Drifting in and out of consciousness (oxfordhacker) wrote,
Drifting in and out of consciousness
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  • Thu, 23:26: RT @Al__S: it takes a special bloody mindedness to have a flag with only rotational symmetry AND that to be really subtle AND declare an up…
  • Fri, 08:58: RT @StuartDahlquist: We've been feeding a small family of four crows (mated pair and their two year old kids) for several years. Last week…
  • Fri, 08:59: RT @grahamsleight: Dear marketing departments planning wacky Brexit-related April Fool’s jokes: DON’T. JUST DON’T.
  • Fri, 09:02: RT @pixelatedboat: Fun fact about Britain: there’s a 400 year-old law that requires every public figure to turn into either a huge racist o…
  • Fri, 09:08: RT @sannewman: What would be great is if this story were true but the flight attendant whispered this to a random person on every flight. h…
  • Fri, 09:11: RT @TheTrashbang: Video game: here is the correct way forward Me: hmm, I think I will search for another way Video game: congratulations…
  • Fri, 09:37: RT @AndrewNadeau0: Does anyone else feel like claiming a mysterious undersea shipping container spawns infinite Garfield telephones does no…
  • Fri, 10:22: RT @joynessthebrave: Being a human is so confusing because you are basically an animal with a soul, so sometimes you're like "am I experien…
  • Fri, 10:32: RT @pixelastic: I used the Right-to-Left UTF-8 character (U+200F) in my info on GitHub. Makes it easy to spot automated emails (and it's al…
  • Fri, 10:33: RT @markgrimshaw16: Every now and then, I wonder why I'm still on this website. Then I see a piece of content like this. https://t.co/uNAKM
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    Wed, 13:53: RT @ Pecnut: Jack Reacher books use the phrase “That’s for damn sure” on average 5.64 times per novel. @ LeeChildReacher 💀📚…

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