Russell Crowe tweeted to the Pope…

by meanlouise February 25, 2014 movies

…and I nearly snorted coffee out my nose because I laughed so hard. Dear Holy Father @Pontifex @Pontifex_it @DarrenAronofsky #Noah film. Screening?The message of the film is powerful , fascinating , resonant — Russell Crowe (@russellcrowe) February 24, 2014 Luckily, if the Pope snorts coffee out his nose, he’s got a guy to clean it […]

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by meanlouise April 19, 2013 academia

As I hurtle towards the inevitable end of the semester, it’s a good time to polish up some of the drafts that have been piling up. Instant content, just add coffee. Yes. Well. In my Anthropological Research Design seminar this semester we’ve been, um, designing research. Specifically, ethnographic research. (As a biological anthropologist, this is […]

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Nick Offerman Reads Tweets From Young Female Celebrities VOL 7

by meanlouise January 24, 2013 pop culture

I love this. Enjoy, while I try to finish one of the many drafts simmering in the final edits file. I still love you, I swear, I just don’t seem to have enough hours in the day to finish any of these posts lately. CollegeHumor’s Favorite Funny Videos [embedded video: Nick Offerman Reads Tweets From […]

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He sees you when you're tweeting?

by meanlouise July 7, 2008 cyberculture

I’m really tired and extremely easily amused today, so this may not be as funny as I thought when i first saw it, but I found this incredibly amusing when it popped up in my inbox: Hi, meanlouise. Santa Claus (Santa_Claus_) is now following your updates on Twitter. Check out Santa Claus’s profile here: […]

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NaNoWriMo: yesterday afternoon in tweets

by meanlouise November 15, 2007 true life 2007

Abandoned my writing buddy when my eyeballs threatened to fall out of my head and roll across the floor and, more importantly, the superstrength ibuprofen wore off and my hands started to ache like they’d been hit with a hammer. Starting wordccount 13k. Final wordcount at the end of the day: 17,436 (posted on request […]

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