Thursday, May 1, 2014

Repeat Tweets: POTUS is Dancing in the End Zone

Repeat tweets from April, 2014:

  • Apr 2 2014: MT @SenTedCruz: "POTUS is dancing in the end zone while millions of Americans hurt." Cruz 2016 depends on getting voters to believe that.
  • Apr 2 2014: MT @SenTedCruz: Bill Kristol: "No way, Mr. President. We do not accept this deplorable piece of legislation." Old Man Yells At Cloud. #wacko
  • Apr 2 2014: MT @SenTedCruz: "#SCOTUS decision in McCutcheon v. FEC is a victory for the [one percent]." Corrected. You're welcome. #wacko
  • Apr 2 2014: MT @SenTedCruz: "Our democracy works better when the free speech rights of the [one percent] are unfettered." Corrected. You're welcome.

After the jump, more repeat tweets.

  • Apr 5 2014: Basketball wasn't designed to be hockey, but that is what it has evolved into. I know I'm in the minority, but I prefer the old game.
  • Apr 6 2014: MT @WalkableDFW: "345 isn't most convenient way from SE Dallas to Richardson." We in Richardson have known that for years.
  • Apr 8 2014: Inside Llewyn Davis (2013): '60s folk singer's life and career going nowhere. Character-driven movie by Coen Bros succeeds. Great songs. B+
  • Apr 9 2014: Double Down, by Halperin and Heilemann: Inside account of 2012 election. A look behind the curtains. A must for political junkies. B-
  • Apr 10 2014: Mitt (2014): Behind the scenes look at candidate and family in 2008 and 2012. Public Mitt is no act. Private Mitt doesn't get it, either. B-
  • Apr 11 2014: Stories We Tell (2012): Daughter interviews her siblings, father and dead mother's possible lovers. A complex but very functional family. B-
  • Apr 14 2014: .@RHeights doesn't like plans for old Continental Inn site. That's the common reaction to bait and switch.
  • Apr 15 2014: Twenty Feet From Stardom (2013): Oscar-winning look at anonymous backup singers behind the hits. A+ music. Woulda, coulda, shoulda. B-
  • Apr 17 2014: RT @SenTedCruz: "The repeal debate is far from over. #FullRepeal." Old man yells at cloud.
  • Apr 18 2014: A Touch of Sin (2013): Tales of alienation. Characters are at once victims & sinners. China itself is a character: huge, drab, menacing. B-
  • Apr 21 2014: Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore, by Robin Sloan: Old bookstore in San Fran hides ancient mystery. Hogwarts meets Google. Easy and fun. B-
  • Apr 22 2014: 12 Years a Slave (2013): Important history. Soul-deadening drama. Nothing redeeming about slavery, America's original sin, still with us. B+
  • Apr 22 2014: The Berkner Rampage: "Smoke and Mirrors: Hookah Popularity Rising in Richardson"
  • Apr 23 2014: Oh Myyy!, by George Takei: How an aging Star Trek actor became a Facebook sensation. After reading it, it's even more of a mystery. C-
  • Apr 29 2014: Departures (2008): Japanese cellist gives up music to prepare dead for burial. A homecoming. A love story. Simple tale, beautifully told. A+

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