**Josh Hawley brutally mocked for railing against big tech while using big tech to promote his book**
"Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri, one of the most stridently Trumpified Republicans in the U.S. Senate, has been railing nonstop against corporate America — especially big tech — for, as he sees it, promoting "woke" liberalism. And his new book, due out on May 4, is even titled "The Tyranny of Big Tec…"
@Vextaur quick test, to see if this comes through?🎇
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: in russia, the act of displaying the LGBT flag in public can get you arrested. so these 6 activists from latin america resorted to creativity: wearing uniforms from their countries' football teams, they turned themselves into the flag and walked around moscow with pride. 🏳️🌈
"The Virtues of Coffee" Explained in 1690 Ad: The Cure for Lethargy, Scurvy, Dropsy, Gout & More http://www.openculture.com/2014/12/the-virtues-of-coffee-explained-in-1690-ad.html
Original URL: https://twitter.com/openculture/status/1015774664331628544
I want a series of Fred Rogers for President campaign ads. The Cabinet is sitting in the President's briefing room, outlining today's crises and concluding with a plea: "Mr. President, what do we do?" Everyone turns to the head of the table where an old TV and VCR turn on, and as the CRT warms up the VCR fast-forwards to a clip from "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood" that covers exactly this situation. In one corner a general starts quietly weeping tears of joy, realizing that sharing is an option…
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