Tweet of the Day, THE BEAR RAMPAGES CANNOT BE CONTAINED edition.

I almost don’t want to read the article, now. I am morally certain it won’t be as good as the article inside my head.

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Tweet of the Day, Jim Has A Point edition.

To which I’ll add: while I understand the strategy that the people running this bookstore are employing (an appeal for cultural sub-demographic solidarity), it is by no means any sort of universal appeal. I suspect that some customers they don’t actually want… which is, of course, their privilege. But it then becomes the privilege of others to think of the plight of this particular bookstore as not being a universal problem, either. That’s the natural by-product of making appeals that are not universal.

Tweet of the Day, This Amuses Me More Than It Should edition.

I mean, if my wife said that to me in the tone that I’m imagining Mila used there, then let me tell you something: I would go right up to her and say, Yes, dear. Also, I like being in a situation where I’m gonna go to space! is a more frivolous decision than it used to be. I feel that this is definite technological progress.

Via @BrianFaughnan.

Tweet of the Day, New Jersey’s Accurate, At Least edition.

We’ve always known that it’s us against the observed universe. But that’s all right. Greatness is never properly appreciated.

Moe Lane

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Tweet of the Day, Print The Legend edition.

I don’t know if this is true, and I will not be checking to see if it is. I don’t care if it’s not true, either. If it isn’t, it should be. This is part of our founding mythology; and that’s a truth all on its own.

Moe Lane