We looked inside some of the tweets by @NifMuhammad and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Sarah Dash featured on this High Fidelity Three song in 1985, and it absolutely holds up https://youtu.be/AF9VyUS_aQM
before the final hours of the day expire: today is Sarah Dash's birthday, which means it is a good time to once again mention that Nightbirds is one of the best albums ever made & also LaBelle in the 70s were really pulling off looks at every turn
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he's getting close
I have enjoyed seeing all of the in-home modifications being made to the popeyes sandwich
them: turn on your location
I've never been, so I'm not sure what people feel the exchange is...a workshop? time to write? proximity to other writers?
tbh I just have a hard time wrapping my head around the whole thing, am not trying to be dismissive of ppl who have gone
this is also true / something I was thinking about when I read the story about it this morning https://twitter.com/mspencerpoet/status/1163162260472238082
looking at the team usa fiba WC roster and it is finally time for Mason Plumlee to be the dominant force we all know he can become
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like many other writers, I don't come from any corner of academia & I also just don't have a lot of interest in the legacy or prestige of a place, so when I first heard about all of this, it seemed so confusing. I'm wondering if there's a better way. But I've never been, so idk.
maybe this isn't a good space to talk about this. I'd forgotten about it but I read an old piece this morning and was fascinated by it all. not because I think waiting tables is bad work, of course. its the capacity it seems to function in / the role it plays in that setting.
has anyone ever done this particular scholarship/work and felt good about the experience, or that it was worth the opportunity? (whatever you considered the opportunity to be)
does Bread Loaf still do that thing where some of the attendees on scholarship have to wait tables and all that
unfortunately several layers deep into the McDuck lineage and
generally opposed to the print+ebook bundle but I have no choice in this particular situation because I absolutely have to read this book TONIGHT https://twitter.com/ourcityburning/status/1162919826911879168
honestly I just wanted to make a stupid joke about people defending shawn carter on the internet and now I'm deep into research on the donald duck universe, an unfortunate turn of events
did donald duck try to start a record label or something
did he invest in print media
where did the debt come from
I get that this is a stupid rabbit hole to go down but why was donald duck in so much debt
I don't remember that being a part of his narrative
like how did a fictional duck make so many bad investments/choices that he ended up in all-consuming debt