This is frequently my fantasy as well. Be aware, Tumblr, that if you ever pick me up anywhere, bringing me an iced tea (preferably sweet) is a really good way to start the day off strong.
Me too - earlier today I was drinking some iced tea and thought about how much I love it.
Attorney Mark O’Mara says the campaign was launched in an effort to discredit fake websites and profiles. Zimmerman, whose first website netted him over $200,000 in donations, now has a virtual presence on Twitter and Facebook, as well as a much more polished site. All three are being maintained by O’Mara who, in his first post online, said he understands “it is unusual for a legal defense to maintain a social media presence on behalf of a defendant, but we also acknowledge that this is a very unusual case.” source
Is it wrong to wish hackers or Anonymous would go after his site?
The National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty is taking to Twitter to urge Oklahoma’s Governor Mary Fallin to follow the recommendation of the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board to grant clemency to Garry T. Allen:
It is very rare for the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board to recommend clemency for a person facing execution, but they did exactly that by a vote of 4 to 1 in the case of Garry T. Allen, who is scheduled to be executed by the State of Oklahoma on Thursday, April 12, 2012 for his murder of Gail Titsworth. The many reasons for granting clemency that attracted four votes of the pardon and parole board, including that of a former prosecutor who consistently votes to deny clemency in almost all cases, have only grown over time.
Governor Fallin has stated that she won’t grant clemency to Mr. Allen. NCADP is urging people to sign this petition that urges her to reconsider and then to tweet this to their Twitter followers:
#Oklahoma P&P Board rarely recommends mercy, but it did for 4/12 execution of Garry Allen. http://bit.ly/GZ4H2w 2 take action! #deathpenalty
More information about the case, along with the petition to Governor Fallin, can be found here.
Clemency has been recommended for Allen already; the governor doesn’t want to follow through however. Think this is a mistake on the governor’s part? Get involved.
of course I decided to embroider my favorite Kanye West tweet, why wouldn’t I?
Even if you’re not a fan of Kanye’s music (but why wouldn’t you be?), you have to admit that his Twitter is pure gold.
This embroidery is pure gold.
Why doesn’t anyone frame my tweets?
The real Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the fake Rahm Emanuel met Tuesday night — but this time there was no vortex.
The mayor showed up at the Hideout for an event to promote “The F***ing Epic Twitter Quest of @MayorEmanuel” — a book of vulgar tweets by Dan Sinker who was posing as Emanuel during his campaign for mayor.
Emanuel signed books, talked to patrons, joked with the owners and left about an hour into the 6 p.m. event at 1354 W. Wabansia Ave., according to people in attendance.
“I helped you win the #(&!@(&! election. You better thank me, @(&(!&!”
I think it’s awesome that Real Rahm stopped by the event to support Fake Rahm. I like knowing that my mayor has a sense of humour.
Questionable movie role of the day: Couch-jumping Scientologist dude Tom Cruise as an aging rocker in upcoming movie musical “Rock Of Ages.” We cropped in tight so you could see how stupid he looks with all those tattoos. The only thing this photo needs is a unicorn. (via Tom’s Twitter page)
Shouldn’t this movie be called “Muscle: The Glenn Danzig Story?”
I’m on a twitter rage roll.
You are on fire!
- “WHO FLIPPED OVER THE FOODBOWL”— ancient guinea pig owner proverb (via ginnypants)
*subway screeches to a halt*
"Maybe a hipster fell on the tracks."
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Today at work
-the HR woman told me I ‘never match at all but end up looking cute.’ Thanks? I don’t know if that was a compliment.
-the manager of...
California stuck her paw in my hummus.
The ringing in my (still-plugged) ear has been really bothersome today so I was just googling ways to manage it and suddenly, the ringing...
just precisely how bad was 1500s jerusalem at making maps, you ask? well,