Morning Reads for Monday, February 25, 2019

Happy Monday, y’all.

Eh. That seems like an awfully dark note to leave you with on this Monday morning. How about something a little less icky?

I mean, why wouldn’t this incredibly cute picture of my niece make your Monday better? You’re welcome.

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Mr. Bear
Mr. Bear

I’ve never understood the fascination with Twitter. A lot of ideas need more than 140 characters to explain, but the limitations of that environment also play into the mindset of the young and arrogant. A brief burst of words covers up the ignorance that becomes revealed when you have to write an essay on something. It’s like when someone looks at you and says: “You just don’t get it.” They are never called to explain what “it” is because, in many cases, “it” is really someone else’s ignorance.

Benevolus
Benevolus

I think it’s just the continuation of a long trend. Starting (in my lifetime) with FedEx, and fax machines, and pagers, then cell phones, cnn, Blockbuster video, email… I want everything RIGHT NOW!”

chamblee54
chamblee54

The character limit was expanded to 240 characters a while back.

xdog
xdog

Solar might really take off if Trump dropped the 30 percent tariff on solar cells and panels.

https://news.energysage.com/2018-us-solar-tariff-impact-prices/

chamblee54
chamblee54
chamblee54
chamblee54

Did Andy Warhol really say “In the future everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes”? Maybe, maybe not. If you can’t be cynical about Andy Warhol…
https://chamblee54.wordpress.com/2019/02/25/fifteen-minutes/

Ellynn
Ellynn

“I watched pop die and punk being born.”