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Last 50 tweets from @JJ_McCullough
Frasier without Martin or Niles (which implies a lack of Daphne too, unless they can do some really convoluted writing) seems like barely Frasier at all.
Kelsey Grammer explains why David Hyde Pierce won't be in the 'Frasier' revival ctvnews.ca/entertainment/… pic.twitter.com/gbED9EnLA5
 
J.J. McCullough Retweeted ·  
this is very, very good. you should read it. I’m pretty set on a theory where there’s an impending clash between the two main classes of billionaires - the quiet lurkers, and the noisy maniacs. the quiet lurkers are very unhappy about the noisy maniacs upsetting the apple cart.
 
In reply to @Fat_DTEA
It was trendy for a time to try to claim he was to the left of today's democrats
Replying to @fakegreekgrill @Fat_DTEA and 1 otherfalse
I believe Michael Moore explicitly made this one of his “hard truths” in one of his books supposedly listing them.
 
J.J. McCullough Retweeted ·  
The fact that we have an addictions minister at all should be somewhat of a clue that the establishment-endorsed status quo on drug policy is extremely not working. ctvnews.ca/politics/irres…
 
The other day, my dad was like "why don't they just Emergency Act all the gang leaders and freeze their bank accounts?" and I am honestly not sure why that's not on the table.
Canadian murder rates reach new highs — and it's mainly due to gang violence nationalpost.com/news/canada/ga…
 
In reply to @elonmusk
@elonmusk can you get rid of that "want to read the article first?" pop-up that often appears when you post links? It's incredibly patronizing and often doesn't even work properly — it often pops up when I tweet articles I have, in fact, read.
 
J.J. McCullough Retweeted ·  
In reply to @JJ_McCullough
And can they stop with the oversaturated and ultra wide angle shots that completely exaggerate how big the room looks? Drives me crazy
 
A lot of apartment listings seem to have a rather inflated sense of the role a photograph of an attractive building lobby will factor into my decision of where to move.
 
I like living in a studio apartment. I just wish it was bigger. But I feel like as you gain more square feet you also get more walls and a larger kitchen and all this other junk I’m not interested in. I just wanna live in a 900 square-foot empty room. Do they have those for rent?
 
The ideal number of accounts to follow is exactly 20. twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
 
Hmm, little dubious.
Equatorial Guinea ruling party wins 99% of votes - early election results reut.rs/3TT7u6X pic.twitter.com/jO9pZBaf7s
 
I just learned that the only reason phone numbers have hyphens is because that makes them easier to remember. They have no technical significance.
 
J.J. McCullough Retweeted ·  
In reply to @agraybee
Few news stories make me feel nothing like crypto crash stories. No one told you to buy fake money from nutcases.
 
A viewer just offered a hilarious description of Canada: "the Luigi of North America."
 
J.J. McCullough Retweeted ·  
There is something very wrong with a show titled "This is America" not being available in America. 😒
 
In reply to @JJ_McCullough
Dude, you mostly work on the internet. You don't have to live in a closet in one of the most expensive cities in the world.
Replying to @LaughingCav
Who said I wanted to?
 
In reply to @JJ_McCullough
This looks awesome and decently priced if you're into finding two co-renters. Three bedrooms: rentcanada.com/vancouver-bc/4…
Replying to @surveilz
I'm a middle aged man.
 
Looking for a new place to live right now and it's amazing to me how people just blatantly lie on their ads. Like check this out, screenshot of the square foot advertised, which was a lie. After I complained, you can see they updated the listing. Only a 207 difference.
 
Happy birthday to President Biden and Premier Ford, coincidentally both born on this day, exactly 22 years apart.
Replying to @JJ_McCullough
I see Robert Kennedy (1925-1968) was born today as well. He would be 97 today. Which is to say, younger than the still-alive Henry Kissinger or Jimmy Carter.
 
Happy birthday to President Biden and Premier Ford, coincidentally both born on this day, exactly 22 years apart.
 
J.J. McCullough Retweeted ·  
Oh boy wait until the Content Moderation Council hears about this.
 
70s sitcoms were even worse than modern sitcoms. 😵‍💫
Replying to @KnowingBetterYT
A lot of supposed “comedy” movies from that era (and before!) are terrible too. I think it’s because back then “comedy” used to basically iust mean “mildly amusing situations” as opposed to like, sharply-written jokes.
 
The Green Party of Canada is a personality cult, full stop. It has been led by the same woman for close to 20 years, and the guiding purpose of the party is to gain power and attention for that woman. When she briefly stepped away, the party nearly collapsed. That is the story.
 
I let out an enormous sigh. Here we go again!!! nationalnewswatch.com/2022/11/19/fed…
 
I'm glad this is making the front page somewhere.
Be sure to check out today's Toronto Sun! pic.twitter.com/1aEW1mdK5a
 
I really find the Liberals' gun policies a confused mess. It's harder than ever to legally purchase or use a gun in Canada... but at the same time, there has never been less consequence for breaking a Canadian gun law.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has repealed his own party’s longstanding mandatory minimum penalties that were introduced by Liberal PM Jean Chretien and Liberal PM Pierre Elliott Trudeau. Weakening sentences will not reduce crime, it will only embolden criminals. pic.twitter.com/tLhSTtxqMc
 
As far as this week’s Twitter drama-queening goes, I would say Thursday’s prediction of Twitter’s imminent collapse was less annoying than Wednesday’s prediction of World War 3.
 
J.J. McCullough Retweeted ·  
Charlie Brown’s Thanksgiving dinner is my all-time favorite meal. Esp bc it’s so easy to cook.
 
It is interesting to me that of the 69 new members of congress elected, only 12 have no political experience. I feel like in Canada the majority of members of parliament these days have no political experience, just because their jobs are less important. washingtonpost.com/politics/inter…
Replying to @JJ_McCullough
I feel like here in BC the sort of people who run for parliament these days are like, relatively undistinguished local businesspeople or people vaguely involved in non-profit work for organizations you’ve never heard of. Skills don’t matter because few will enjoy much agency.
 
It is interesting to me that of the 69 new members of congress elected, only 12 have no political experience. I feel like in Canada the majority of members of parliament these days have no political experience, just because their jobs are less important. washingtonpost.com/politics/inter…
 
lol
Canadians have lost more that $131 billion investing in cannabis companies. @AdrianGhobrial tours a sprawling unregulated grow-op and speaks to one small business owner whose retail shop went up in smoke. ctvnews.ca/canada/canadia…
 
The other day I saw a video talking about how you can still log on to *Dreamcast* servers for online play. Something tells me Twitter ain’t going anywhere.
Replying to @JJ_McCullough
On the one hand, Twitter is literally functioning exactly the same as ever. On the other hand, some guy posted a graph, so who’s to say?
 
The other day I saw a video talking about how you can still log on to *Dreamcast* servers for online play. Something tells me Twitter ain’t going anywhere.
 
Oh, everything’s fine.
 
The Time POTY needs to be Zelensky but I have a real bad feeling it's going to be the Queen.
Replying to @agraybee
They’ve been getting overtly abstract and overly American lately, so I could imagine 2022’s Person of the Year being “a nation divided” or something equally lame.
 
Wow, when you've even lost Ben Garrison...
 
If the CRTC doesn't want to use these powers then parliament should not give them these powers. Period. Anyway, the CRTC has said so many different, contradictory things. Canadians' ability to enjoy YouTube should not be dependent on the whims of this guy. theglobeandmail.com/politics/artic…
 
In reply to @thedanielrubio
I feel like there’s a constant cycle where it seems like the walls are closing in on him but everyone is too chicken to actually land a punch and it gives him a chance to muddy the waters and regroup
But that presumes the only ones with agency in this story are other Republicans. What if the Republican base just gets tired of him?
 
Interesting results! I feel like everyone is a lot more bearish on Trump this time around.
Do you think Trump will win the Republican nomination for president a third time?
 
Check out this new column I wrote for @PostOpinions about Canada's constitution, which is sorta-followed, and sorta-understood. washingtonpost.com/opinions/2022/…
 
I've been thinking about how "where presidents actually come from" seems to have no resemblance to where pundits anticipate they will come from. A lot of presidents seem like fairly last-minute decisions, or even gambles, as opposed to politicians who spend years seducing voters.
Replying to @JJ_McCullough
The only recent president who seems to conform to this idea of "workmanlike governor who gradually proves his worth to his party" is George W. Bush. Everyone else — Clinton, Obama, Trump, even Biden, seem like people voters were just inclined to grab in the heat of the moment.
 
I've been thinking about how "where presidents actually come from" seems to have no resemblance to where pundits anticipate they will come from. A lot of presidents seem like fairly last-minute decisions, or even gambles, as opposed to politicians who spend years seducing voters.
One of the things I’ve tried to stop doing is thinking too far ahead about which popular governors are going to go on to be killer presidential candidates.
Recent history is just littered with supposed stars who turned out to be duds. National campaigns are a crucible.
 
In reply to @JJ_McCullough
What this re-naming also signals is that the "Liberal Party" brand is basically dead in all of western Canada. Provincial parties can't get elected under the name, and the only one that can finds the name a net liability. Check out this chart I made of provincial legislatures: pic.twitter.com/k7FDbF3BLK
Replying to @JJ_McCullough
Anyway, let us all raise a pint to BC's newest political party:
 
In reply to @JJ_McCullough
But in all seriousness, the British Columbia Liberals have now sacrificed over 100 years of their own history because they can’t accept the fact that they are Liberals.
Replying to @JJ_McCullough
What this re-naming also signals is that the "Liberal Party" brand is basically dead in all of western Canada. Provincial parties can't get elected under the name, and the only one that can finds the name a net liability. Check out this chart I made of provincial legislatures:
 
Well, I guess I’ll just have to get used to saying this like I got used to saying “Courteney Cox-Arquette.”
Replying to @JJ_McCullough
But in all seriousness, the British Columbia Liberals have now sacrificed over 100 years of their own history because they can’t accept the fact that they are Liberals.
 
Well, I guess I’ll just have to get used to saying this like I got used to saying “Courteney Cox-Arquette.”
NEW - BC Liberal Party members have voted 80% in favour of changing the party name to BC United. #bcpoli
 
Do you think Trump will win the Republican nomination for president a third time?
 
I don't think it would have been asking the world for this story to at least acknowledge, somewhere, what a "brownie" is.
Girl Guides of Canada renaming Brownies after hearing that the name causes harm theglobeandmail.com/canada/article…
 
 
As usual, Victorian-era comic strip hero Buster Brown has worthy advice for us all:
 
 
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