Posts Tagged ‘Nathan Rabin’
Tweets. Tweets. Twitter! It’s all about The Twitter. Except when it’s all about The Facebook. Or The Google. Those are The Big Three, I think. Oh! The YouTube. So much for (un)holy trinities.
Emergency “Twitter was down so I wrote my tweet on paper and photographed it and posted on flickr” : Satire on internet culture (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Anyway, here are some tweets we stumbled across that we decided to share with you.
How this works, parents using Bing to get a free tablet for their child’s classroom, I have no idea. But Microsoft has done stranger things so we figured it was worth sharing.
— Jana Anthoine (@jana0926) May 2, 2014
Nathan Rabin is a funny guy. Also a very good writer. Pick up his books, any of them. They’re good.
Most of the traffic for my THE FOUR SEASONS Forgotbuster comes from Google searches for "middle-aged, sexually exciting stir-fry."
— Nathan Rabin (@nathanrabin) May 2, 2014
Apparently I follow Jimmy Fallon on Twitter. (I badly need to look at my Twitter account. By the way, are you following me @brettsinger? You should. I’m very interesting.) Anyway, here Mr. Fallon tweets a rather kindly worded review of Seth Rogen’s latest film, Neighbors. The tone matches Fallon’s general image, which is that he seems like a nice guy.
Congrats @Sethrogen. I just watched Neighbors – hilarious and also sweet – best movie I've seen in a while. Well done all around.
— jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) May 2, 2014
And here’s a photo of Jimmy Fallon, because why not.