Jul
03
2020
0

Tweet of the Day, It Really Is And You Need To Stop Using TikTok edition.

It’s a security — well, not ‘mess.’ That would imply that TikTok isn’t actually working exactly as it’s designed to, and I’m not sure I in fact want to imply that. But this is why I don’t use the damned thing:

Jun
30
2020
1

Tweet of the Day, I Particularly Recommend ‘Elbow Room’ edition.

:innocent smile:

Jun
29
2020
3

Tweet of the Day, *I’M* Still Here, Dammit edition.

I mean, what Sonny is saying is true. But although I am reduced, and gone to the West, I am still Moe Lane. I’m still here. We’re all still here, and you folks are all cool to stick around. Thanks.

Jun
29
2020
0

Tweet of the Day, 3 Weeks Left On Dragon Awards Nominations edition.

Just saying.

Jun
25
2020
1

Tweet of the Day, I Don’t Think This Is False Perspective edition.

Or not much. Saltwater crocs are huge. 17 feet long, for males.

…Sorry, there’s nothing else. It’s just a picture of a huge crocodile.

Jun
24
2020
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Tweet of the Day, WHY IT’S THE DRAGON AWARDS NOMINATION THING AGAIN edition.

Fancy that.

…Course, you should read FROZEN DREAMS first, and think that it’s worth the award. Straight up. If not, vote for the better book!

Jun
23
2020
5

Tweet of the Day, Frank Fleming’s Humblebrag edition.

It’s not bad, either.

Although I do have to admit: why will it take George Martin so long? I mean, somebody else’s already done the heavy labor of figuring out how the book ends.

Jun
19
2020
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Tweet of the Day, The ‘Endearing’ Headless Codpiece Robot edition.

‘Endearing’ just isn’t the word I’d use, sorry. Oops: ‘super endearing.’ …Sorry, no, still not seeing it.

Via @iowahawk.

Jun
17
2020
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Tweet of the Day, This Is A @FreeBeacon Man Of The Year edition.

You’ll see why.

Via @Goodtweet_man.

Jun
13
2020
1

Tweet of the Day, Would It REALLY Be So Hard? edition.

Some temporal travelers have no empathy – actually, wait, all temporal travelers have no empathy. Only a full-fledged sociopath would voluntarily engage in an activity that snuffed out billions’ worth of lives every time it was used. But, like our hero in that comic, you would think that they’d be at least more polite about the whole, dreary matter.

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