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Monday, January 11, 2010

Aggregate Twitterage

  • 12:14 @ohkayewhatever please do! #
  • 12:52 @ohkayewhatever right. Uploading 85 photos of a big white dog to a Picasa album for you and @norarebecca. #
  • 14:18 @MellisCalx possibly, but it looked just like a Golden Eagle, and there are some around here #
  • 15:46 @MellisCalx sure. Golden Eagle 42 (google him) is the most famous out there right now as he's being tracked. #
  • 15:47 @Blackbird68 not us ually. But he collects teapots. #
  • 18:31 @OriginalLioness where are you, Ace? #
  • 18:36 @norarebecca sorry -- thought I'd followed you too, so you could DM me if needed. Now fixed. #
  • 18:39 @ohkayewhatever @norarebecca let me know when you run out of photos. I'll keep the album stocked up. There are always more than get blogged. #
  • 18:44 @OriginalLioness at home. If it gets 24 degrees hotter, it will reach freezing. #
  • 19:17 @candesgirl - Marvellous! #
  • 20:35 Roy Hattersley writes "There are Viking tombstones in the Great Wall of China." Anyone know any references for this? #
  • 20:36 @lucytoon thank you. Isn't she wonderful? #
  • 20:53 @Rapoinselle yes please. #
  • 20:58 (And I know there's evidence that the Chinese traded with the Vikings & everyone else. But specifically interested in the #v ikingwall) #
  • 22:17 .@DaniDanaila well, no. I'm NOT sure it's reliable. Roy Hattersley is a politician & journalist, & it's not like the Times fact checks. #
  • 22:22 Thanks to all who mentioned the Tarim mummies. Yes, seen them in Urumqi last year. Very not-Vikings-at-all. #
  • 22:28 @astrochris actually the brick-stone wall being mostly built 200 years AFTER the Vikings might disprove it. (The wall as we know it is Ming) #
  • 22:30 RT (Or doing what we fiction writers call Making Stuff Up) @MarkusHunt: ...Maybe Ro y was exaggerating to make a point? #vikingwall #
  • 22:40 @PrecisionGraceI don't understand how it could have been sarcasm. Explain? #
  • 22:41 @lyndonhood funny! #
  • 22:42 @catenate that's fascinating! Thanks for the link. #
  • 22:50 @MyKillingFrost I went to Urumqui, saw them, spoke to the professors who've researched them. They also died 4000 yrs before the Vikings. #
  • 22:52 @PrecisionGrace but how is "making stuff up to prove a point" sarcasm, Grace? I thought sarcasm was expressing hostility through irony. No? #
  • 22:54 I think I need to find an email address for Roy Hattersley and ask. (Anyone out there got one?) #
  • 23:32 @hurricanelea I hope not. If he has a source I'd love to know: I'm researching China, Viking times, & the places they intersect, after all. #
  • 01:46 The @RealDMitchell Observer column on Freedom of Speech is wonderful. #
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