. Learning is how you evolve. Unlearning is how you keep up as the world evolves.— Adam Grant (@AdamMGrant) Sep 13, 2021
My friend Laura hit the nail on the goddamn head today: “I’m sorry if I check out from all the remembering 9/11. I can’t handle the performative grief and fake unity from people who won’t get a vaccine to stop thousands of Americans from dying.”— Uncle k8, Public Universal Frenemy 🏳️⚧️ 🏳️🌈 (@RadioFreeBear) Sep 12, 2021
No hate from angry fans will ever take away the joy Star Trek has brought me ⚔️✨— 🖤🖖🏼H. Rae⚔️🏳️🌈They | She🏳️⚧️ (@BatlethBabe) Sep 9, 2021
Not like back in Athens, where they'd never have cancelled Socrates https://t.co/o6XtI7JrGp— pickwick (@pickwick) Sep 4, 2021
Everyone is allowed to do this however they like. But, if everyone followed this program, no series would EVER finish because they'd all be cancelled after the first book for lack of sales. Writers writing a series rely on their book sales to survive while they write. https://t.co/PheKlskey2— James S.A. Corey (@JamesSACorey) Sep 4, 2021
Gonna be lit when every Texas Republican officeholder gets sued in some obscure county for procuring an abortion, given that the claimant is insulated from assessments of attorney's fees or costs.— Sean T at RCP (@SeanTrende) Sep 2, 2021
There is no magical referee in the sky enforcing the rules of government and law or imposing the judgment of history. If actual people now living don't do what is necessary to thwart the theocratic authoritarians, they'll just win.— Joe Dunman (@JoeDunman) Sep 1, 2021
Picard management tip: Problems worth solving will present themselves. There's no need to invent busywork.— Picard Tips (@PicardTips) Aug 29, 2021
I’m very happy we’re all talking about mental illness more freely but “sorry i got bored at work or was rude on a date I’m neurodivergent 😤” is a lot— Dawn (@502eire) Aug 28, 2021
"i dont want to be part of the vaccine experiment" bro you are. youre just in the control group.— shh. (@hideymchideface) Aug 23, 2021
So the state can mandate that a 14 year old girl carry the pregnancy forced upon her by a rapist to term and endure delivery at her age, BUT the state CANNOT mandate that same girl wear a mask at school, because that's too great a burden for the state to impose. WHAT?— Bob Quinn (@bquinnjcmo) Aug 21, 2021
Pretty consistently from 2013 to 2015 Deadpool would explode on Twitter with fans wanting me to play him. It was awkward because I agreed with them but the studio didn’t see it. Ultimately the fans won and the rest is glorious history. I’m forever grateful. Hi @levarburton— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) Aug 20, 2021
If you are angry that 20 months into this pandemic we still need to wear masks, good! I’m angry too! We could be happily going about our lives if the response had been better. But I’m wearing my mask now because I don’t want to STILL be in a pandemic in ANOTHER 20 months.— Dr Ellie Murray, ScD (@EpiEllie) Aug 18, 2021
Can’t help but notice how many people who complained about not understanding their kid’s math homework turned into infectious disease experts and military strategists over the last year and a half.— Angry Staffer (@Angry_Staffer) Aug 17, 2021
"Does the Magna Carta apply to me?" A flowchart. Are you a 13th century baron in dispute with an unpopular king? Yes -> It applies No -> It does not apply. So stop being an idiot.— Simon Bisson (@sbisson) Aug 17, 2021
Picard management tip: Humility without confidence is sheepishness. Confidence without humility is arrogance.— Picard Tips (@PicardTips) Aug 15, 2021
you know what? i like you. *un-wars your stars* https://t.co/JEFqE6SBm5— rebecca? 🏳️🌈 (@pencilscratchin) Aug 4, 2021
Hard to imagine we'd see this level of vaccine hesitance if we had a medical system where people could regularly see and talk to a doctor they trusted for FREE instead of a situation where in order to avoid going broke people seek medical advice on the internet— Kate Willett (@katewillett) Aug 7, 2021
“Holding a disgraced Democrat to account” is a “bipartisan consensus”, while “holding a disgraced Republican to account” is a “partisan witch hunt.”— Johnny to the Center of the Earth (@JohnDellaporta) Aug 10, 2021
Being sober is now required for driving a car — here’s how alcoholics feel about that https://t.co/DnkejDn1FD— 𝖆𝖖𝖚𝖒𝖆 (@Aquma) Aug 10, 2021
Which makes me realize how helpful the concept of deserving is in character building. For QUEEN OF NONE: Lanceloch: "I deserve only what I earn alone through suffering." Gawain: "I deserve only what I can win." Bedevere: "I deserve only what Arthur allows."— Natania Barron (@NataniaBarron) Aug 9, 2021
Alfredo Rivera is the greatest storyteller of our time. https://t.co/vKk9liITac— Krister Johnson (@KristerJohnson) Aug 5, 2021
I’ll never understand why some people like to talk so loud in public spaces - bars/restaurants, airplanes, waiting on line - I barely want to hear what my own head is saying half the time, let alone yours. Controller of the Simulation, chill them TF out, please. Thanx.— Jeffrey Wright (@jfreewright) Aug 4, 2021
Picard civics tip: Being angry does not make you right. It also does not make you wrong. Question what you are fighting for.— Picard Tips (@PicardTips) Aug 4, 2021
Saw someone say they’re boycotting any business that requires proof of vaccination to enter and it’s like babe it’s not a boycott if you’re not allowed inside.— Marcella Arguello (@marcellacomedy) Aug 4, 2021
I am all for you being against something make sure you have the solution to what you are against.— Keturah Herron (@KeturahHerron) Aug 3, 2021
#OTD On This Day in SF Signal History - @JayGarmon on Crowdsourcing the SciFi Convention: How the Internet (That’s You!) Can Save Live-Action Fandom - https://t.co/gPX8xyMKfS— 🚀🚀🚀📚 SF Signal (@sfsignal) Aug 2, 2021
Increasingly convinced the core math class everyone takes in 8th or 9th grade needs to be probability & statistics rather than algebra I.— Julian Sanchez (@normative) Jul 30, 2021
Y'all still follow Jonathan Swift? The man who literally supports eating babies? (some time later) Obviously the whole time I knew he was joking but it's still not okay. Here's why [1/20]— atrophy wife 🎀 (@zuza_real) Jul 21, 2021
nasa employee: oh hey u guys are back early astronaut: space has billionaires nasa employee: what? astronaut: *loading a pistol and getting back on the rocket-ship* space has billionaires— literary agent needing jerk (@rajandelman) Jul 21, 2021
the olympics are happening, which means it is time once again to remember mary carillo going off on badminton during the witching hours of the 2004 athens games https://t.co/f0Noj3Gcbf— casey morell (@csymrl) Jul 21, 2021
Marginal tax rates won’t fix this. We need to tax capital gains like ordinary income and we very much need a wealth tax. https://t.co/oZXNs23s9g— Dawn (@502eire) Jul 20, 2021
People with a helmet on still get hurt playing linebacker man but try playing without one https://t.co/ACvs7VHnIr— Jason Isbell (@JasonIsbell) Jul 19, 2021
The Council of the Great City Schools, a group that includes JCPS, released a statement about the ongoing critical race theory situation. This paragraph jumped out at me. https://t.co/6NIYo6LCMB— Olivia Krauth (@oliviakrauth) Jun 30, 2021
What keeps me from giving up is the part of me that believes I’ve never really tried yet.— William “Vaxxin’ A” Shunn (@shunn) Jun 27, 2021
"For every complex problem, there's a solution that is simple, neat, and wrong."— James S.A. Corey (@JamesSACorey) Jun 24, 2021
This is bigger than New York and if the 2020 primary didn’t prove this to people nothing will https://t.co/WFc16EDbNy— Dawn (@502eire) Jun 23, 2021
Please do not elevate celebrity theories about election irregularities in Kentucky. Anyone who lives here and understands the politics here knows what happened. This is Q for Democrats. https://t.co/m1OyHMK7m9— Dawn (@502eire) Jun 14, 2021
Was just invited to an event that doesn’t start until EIGHT. In the EVENING. I’m sorry but not all of us are on COCAINE.— Emily Murnane (@emily_murnane) Jun 6, 2021
I don’t think I’ve ever seen modern conservatism distilled so perfectly into a single tweet before. https://t.co/WcsxF0bT36— Mike Beauvais (@MikeBeauvais) Jun 8, 2021
You can learn a ton by looking at successful people/business, specially how they became successful. But paying attention to what they've done after that is useless. Their prior success has so much influence that you can't know if [the action] would work otherwise.— Laurent Parenteau (@laurent_parente) Jun 8, 2021
Terry Pratchett: “First draft: Let it run. Turn all the knobs up to 11. Second draft: Hell. Cut it down and cut it into shape. Third draft: Comb its nose and blow its hair.” #writing— Scott Myers (@GoIntoTheStory) Jun 5, 2021
There are FCC fines for accidentally saying “fuck” on-air but not for inappropriate use of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ and I just think that’s messed up— Dylan Meconis (@dmeconis) Jun 5, 2021
Dear non-lawyers: the American Bar Association has no regulatory or discipline powers over lawyers. “Why doesn’t the ABA disbar this lawyer” is like saying “why doesn’t AARP make my grandma give up her car keys.”— LolWhatInsurrectionHat (@Popehat) Jun 4, 2021
New immigrants and Indigenous peoples meeting for the first time and discovering they share many of the same traditional dance moves is one of our favourites moments of this doc. (📺 : Behind the Bhangra Boys | @cbcdocs) https://t.co/89GkQzdILL— CBC Gem (@cbcgem) Jun 3, 2021
2/2 So NFTs will end up like every other market - a power curve that enriched a few early people and some early creators. People will see those use cases as proof it works, but it will fail for the vast majority and be a waste of time and money.— Rob May (@robmay) June 1, 2021
HIPAA is one of the most misunderstood laws. It protects patients from hospitals or insurers sharing your medical info without your permission. But you can choose to share your own info, and employers & businesses are allowed to ask for vaccination status. https://t.co/G6zijHPmNU— Leana Wen, M.D. (@DrLeanaWen) May 25, 2021
To paraphrase Warren Buffett, “when a team with a reputation for brilliance meets a market with a reputation for bad economics, it’s the market who’s reputation stays in tact”— Kevin Stevens 🔋⚡️ (@kevindstevens) May 20, 2021
This is Stuart Freeborn. He was a makeup and creature designer for movies.— Brian Lynch (@BrianLynch) May 18, 2021
Mr. Freeborn was asked by George Lucas to create the look for Yoda, the wisest being in the galaxy.
Baller move, Mr. Freeborn. pic.twitter.com/273LI9VQju
the stance of “it’s my right to be an asshole but it’s also your responsibility to be less sensitive and deal with me being an asshole” is a fascinating one.— Kyle Kinane (@kylekinane) May 16, 2021
if you’re going through a rough patch and need a pick me up, just remember that 8% of americans think they can take a gorilla in 1 v 1 combat. at least you aren’t down that bad.— charles (moderna man) mcdonald (@FourVerts) May 15, 2021
unless you’re one of the 8%, then this doesn’t apply to you. seek help.
Millennials hold 4.8% of all wealth. There are now 40-year-old Millennials.— Dan Price (@DanPriceSeattle) May 12, 2021
At the same age, Gen X had 9% of wealth. Boomers had 21%
The largest generation in history did what the system told them to do and became the most-educated in history. Now they're the poorest in history
Every day I come on this site and see four million tweets about whatever Tucker Carlson talked about, then I spend the next 23.75 hours interacting with normal people who never mention any of these issues. It's almost like Twitter and cable news are not part of the real world.— 🌴🥅Chris White🏒🌴 (@chriswhite_news) May 11, 2021
Vaccinated people wearing masks outside are mocked by the same people who carry an assault rifle on Starbucks run.— Stephen Robinson (@SER1897) May 7, 2021
According to my distributor, the average original graphic novel in the US, right now, sells 700-750 copies.— Iron Spike (@Iron_Spike) May 6, 2021
I think that's a key piece of conversation missing from a lot of The Discourse.
I have been so focused on high performance mindset that I have completely neglected basic mental health.— Jeanette (@whengoodenough) April 30, 2021
Bulldozing through a problem doesn’t mean the problem goes away.
Yeah you are tough but unresolved trauma is unresolved trauma. It will haunt you until it’s processed.
Subjective questions like “Is America a racist nation” are fairly useless. Some say yes, some say no but what they’re actually debating is how much racism is required for it to be a defining trait. Which is like asking how much you need to smile to qualify as cheerful.— jelani cobb (@jelani9) May 3, 2021
So basically my understanding of NFTs is that they have all the money-laundering advantages of physical art with none of the annoying need to actually store an object somewhere, plus you get to stab the environment as a bonushttps://t.co/e5qW66cgDd— John Scalzi (@scalzi) April 28, 2021
So my Penguin rep made an absolute power move and sent me the entirety of @seananmcguire’s October Daye series because I mentioned how deeply I appreciated Seanan’s support of indie bookstores with her preorder pins. pic.twitter.com/477z27yPVH— Meg Wasmer (@megpyre) April 28, 2021
Yesss the Kentucky Colonels were top notch team & Louisville a Basketball city as much as Indianapolis. If Dan Issel can’t recreate the Colonels maybe Cincinnati Royals . @Jumpshot8 @TermineRadio @SiriusXMNBA— Chuck D (@MrChuckD) April 27, 2021
I've always had issues with Impostor Syndrome and lately whenever it's come up, I just tell myself, "FINE THEN BE A FRAUD. BE THE BEST FRAUD. BE THE MOST SUCCESSFUL FRAUD YOU CAN BE" and anyway it feels very good— Elizabeth May (@_ElizabethMay) April 27, 2021
BE THE MOST SUCCESSFUL FRAUD YOU CAN BE, EVERYBODY
Thread. Worth reading for some insight into what’s wrong with American-style policing. https://t.co/WdBO0gF4j4— Charlie Stross (@cstross) April 25, 2021
When my first novel came out Tor printed up 3700 copies because that's what they expected they would sell in the first year (and if that's all they sold, it would have just about covered the $6500 advance they gave me). So yes, this sounds about right for most years. https://t.co/KrkC2oL4D5— John Scalzi (@scalzi) April 21, 2021
SOMEONE MADE A MOTHERFUCKING MOBIUS STRIP OUT OF LEGO pic.twitter.com/qqgX3sfv6j— Dr. Héloïse Stevance 🖤✨(she) (@Sydonahi) April 19, 2021
My favorite thing about the popular contrarians is how they paint the defense of the existing power as some kind of brave intellectual stance.— Victor Ray (@victorerikray) April 17, 2021
Working with Maestro Bugs was an honor. [He was more than gracious and not in the slightest the diva Mr. Fudd assured he would be.] https://t.co/oNjMHUuEJV— Robert Picardo (@RobertPicardo) April 16, 2021
Your startup does not have a 'sales' problem.— pj (@BeingPractical) April 12, 2021
Your startup does not have a 'revenue' problem.
Your startup does not have a 'growth' problem.
It has a 'product' problem.
Every problem in a startup can be traced back to the product (and people).
quick primer on "artificial intelligence" for those unfamiliar pic.twitter.com/sECd1KfXIn— Pat Smith 💾 (@cityresearch) April 7, 2021
A Choose Your Own Adventure book called “So You Want To Be a Writer” and all the endings are just you alone, crying and scrolling through Twitter— Amber Sparks (@ambernoelle) April 6, 2021
A lot of people seem to have developed this idea that Jim Crow era voting restrictions were a series of laws explicitly saying "Black people can't vote," but they very specifically (and strategically) were *not* that (and indeed were much closer to what Georgia is doing now) https://t.co/T7H2owmeWf— Steven White (@notstevenwhite) April 2, 2021
The Libertarian Party is doing what it can to keep me relevant. https://t.co/NLEH1bPFrx— Mike Godwin (@sfmnemonic) March 30, 2021
That the Ever Given was freed from the narrow places* of Egypt and is now able to move unimpeded through the parted waters on this, the second day of Passover, suggests to me that last season's writers haven't gotten the note that we are no longer overwriting at this time.— Emily L. Hauser אלה אסתר (@emilylhauser) March 29, 2021
Important thread. This is why what happened in Georgia is so important. The lesson many Repubs seem to have taken from 2020 was not, “don’t try to overturn the election results,” but, “let’s make sure the system is set up so we can actually execute the overturning next time.” https://t.co/eNtbu7gW9m— Perry Bacon Jr. (@perrybaconjr) March 28, 2021
Dana Evans nails a midrange jumper, her first basket of the game. Only her second uncontested shot, I believe. Oregon has done a good job on her in its zone.— Cameron Teague (@cj_teague) March 28, 2021
A useful measure of success is how much time you get to spend with people you respect, admire, and enjoy.— Eliot Peper (@eliotpeper) March 24, 2021
Corollary: A useful measure of success for a piece of creative work is how deeply it resonates with people whose creative work you admire, respect, and enjoy.
The only times I feel poor are when a rich person describes what they think poverty is.— Shaenon K. Garrity (@shaenongarrity) March 20, 2021
St. Patrick’s Day, 1986: On Stage 9 at Paramount, filmed the top-secret ending scene of Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, the unveiling of the brand-new Enterprise-A. James Doohan asked if I’d made the backlit graphics green in honor of St. Patrick's Day. I should have said yes! pic.twitter.com/QbJ9178qvh— Michael Okuda (@MikeOkuda) March 17, 2021
when a job listing says the words "fast-paced environment" that means toxic— Sophia Benoit (@1followernodad) March 9, 2021
The Holy Grail film was financed thusly— Eric Idle (@EricIdle) March 9, 2021
Michael White Limited £78,750.00
Led Zeppelin £31,500.00
Island Records £21,000.00
Pink Floyd Music £21,000.00
Charisma Records £5,250.00
Heartaches (Tim Rice) £5,250.00
Chrysalis Records £6,300.00
Ian Anderson £6,300.00
And also: I really wish the “Can’t do it if it doesn’t poll well” crowd would wrestle more earnestly with the fact that basically no major civil rights measure, no anti-discriminatory legislation of the past 100 years would have happened if everyone always adhered to this maxim. https://t.co/7OHdPVWx35— Thomas Zimmer (@tzimmer_history) March 7, 2021
I hate to be this person but there's actually very little reward in having been right the whole damn time. The people who were wrong will get more airtime to talk about the moment when they finally realized the goddamn obvious.— Sarah Jaffe (@sarahljaffe) March 7, 2021
If your political platform is "eliminate all bad things" you will spend 90% of the time defining what is bad and the other 10% crying.— Robert Kahne (@rkahne) March 2, 2021
💯 my go-to heuristic for deciding if one should join a startup is answering: "how many existential crises can you take?"— Astha Rattan (@AsthaRattan) March 2, 2021
maybe everyone around you isn’t incompetent maybe you’re just a bad communicator 🤷🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️— Dawn (@502eire) February 26, 2021
Tip for folks who get the "work for free for us because we're a non-profit" line. To sort through it, look up their IRS "990" which lists executive salaries. I've had NGOs that pay their executives high six & seven(!) figures tell me they don't pay because they're a "non-profit."— zeynep tufekci (@zeynep) February 22, 2021
Stop everything for 26 seconds and watch this.— James Holland (@James7Holland) February 19, 2021
Footage, with sound (!) from the surface of another planet.
Just incredible. pic.twitter.com/sEjKcuOJeZ
got online for two minutes, read something that hurt my feelings, achieved nothing: a perfect system.— Sophia Benoit (@1followernodad) February 19, 2021
I will never miss a chance to bring up that there are photos of the surface of Venus, taken by the Russians in the two hours before the lander freaking melted pic.twitter.com/s50svZfbgc— Barry Petchesky (@barry) February 18, 2021
Being a Republican senator is the same job as NFL commissioner. You can have a 12% approval rating but if you keep 30 rich dudes happy you will make millions and absolutely cannot be fired— actioncookbook (@actioncookbook) February 18, 2021
If I got to create a @StarTrek show:— Dan Slott (@DanSlott) February 18, 2021
One of the bridge crew would be an alien from the episode "DARMOK", and he could only speak in Star Trek episode metaphors.
"Kirk, with the Iotians, teaching Fizbin."
"Geordie when he soured the milk."
"Tuvix his pleas ignored."
I'm going to be really honest with you. No, I haven't heard that podcast, and I'm almost certainly not going to start listening to it even though I appreciate you telling me about it.— Joe Dunman (@JoeDunman) February 12, 2021
Companies that stay remote post covid would benefit greatly if they focused on hiring people who embrace reading and especially writing.— Jason Evanish (@Evanish) February 12, 2021
TFW you're on your third captcha attempt wondering if a motorcycle is a bike and you think "Maybe I am a robot?"— Slater Victoroff (@sl8rv) February 10, 2021
All the talk about ex-Presidents being "private citizens" aside, that's absolutely not how they are treated by Government.— Absurdistwords (@absurdistwords) February 9, 2021
Ex-Presidents are entitled to:
$219,000 a year for life ($20k for spouses)
Lifetime Secret Service detail
A permanent staff...
"Are you sure you want to do that?"— Lizard (@LizardSF) February 9, 2021
"What is your marching order?"
"Who is standing near the door?"
"Does anyone have a Perception over N?"
"Does anyone have a Will save over N?"
"You don't *detect* any traps..."
"Just wondering, any plans for a backup character?"
Instead of top people in tech, a legit good show would be to interview mid level managers and individual contributors at tech companies because they are the ones that really know how to do shit. https://t.co/AD2DVJHIDK— Rob May (@robmay) February 6, 2021
Fun fact: "Throwing money at the problem" is, indeed, a solution when the problem itself stems from underfunding.— Aidan Smith (@aidan_smx) February 4, 2021
I am not the first person to say this but truly one of the best things you can do as a life long learner is this: when you learn something new, instead of saying "why is no one talking about this?" look for the people who HAVE been talking about it & amplify their work.— Alex Shevrin Venet (@AlexSVenet) January 31, 2021
Democracy is a system of government in which the losers of elections accept the results.— Michael McFaul (@McFaul) January 30, 2021
So minimum wage increases, Medicaid expansions and other policies backed by Dem pols and opposed by GOP pols get passed by referendum in states that vote red. https://t.co/rtSu4pOFnL— Perry Bacon Jr. (@perrybaconjr) January 27, 2021
Businessmodellen voor online content zijn nog steeds zwaar verouderd en gebaseerd op rammelende DRM systemen. Zie @doctorow’s boeken zoals “Information doesn’t want to be free” hierover, aanrader.— Jaco₿ ₿oersma (@JacobBoers) January 24, 2021
The Simpsons doesn't predict anything we just haven't fixed any of America's problems since 1989.— Nathan (New Video!) (@Humanstein) January 21, 2021
Sonia Sotomayor, the child of Puerto Rican parents from Santurce and Lajas and the first Latina to serve in the U.S. Supreme Court, just sworn in Kamala Devi Harris, the child of Jamaican and Indian immigrants, as the first woman vice president of the United States.— Andrea González-Ramírez (@andreagonram) January 20, 2021
Why is big tech just now learning the lesson every forum user from the early 2000s knows: if you don’t moderate ANYTHING, it all gets taken over by racists— Gita Jackson: The Mandawhoreian (@xoxogossipgita) January 13, 2021
am I working at my regular capacity? no. but am I prioritizing and taking care of the most important tasks? no. but am I at least taking care of myself and my mental health? also no.— Elizabeth Teng 👩🏻💻📡🌌 (@etengastro) January 12, 2021
Currently drafting a treatise on American political theory. Working title: All That Matters is Getting My Way No Matter What it Takes Without Concern for Ethics, Justice, or Consistency and Actually You're Violating the Constitution By Criticizing Me— Joe Dunman (@JoeDunman) January 11, 2021
I don't know why GOP politicians are upset about the president losing his Twitter account. They've never seen any of his tweets anyway--at least, that's what they told reporters every time they were asked, right before they ran away.— Erin Bartram (yep, this one's a Dr. too) (@erin_bartram) January 9, 2021
Fast food isn’t bad for you because sellers of fast food want it to be bad. It’s because adding fat and salt to low quality ingredients is the best way to make them taste good.— The Rational Walk (@rationalwalk) January 6, 2021
The same is true in the news business. Adding sensationalism gives garbage content a nice ”flavor”.
Anyway I'm sure it's just a coincidence that tech companies suddenly took right wing violence seriously the week they found out that Democrats would be in charge of all their oversight in Congress— Aaron (@BobbyBigWheel) January 8, 2021
The Senators have all decided that they need to lecture on “history” tonight — the Roman Republic, the revolution of 1800, Lincoln, 1877, & more. I’d rather they actually put their money where their mouths are and support history education.— Jessica Lepler (@lepler) January 7, 2021
Tommy Tuberville gets sworn in and the Capitol’s defense immediately falls apart.— Bunkie Perkins (@BunkiePerkins) January 6, 2021
In 2017 he called Nazis "very fine people" as a woman lay dead at their hand.— A.R. Moxon (@JuliusGoat) January 7, 2021
Today he told them that he loved them. Another woman lies dead.
This is what MAGA is. Never forget.
A little bit of humour...— Thomas Mairs (@TomMairs) January 6, 2021
Some people on Twitter think “Via Getty” is the name of a protester as opposed to an acknowledgment that Getty Images own the photos showing the protests... 🙈 pic.twitter.com/s8skXbV95n
Can’t believe the creators of the monster have lost control of the monster, is there any precedent for this in books or film— Dan Amira (@DanAmira) January 6, 2021
Republicans in congress cowering under their desks as violent men roam the hallways finally understand what they've put every school kid in America through.— Mikel Jollett (@Mikel_Jollett) January 6, 2021
It's weird how people literally storming the Capitol and fighting the police claim that anti-fascists are the threat to democracy.— Jess Phoenix 🌋 (@jessphoenix2018) January 6, 2021
I really struggle when seemingly everyone loves a show that I find just okay. It’s hard for me to accept that you all have bad taste and I must forge on, in my correctness, alone— caitie delaney (@caitiedelaney) December 22, 2020
One problem with politics being covered like sports for so long is that you end up with people in positions of public trust acting like it's all just a game.— Ben Rhodes (@brhodes) January 2, 2021