What kind of sorcery is this https://t.co/6BqCt6RNQg
— Clement “I beat COVID19” Chow (@ClementYChow) April 18, 2020
This is how Angela Merkel explained the effect of a higher #covid19 infection rate on the country's health system.
This part of today's press conf was great, so I just added English subtitels for all non-German speakers. #flattenthecurve pic.twitter.com/VzBLdh16kR
— Benjamin Alvarez (@BenjAlvarez1) April 15, 2020
Nuns playing basketball at a monastery in Sevilla, Spain while sheltered in place for the coronavirus. Hoops makes the world go around.pic.twitter.com/53oKV5GnNU
— Michael Dolan (@mikedolanny) April 16, 2020
12 Classic Chinese Films are Now Available for Free on YouTube with English Subtitles https://t.co/6wjIch49dC
— Sean Gilman (@TheEndofCinema) April 17, 2020
What happens when you park under a tree with millions of caterpillars in it pic.twitter.com/RAuEfaTJBG
— Nature is Scary (@NatureisScary) April 17, 2020
— Swear Trek (@swear_trek) April 16, 2020
Not all fashion shows have been cancelled. pic.twitter.com/gaaCjn5e7e
— Back To Nature (@backt0nature) April 11, 2020
Good boy’s reaction…😂🤣😭💀pic.twitter.com/OK3t2x1VJU
— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) April 15, 2020
how virgo, aquarius, capricorn, and scorpio express their love for you: pic.twitter.com/7nZcVa6t2k
— Milk 🥛 (@milkstrology) April 15, 2020
Expect this: pic.twitter.com/HmnhSvvlIY
— George Dinwiddie (@gdinwiddie) April 14, 2020
The best ending to any writer's interview ever?
Paris Review asks Ray Bradbury about the origins of a character named Mr Electrico. His answer starts in our world, opens a trapdoor in the fabric of reality itself, and surges into an elemental realm of cosmic myth. Genuine magic pic.twitter.com/ZKXJan44qQ
— Colin Walsh (@Clnwlsh) April 15, 2020
If you are the creator of the chyron below, please step forward to receive your presidential medal of freedom and pulitzer. pic.twitter.com/La84fdTqG2
— Stone Cold Jane Austen (@AbbyHiggs) April 15, 2020
I could watch old Hollywood outtakes all day. pic.twitter.com/1qcPYPBmoO
— David Wehle (@DavidWehle) April 13, 2020
The 10 Best Indie Sci-fi Films of the 21st Century: https://t.co/w00V7CkHXU pic.twitter.com/lJ72OXSGki
— Taste of Cinema (@davidcinema) April 12, 2020
1) I have never before wanted to move to Germany as much as I do this week. I might be in love with Angela Merkel.
2) Oh, Ray Bradbury. I have never met a writer who has held onto the mystery and intensity of childhood as well as he has. Time to go re-read Something Wicked This Way Comes. (I read it every single fall for 10-15ish years of my life, but I’ve slacked lately post-kids.)
Related to the Merkel video: I had an argument with my husband this week about how he’s never bothered to figure out how to get me and the kid EU passports, though he correctly observed that the EU probably wouldn’t exist anymore in a few years.
Had no idea about the penguin eggs. That is totally fascinating. I wonder how they taste?
They taste fishy, omdg. There really is no other possibility.