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I saw a man that used different cuts of steak to create portraits of people. It was a rare medium, but well done. — Dad Jokes (@Dadsaysjokes) October 22, 2020 from http://twitter.com/Dadsaysjokes via IFTTT

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Do you know why the French eat just one egg for breakfast? Because in France, one egg is Un ouef. — Dad Jokes (@Dadsaysjokes) October 22, 2020 from http://twitter.com/Dadsaysjokes via IFTTT

@Hamiltwan @malki If it’s a known fake – you know no one could possibly have it they didn’t accidentally put a real vehicle in the warning about what your car can tell people like using 555 as a lead-in for phone numbers on movies and tv shows – they’re guaranteed fake

If it's a known fake – you know no one could possibly have it they didn't accidentally put a real vehicle in the warning about what your car can tell people like using 555 as a lead-in for phone numbers on movies and tv shows – they're guaranteed fake — Warren Myers 🐧🐿 (@warrenmyers) October …
Continue reading @Hamiltwan @malki If it’s a known fake – you know no one could possibly have it they didn’t accidentally put a real vehicle in the warning about what your car can tell people like using 555 as a lead-in for phone numbers on movies and tv shows – they’re guaranteed fake

RT @WalkerJohnB: This is the 2nd tweet today I tried to retweet that twitter would only let me retweet if I did it with a comment. Twitter is trying to silence certain voices and the gig is up. https://t.co/qBwCovmLFt

This is the 2nd tweet today I tried to retweet that twitter would only let me retweet if I did it with a comment. Twitter is trying to silence certain voices and the gig is up. https://t.co/qBwCovmLFt — John Walker (@WalkerJohnB) October 22, 2020 from Twitter https://twitter.com/warrenmyers October 22, 2020 at 05:24PM via IFTTT

Been *very* excited to see non-attack ads showing up from third-party candidates in the mail this season I could save them all a lot of money, though: I’ve already #voted #Election2020

Been *very* excited to see non-attack ads showing up from third-party candidates in the mail this season I could save them all a lot of money, though: I've already #voted #Election2020 — Warren Myers 🐧🐿 (@warrenmyers) October 22, 2020 from Twitter https://twitter.com/warrenmyers October 22, 2020 at 05:23PM via IFTTT

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Good luck man. Big corps don't tend to react well to this. https://t.co/dI4qzaFlEg — Steven H (@theexceptioncat) October 22, 2020 from http://twitter.com/theexceptioncat via IFTTT

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If you've ever tried to explain the surreal and baffling levels of power-mongering in the library world to non-library people, and were met with the appropriate levels of skepticism and confusion, then consider recommending this @99piorg episode to them instead. https://t.co/H2PLCRHHAo — Baharak Yousefi بهارک یوسفی (@BaharakY) October 22, 2020 from http://twitter.com/BaharakY via IFTTT

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We have politicians saying we need to shut down again to fight #Covid_19 . But lockdowns in Europe have not prevented a “second wave.” Lockdowns have proven to cause severe health & economic danger however. “Science” is not on the side of team lockdown. — John Walker (@WalkerJohnB) October 22, 2020 from http://twitter.com/WalkerJohnB via IFTTT

RT @DrOakley1689: It is true that in every election cycle we are told “this is the most important election of our lifetimes.” Boy cried wolf syndrome. However—given that what happens in 2020 will determine if there even *is* a viable 2024 election, well, the wolf is right in front of us.

It is true that in every election cycle we are told "this is the most important election of our lifetimes." Boy cried wolf syndrome. However—given that what happens in 2020 will determine if there even *is* a viable 2024 election, well, the wolf is right in front of us. — James White (@DrOakley1689) October 22, …
Continue reading RT @DrOakley1689: It is true that in every election cycle we are told “this is the most important election of our lifetimes.” Boy cried wolf syndrome. However—given that what happens in 2020 will determine if there even *is* a viable 2024 election, well, the wolf is right in front of us.

“Tiny bubbles can solve large problems. #Microbubbles—around 1-50 micrometers in diameter—have widespread applications.” https://t.co/TrQ8CUof5h #graphene https://t.co/RbRxo6254n

“Tiny bubbles can solve large problems. #Microbubbles—around 1-50 micrometers in diameter—have widespread applications.” https://t.co/TrQ8CUof5h #graphene pic.twitter.com/RbRxo6254n — Warren Myers 🐧🐿 (@warrenmyers) October 22, 2020 from Twitter https://twitter.com/warrenmyers October 22, 2020 at 11:25AM via IFTTT

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Is there anything *more* arrogant than using your power to directly work to make it a legal right to murder the most innocent in our society? — Tom Buck (@TomBuck) October 22, 2020 from http://twitter.com/TomBuck via IFTTT

RT @JordanSekulow: thanks to Dem boycott, #AmyConeyBarrett gets the vote she deserves in Senate Judiciary Committee – unanimous with favorable recommendation to confirm https://t.co/hGoLpL6scE

thanks to Dem boycott, #AmyConeyBarrett gets the vote she deserves in Senate Judiciary Committee – unanimous with favorable recommendation to confirm https://t.co/hGoLpL6scE — Jordan Sekulow (@JordanSekulow) October 22, 2020 from Twitter https://twitter.com/warrenmyers October 22, 2020 at 09:26AM via IFTTT