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Thursday, December 10, 2009

Aggregate Twitterage

  • 11:41 @MrBillyBones feeling slightly sad at missing blizzards, but nothing a walk on the beach with the dog cannot cure. #
  • 11:47 @PapaFrer mostly, the need to eat and have a roof over my head conquered self doubt and fear and made me write. Hunger is a great motivator. #
  • 12:31 @indeciSEAN according to AFP she doesn't loathe Lady Gaga, but considers her an intellectual problem. Unless I got that wrong. #
  • 12:38 Dog & I go south & they declare a snow emergency & have a blizzard without us. They should have waited till we got back. #epicmidwestfail #
  • 12:56 @maureenjohnson as long as we can still sing the delights of fair Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch. #
  • 12:57 @sugar_hiccup you're just saying that to make me feel better, aren't you? #
  • 13:21 Getting complaints my tweets aren't showing up on people's feed. If they could read this they would know they aren't alone. Alas. #
  • 13:26 RT @doctorow: Writers need to sign letter in support of copyright treaty for blind/disabled access PLEASE RT! #
  • 13:28 @featheroflead nah. Maybe a minute. #
  • 15:02 @Paul_Cornell that's just wrong. On every possible level. #
  • 15:10 @lauriepink you don't KNOW that for sure, Laurie. #
  • 16:35 @dierdra they seem just fine with dogs on the beach here on the Atlantic Coast. He made a friend yesterday. #
  • 17:27 @patifimbrethil it is called garra rufa #
  • 17:35 Darwin award candidate or tragedy? Either way, he will not pass the "dip your chewing gum into explosives" gene on. #
  • 18:12 Sending best wishes to Julian Crouch, Bebe Nuewirth, & all involved in the Addams Family musical, opening today in Chicago. (Click. Click.) #
  • 19:18 @g33kgrrl @illiterati tonight's the "opening night". The previous shows were previews... #
  • 19:57 @TashaRobinson like those Rabbit books by Updike? Or the Hornblower books? #
  • 23:13 @openspacer I'm proud of you both (er, all). Wish I could have been there. #
  • 00:09 @TashaRobinson Westerns also tend to have repeating characters. So do kids' books. Romance doesn't, for obvious reasons. #
  • 00:26 @midnightpages I don't think so. Pretend I'm dead. #
  • 00:27 @josedoc not one that I've found. #
  • 00:30 @TashaRobinson Partly it's the contraints and strengths of form. In comics, Sandman wouldn't have been better for being a one-shot GN... #
  • 00:31 @TashaRobinson ..nor would Mr Punch or Signal to Noise have been better as ongoing monthly comics. Or TV series vs movies. Which is to say.. #
  • 00:36 @TashaRobinson arg. Turning into an essay. Assume I said somethng cogent about FLASHMAN, mainstream literature & the power of serial fiction #
  • 01:12 @TashaRobinson I think serial fiction is always a game of diminishing returns. (eg 1st Xanth book was readable.) But still is its own thing. #
  • 01:15 Good night world. I leav e you with my favourite recent Onion Video: Bring Your Daughter to War Day #
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