John Heaton (jheaton) wrote,
John Heaton

This day in Twitter

Today's tweets:

  • 08:04 @Superflyse As a Doctor Who fan since 19080, I concur. #
  • 08:06 @Superflyse That's exactly what I would expect someone who was intentionally setting fires in order to firemen to say! #
  • 08:14 @PsyDOlivia $600 still sounds like a lot to me. #
  • 10:46 @PsyDOlivia Huh. Granted, I did my undergrad work 20ish years ago, but I don't remember my books being anywhere near that expensive. #
  • 10:49 @escape1974 I just listened to that song for the first time. It is rather on the dreadful side, so you have my sympathy. #
  • 11:22 Oldest UK television discovered - Made by Magpie Electrics, no doubt. #
  • 12:19 Via @tomscocca: Designer Who Sells $220 Axes in Manhattan Fears Being Seen as Hipster Selling Chic Tools #
  • 12:49 My man Polk drops in 2010 Siena College Survey of US Presidents. Boo! Press release full rankings #
  • 12:57 I agree with everything Ken Levine says here about performing the National Anthem before ballgames #
  • 13:03 And not to brag, but I could sing the national anthem A LOT bettter than some of the people who've sung it at the Duck Pond this summer. #
  • 18:41 Headin' to the liberry to git me some book learnin'. #fb #
  • 19:50 Happy Canada Day! Celebrate by watching this performance by Canada's leading musical export, the New Pornographers. #
  • 21:08 Riding my bike through the huge swarms of gnats along the lakeshore allows me to understand what it's like to be a windshield. #fb #
  • 22:19 @ebertchicago said this was boring, but I found it cute and charming. #

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