Tweet of the Day, Well, When You Put It THAT Way… edition.

I’m getting my second shot in a couple of days even without participating in the Greater Hershey Stupidity Tax*, but what the hell. I don’t particularly need the million bucks anyway.

Moe Lane

*One of the most entertaining things about writing things set in Greater Hershey is that their leadership sees no reason to be inaccurate in their nomenclature.

Tweet of the Day, They Found The Guy, But Not The TIGER? edition.

I feel that possibly law enforcement’s priorities should have been reversed here.

Via @BrianFaughnan. On the other hand, it’s Texas. The tiger’s probably holed up somewhere, trying to figure out how to get to a zoo safely, because he didn’t ask for this, human. He was behaving himself. Getting dumped in the middle of a state where they give out AR-15s as party favors wasn’t his idea.

Tweet of the Day, I’d Buy It In Hardcover edition.

No question, straight up.

Tweet of the Day, Dear God, It *Is* Them edition.

I even know the movie! (The Dead Pool) …You gotta wonder how all of that happened, and why, and who lost a bet*.

*Contra the Tweeter above, the movie wasn’t so much bad as it was kinda ridiculous. Dirty Harry movies don’t age badly, but they definitely get dated quick. And even then the premise was starting to feel distinctly alternate timeline-y.

Tweet of the Day, …Truth edition.

As Karl noted elsewhere, only Ben Bova assumed it’d be the Japanese who’d be doing it. Then again, it was back in the 1980s, back when we all assumed that the Japanese would end up dominating the world. Then they got exquisitely screwed by the NYC real estate industry, and never quite recovered from that.