Jan
19
2020
14

Tweets of the Day, They Both Raise Excellent Points edition.

Here’s the scenario.

And here is the point-counterpoint to it.

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Jan
15
2020
3

Tweet of the Day, Never Do This edition.

It’s probably illegal, so don’t do it.

Jan
11
2020
7

Or maybe THIS Is The Tweet of the Day, Oy, There Was Just One More Thing, Guvnor edition.

Beautiful. This could be a scene in a TV episode. The timing is perfect. Via @bmsimp.

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Jan
11
2020
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Tweet of the Day, Why *Yes*, Mr. McKellen: Perhaps I Would edition.

By all means, tell me a story. (Via @EsotericCD).

‘Course, I may have to wait a bit to read it all, given that the guy’s had this blog since 1999 and it’s apparently getting absolutely hammered this morning.

Jan
09
2020
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Tweet of the Day, No Jury Would Convict edition.

Well, no jury whose members were on social media, at least.

Jan
08
2020
5

Tweets of the Day, Thus Do We Refute AI edition.

Start at the center and work your way out for Point, Counter-Point, and Puts It To Bed.

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Jan
06
2020
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Tweet of the Day, Now THIS Is What The Internet Is For: Scanned Pulp Magazines edition.

(Via @hisregard) Looks on the up and up, too. Link to the Pulp Magazine Archive here.

Jan
05
2020
3

Tweet of the Day, Submitted Without Comment edition.

It would take a heart of stone for me not to put this up. I’m justifying it in my head by the fact that no political figures were mentioned by name. But if you haven’t seen it yet, you will not find it devoid of interest.

Jan
04
2020
3

Tweet of the Day, It’d Actually Be Workable If It Had Some Hardpoints edition.

Some people see the S-Pod and say, ‘WALL-E.’

I look at it and say, ‘external weapons pods.’ Tell me you wouldn’t do a motorized full-auto paintball tournament in one of these. Tell me.

Dec
28
2019
4

Tweet of the Day, The Answer Is ‘No,’ Of Course edition.

It always is.

Because if they got any worse they’d start risking their jobs, of course. Really, as always it’s not a writer problem: it’s an editor/publisher problem. Want better articles? Enforce better standards.

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