I tweet, therefore I … well, anyway, I tweet. This is a relatively recent thing for me and I suspect it will last at least until Humpty Trumpty is thrown from the wall.
Plus, there will be gloating.
I share a birthday with Ned Devine.
Funny how you pick up on little details when you watch a movie for the second time, years later.
Okay, so the clock is ticking on Parler.
Somebody tell me why it represents such a unique danger to our society. I won't miss it, for sure. But there's venom and bile all over the Internet. Frankly, I think the Facebook companies combined are the bigger threat overall.
http://xkcd.com 'splains the 1st Amendment with stick figures so that even @HawleyMO or @TuckerCarlson can understand.
Who else has a Parler account, and do you post there?
I have one for lurking.
The banning of Trump from Twitter has done more to improve political discourse in this country than any single event ever. The only thing even close was the cancellation of Bill O'Reilly's show.
A shout out to these beautiful people:
In other news, I bought this cool kitchen gadget, a special timer that has a way easier user interface than my digital oven one, or even my phone:
Do you think Susan Collins has learned anything from the past few days?
Imagine for a moment that a member of Congress was among the casualties. Does anyone think the House would not impeach and the Senate would not convict?
Now tell me how that would be worse than what actually happened.