Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Show Me Your Tweets 2: Electric Boogaloo

Social Networking has become very popular and it all started with that jackass Tom and Myspace. Well, that wasn't enough damn it. Then came along that Zuckerberg guy. Thanks a lot for creating a website that causes people not to do a damn thing but play games on. If I wanted to farm, it sure as hell wouldn't be on Facebook. Plus, why the hell would you want to poke someone? Did you have a hard on for the nudge button on MSN chat? Fuck me running. Well, for people with ADD, came along a site that allows you to post something in 140 characters. That site would be Twitter. Everyone seems like they have a twitter page. What a waste of time (@cravinghumor) Well, even celebrities have got into the action on Twitter. We have 100s of people trying to find the best tweets by celebs out there, actually it's two guys in a basement with a huge supply of Rollos. These tweets were yanked right off the "pages" of Twitter so you can enjoy them yourself again.

Snoop Dogg decided to change his name to Snoop Lion. It makes no sense to me either. Well, one man who changes his name constantly had something he wanted to say to Snoop.
MTV has been catching a lot of flack over the past few years for them playing reality shows and forgetting what brought them to the dance. They had this to say to the world via Twitter.
Nicolas Cage has hit some hard times. He is in almost every movie made nowadays. It's really sad and he is still hurting. He is still looking for work.
The Olympics just ended and so did the career of Michael Phelps. He became the most decorated Olympian in history and he had something he wanted to share with his millions of fans.
I am not very proud of the next one. It isn't very pretty at all. I guess you can say I have a small celebrity crush on a certain TV chef. I love Rachael Ray but I have a small feeling that it isn't mutual. She sent this to me.
Randy Travis was arrested this past week for being a drunken idiot. He wanted to apologize to all his fans and he made said apology through the world of twitter.
And finally, we end this edition of Show Me Your Tweets by taking a trip back in the time machine. We travel back to 1865. Did you know Twitter was around back then? Neither did I. I was a little shocked when I saw this.
Was that too soon?