This Is Twittering: Meta-Commentary Digest, Episode 74

Sometimes I tell jokes on Twitter and then later I explain them here (or usually just make more jokes), and This Is Twittering: Meta-Commentary Digest.

WISDOM:

And when it does, I’ll say, “See? I told you so.”

REACTION:

I don’t remember what was on TV opposite the baseball game. Some awards show, I guess. The point is, this applies to everything on TV always.

STUPID:

This is stupid.

WORDPLAY:

This is a play on a Garth Brooks song. But seriously, who makes phone “calls” anymore?

WISDOM:

10/11/12. This is true. People like to make connections between unconnected things, and other people like to complain about it when that happens. I think both groups are missing the point of being human.

STUPID:

I did think about it, and it is, but I don’t know exactly why.

REACTION:

I like that “exploiting mental illness” doesn’t start with “L”. But seriously, have you guys watched TLC lately? There has to be a theory somewhere on the internet about how, given enough time, every cable channel — whether it began as science, history, music, or movies — will eventually transform into a Kafka-esque farce.

WISDOM:

One thing we can all agree on: the other side is wrong. And probably evil. And definitely stupid. I just hate them so much.

WORDPLAY:

Do you see why this would be funny?

WORDPLAY:

(In case you did’t see why this would be funny.)

WISDOM:

It’s an interesting phenomenon to share or not share someone’s “sensibilities”. What are sensibilities? They’re pretty ephemeral. But I know them when I see them. And I hate them.

That concludes this episode of This Is Twittering: Meta-Commentary Digest. Speaking of episodes, you should episode my my Kickstarter campaign to write a book called Mostly Lies. Thanks!