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Last 50 tweets from @BCDreyer
There’s no truth to the rumor that “Sorry-Grateful” was inspired by SS’s lengthy contemplation of Judy Garland’s being fired from Valley of the Dolls.
 
In reply to @BCDreyer
I always recalled that the Night of the Diva episode of The Wild Wild West, my introduction to Lucia di Lammermoor (and Patrice Munsel), was a Michael Dunn episode, but I guess not.
Replying to @BCDreyer
It's too bad that Donizetti couldn't figure out, with the Mad Scene, how to suddenly go complete atonal; that would have been a blast.
 
In reply to @BCDreyer
I've always assumed that that notably mean-spirited Noël Coward quip I shan't repeat here was about Michael Dunn.
Replying to @BCDreyer
I always recalled that the Night of the Diva episode of The Wild Wild West, my introduction to Lucia di Lammermoor (and Patrice Munsel), was a Michael Dunn episode, but I guess not.
 
You might think that a genetic-mutations-oh-my-god horror film directed by Jack Cardiff and starring Donald Pleasence and Tom Baker and featuring Jill Haworth and Michael Dunn would be at least semi-interesting and you'd be completely wrong.
Replying to @BCDreyer
I've always assumed that that notably mean-spirited Noël Coward quip I shan't repeat here was about Michael Dunn.
 
You might think that a genetic-mutations-oh-my-god horror film directed by Jack Cardiff and starring Donald Pleasence and Tom Baker and featuring Jill Haworth and Michael Dunn would be at least semi-interesting and you'd be completely wrong.
 
The whole "Want to read the article first?" when you wrote the article thing never really gets old, does it.
 
So you want to become a better writer? Be a better reader. usatoday.com/story/opinion/…
 
I’m taking a break for Twitter, through the holidays at least, maybe more.

It’s a busy, stressful time of the year and Twitter seems to be adding nothing but anger and anxiety these days.

So I’m going to take a break and catch my breath. See you all in the New Year.
Replying to @KevinMKruse
Take care of yourself, Kevin. See you soon or soonish or when the time comes.
 
I’m always pleased when I run across a studio-era actress of whom I think I’ve not heard. Today it’s Suzanne Kaaren.

In this case, she had quite a life, was a thorn in the side of our last president, AND appeared in a scene 3/4s of my followers could quote word-for-word.
Replying to @CafeMuscato
“Zips up the back and no bones!”
 
 
 
In reply to @realLizUSA
paging @BCDreyer to witness this gem of a statement
 
In reply to @BCDreyer
I had a dream where my front teeth fell out. We had the same dream! 🤗
 
In reply to @BCDreyer
Or just cut "while," that might fix it.
 
In reply to @BCDreyer
That key sentence is a bit grammatically dodgy, but whatever.
Replying to @BCDreyer
“Even as that review is under way, additional” etc. is a skosh nicer, no?
 
The “Brace yourself, kids” of statements.
Replying to @BCDreyer
That key sentence is a bit grammatically dodgy, but whatever.
 
People who start tweets with "sorry to be a jerk" are never sorry to be a jerk. You don't follow me and my tweet was tongue-in-cheek. Bye.
Replying to @deannaraybourn
This person was following me and is no longer, and not by their own choice.
 
In reply to @kurteichenwald
Love your work. Obviously it’s OK not to wear a mask inside a restaurant. But seeing him wear a mask outside when he saw us seemed unnecessary. I thought: Huh. That’s kinda odd - and interesting too. So I let people know, and people have totally freaked out because of the tweet.
Replying to @Tara_Mckelvey @kurteichenwald and 1 otherfalse
Yes, you’re a regular Ida Tarbell, aren’t you.
 
“My colleagues in the media are serving as accessories to the murder of democracy.” - @Milbank
 
The “Brace yourself, kids” of statements.
Statement on Chris Cuomo’s termination from CNN. pic.twitter.com/yKPwYtMznD
 
In reply to @HamptonStevens
Still thinking about this. (Words are fun!) If I'm using the definition of candle that means "a quantity of lumens," wouldn't that fit? Or am I trying too hard?
 
In reply to @jamiedumont
It needs something sweet to balance the savory. Apples, dried cranberries or green grapes are common add-ins.
Raisins, particularly when I’m making curried chicken salad. Particularly golden ones.
 
Trending in 5 minutes: “additional information has come to light.”
Replying to @chrisgeidner
"We turned over the nearest rock, and there it was."
 
In reply to @BCDreyer
It makes perfect sense.
You can have any kind of a home you want. You can even get stucco. Oh, how you can get stucco.
 
CNN, in brief: "We looked into Chris Cuomo's actions, and what he did was bad enough that we fired him while we were still in the middle of investigating. The investigation continues."
 
In reply to @BCDreyer
Oh, it's firmly vernacular now and there's no going back. I just think it's funny.
As I've confessed, for a very long time I thought that "stucco" meant "red roof tiles," because every picture I ever saw ID'd as a stucco house included them.
 
In reply to @jondanziger
As my past history surely indicates.
Replying to @BCDreyer @jondanziger and 1 otherfalse
OK, all joking quite apart, I'm intrigued by "candlestick holder" as an error not of redundancy but of, I guess, misapprehension.
 
In reply to @deannaraybourn
Benjamin’s tweets are pre-planned.
 
Adding fruit to a salad has never improved it.

EVER.
Replying to @jamiedumont
Not (only) to be contrary, but: greens, goat cheese, walnuts, figs
 
In reply to @BCDreyer
annnnnnnnd down to two.
Replying to @BCDreyer
And now it's one, just arrived. OK, I'm done (as I always say when I'm nothing like done).
 
In reply to @BCDreyer
A certain loved dog desperately needs a walk.
Replying to @jondmaas
Between the two of us, she's had four long walks today. She's out like a light.
 
In reply to @BCDreyer
Screeeeeeeaming.
Replying to @deannaraybourn
Hang *that* on your wall sconce!
 
One day we're going to brace ourselves for a painful conversation about how there are candles and candlesticks but that candlestick holders are not a thing.
Replying to @deannaraybourn
Excuse me, I have to go dethaw a chicken.
 
In reply to @BCDreyer
Current number of replies I can see: four. All newly arrived. Early reply from mutual: still visible on their timeline, invisible on mine.
 
But candlelight is a type of light; candle doesn’t in and of itself mean light.
 
subjective and anecdotal but:
Replying to @BCDreyer
Current number of replies I can see: four. All newly arrived. Early reply from mutual: still visible on their timeline, invisible on mine.
 
Replying to @leahmcelrath
Right this second I can see those three newly arrived ones. Will I still be able to see them in 30 minutes? We’ll see.
 
subjective and anecdotal but:
In reply to @baxindine
I’ve noticed my phenomenon before; I always associate it with my posting a negative response to a large or at least largish account I don’t follow.
 
A thing I don’t understand about Twitter is that it tells me this tweet has 6 replies and I’ve seen a few of them but now I see none of them.
Replying to @BCDreyer
Nope, not from blocked or locked accounts. I’ve glimpsed the responses just fine, and one was from a mutual and I can still see it on their timeline.
 
What brought us downstate this weekend was a service for my grandmother, who left us on Thanksgiving at 96, the end of a long, good life. As you can probably tell from what I’ve shared this weekend, we took it as an occasion to celebrate being together as a family. A good legacy. pic.twitter.com/pZ6mLQFI6p
Replying to @levistahl
Please accept my condolences, and I’m pleased at your combining grief and celebration. That’s lovely when that can happen.
 
A thing I don’t understand about Twitter is that it tells me this tweet has 6 replies and I’ve seen a few of them but now I see none of them.
 
In reply to @BCDreyer
Twitter is glitchy today. One tweet of mine got three likes, but when I try to see who liked it there's only one name on the list.
Replying to @baxindine
I’ve noticed my phenomenon before; I always associate it with my posting a negative response to a large or at least largish account I don’t follow.
 
In reply to @BCDreyer
I was in a crisis over whether to use kittycat or taxicab, but then I remembered cats always win.
Replying to @HaggardHawks
Are there others besides these two and forefront?
 
A thing I don’t understand about Twitter is that it tells me this tweet has 6 replies and I’ve seen a few of them but now I see none of them.
In reply to @RepThomasMassie
tf is the matter with you
 
It took me a good minute to think of another, then:

taxicab
 
It took me a good minute to think of another, then:

taxicab
A TRINONYM is a compound word in which both halves plus the compound itself all mean the same thing—like KITTYCAT, which means the same as both KITTY and CAT.
 
I dreamt last night that an editor informed me that a book he was just now transmitting for copyediting absolutely had to go on sale in February and I said “That’s literally impossible” and it all went downhill from there.
 
In reply to @jondmaas
The Moth and the Flame is a Clyde Fitch play, BTW.
Replying to @BCDreyer @jondmaas
Also, it was still Longacre Square, but whatever.
 
In the heart of little old New York
You'll find a throughfare
Its the part of little old New York
That runs into Times Square.

This is Broadway & 42nd St. in 1898. Where are the sexy ladies from the 80s?

Photo: Byron Company pic.twitter.com/N6TArOQ2Ve
Replying to @jondmaas
The Moth and the Flame is a Clyde Fitch play, BTW.
 
Merry Christmas! 🎄
ps. Santa, please bring ammo. 🎁 pic.twitter.com/NVawULhCNr
 
 
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