Drifting in and out of consciousness (oxfordhacker) wrote,
Drifting in and out of consciousness

My tweets

  • Thu, 23:19: RT @HxOvAx: the ancient greeks divided content into four elements - hot take, controversial opinion, hill i will die on, and subtweet - as…
  • Thu, 23:26: Sometimes music is so good that it makes me feel physically ill, like my throat is closing. Not quite enough to be… https://t.co/LkJH3S4kQW
  • Fri, 00:11: Devastating news for a hell of a lot of British people https://t.co/AWJ186o0eM
  • Fri, 00:12: RT @Advil: my favorite thing in the world is responding to my hateful messages and seeing how fast i can change their mood. https://t.co/4I
  • Fri, 00:15: RT @brucesnyder: A new game from Fisher-Price https://t.co/z7pEt44DpO
  • Fri, 00:16: RT @NateSilver538: Some people are good at making it not worth your while to argue with them—which can be a useful skill. But I wonder how…
  • Fri, 00:18: RT @alynwallace: Possibly the most insane single exposure I've ever taken. Just as I asked my friend Jens to point at Comet 46P/Wirtanen, a…
  • Fri, 09:50: RT @annabunches: 12 factor auth: Something you know. Something you have. Something you are. Something you were. Something you've lost. Some…
  • Fri, 09:51: RT @tomwhoscontrary: Because I could not shop for Jeff He kindly shopped for me The basket held but just ourselves And a Fire TV https://t.…
  • Fri, 09:52: RT @annabunches: When people from different regions argue vehemently about the pronunciation of a word, they are engaging in linguistic dri…
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