If Toadstool isn’t kicked off Twitter by the morning of January 21st, we’ll know Dorsey was full of shit when they said his protected status would expire. I mean, Dorsey’s full of shit anyway, but the kumquat-faced loser has done more than enough to violate their supposed guidelines and he’ll go on a bender until, during and after Biden is sworn in.
It’s a start.
But it’d be much better to add “Trump lost the US Presidential election” instead.
Directly calling him a loser is a guaranteed button press. The meltdown would be spectacular…
Socialism strikes again!
I could watch that for hours
And note how bothered his poor little dog is…
Cue the cult screaming, “Twitter doesn’t decide the winner of US elections!” in 3, 2, 1…
The President also doesn’t decide the winner of the US elections.
maybe trump could try switching to craigslist?
I was thinking Nextdoor.
He has plenty of equally appalling tweets regarding his conspiracy theory that are not so annotated. Twitter’s application of this new warning is pretty spotty.
I have NEVER EVER considered tipping a landlord. What the fuck? Has anyone ever ever done this?
MAYBE if it was some guy who rents a second house and has done some extra stuff for the family. Like helped fix their car or something. I have heard of kind, helping landlords like that before.
But the other 99%? A tip? Bwhahahahaaa!
Are they fucking kidding?
Thread drift, or rather a sharp right angled turn. This must be a droll joke.
That said I am seeing tip jars at places where minimal service is rendered, or service that was traditionally not tipped. What to do when you see those, especially if you just received good (previously normal) retail service?
Depends on what you can afford I suppose, and on whether you did get good service. Maybe at least do it near traditional gift-giving holidays?
Fingers crossed Trump outright refuses to leave and we get to see him dragged out kicking and screaming like the angry toddler he is. He owes us that.
Yes to all of the above. In particular at places like small breweries and restaurants when it was previously safe to tip for tipple served and consumed on the premises, but now its not Covid-cool to stay except to pop in to buy stuff to go. (Edit) I tip Especially for the staff that are poor or desperate enough to take the hours offered. I certainly ain’t tipping Amazon, but I could justify a small tip to an independent delivery driver this time of year.