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Putting the "Twit" in TwitterPosted Thursday, November 26, 2009, at 11:22 AM
How Americans See America
Oddly enough, that didn't seem to happen. So I decided to look into it a little deeper. Now I finally get it: I realize that I am the most fascinating person in the world, and everyone else desperately wants to know what I'm up to every moment of every day.
I'll admit that I hit a snag right after I began. I started reading my own tweets and sending new tweets replying to what I just said in the previous tweets. I got stuck in that loop for about a week and a half. Frankly, if there hadn't been a power outage that forced me to stop for a half hour, I might still be there. But I have the hang of it now.
Recently I went on a ski vacation and I didn't want anybody (other than me) to miss a second of it. Here's the transcript of my twittering:
9:45:16 a.m.- on ski lift! guy says view spectacular. will look at pix l8er
9:51:23- really slippery up here.
9:52:39- hard to tweet with gloves. not to mntin poles
9:57:17- at trail now. what does black diamond mean?
9:57:35- ow. tree.
9:58:27- ow ow
9:58:54- 2 many trees this slope sux
9:59:32- hands numb
10:00:14- ow. skiing sux
10:00:12- they got rocks too. gr8! :@
10:02:30- ow bigtime
10:04:33- losing consciousness. brb
2:23:12 p.m.- just woke up emrgncy rm. wtf? doc sez compnd frctre
2:35:19- skiing sux. morphine rox!
2:41:22- my hat is singing boiuf dlifj fjhf good nite
I assume my many followers were riveted.
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