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If a woman was in charge of Russia instead of the testosterone-fueled current leader, the war in Ukraine would be over by New Years Day and we could all breathe a little easier.
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And it’s a great fucking story.
Good news for readers wary of dropping $25 on a hardcover: LOWDOWN ROAD will now be published as a paperback original! July 11, 2023, but now available for pre-order: amazon.com/gp/aw/d/180336413…
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But…Twitter ain’t cars. And Twitter ain’t rockets.
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Be aware that I never said Musk CREATED Tesla. He didn’t. He just made it a success, against long odds. If you really want to understand how amazing that was, look at the DeLorian.
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I think Elon Musk is a visionary. Almost singlehandedly, he’s changed the way Americans think about automobiles. I have a Tesla and love it. That said, he’s been a terrible fit for Twitter. He appears to be making it up as he goes along.
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I got a quarter--heads Carolina, tails California, somewhere greener, somewhere warmer.
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This supposed film critic I'm thinking of might have written for a totally bogus film magazine.
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He had a weird name, like Bosley Crowther or Crawford Delap.
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This guy was in every print ad back in the day. He'd do outrageous shit like calling TRUCK STOP WOMEN "a masterpiece! Rush to the theater now!" Ah, man. This is gonna fucking haunt me today.
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Goddammit, none of you are right. It was this guy, I think the studios actually PAID him to like movies. He'd say like, "Brilliant!" "Hypnotic!" "Rush to the theater!" Shit like that. Ebert, Travers, Shalit--nope.
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Do any of you remember the name of the movie critic who liked EVERYTHING? This guy was always good for a blurb, even on the worst movies. He even liked BATTLEFIELD EARTH.
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It's a good show.
Binge-watching The Strain from the beginning. That S1 episode where they're trapped at the gas station was flat out awesome.
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I've been promising this photo to @itsSaulGoodman for ages...here it is!
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Legally? No. Biologically? Unknowable Emotionally? Absolutely not. The guy was ten two years before.
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Episode 7 of MANIFEST: Um...is Cal Stone old enough to drink? Just asking.
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Maybe we should start calling GOPers RepublicGuns.
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The honor is ours, Mr. Barclay.
Honoured to have been asked to write the foreword for this beautifully illustrated, limited edition of Gwendy’s Final Task by ⁦@StephenKing⁩ and ⁦@RichardChizmar⁩ from ⁦@SSTPublications⁩.
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Pretty soon the only advertiser left on Twitter will be My Pillow.
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