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What if these 25 other famous authors just couldn’t let it go on Twitter either?
If These 25 Famous Authors Were Like JK Rowling And Couldn't Just Fucking Let Go
JK Rowling-ing on Twitter
On Wednesday, Apple unveiled the iPhone 7 and its startling lack of a headphone jack.READ MORE
After a painful eight weeks, Are You the One’s? two-hour finale extravaganza has arrived. After last week’s incredible blackout, the cast struggles to face their reality.READ MORE
We all know that J.K. Rowling won’t let things go, often taking to Twitter to make substantive revisions and interpretations of the most important texts of our childhood. But what if these 25 other famous authors just couldn’t let it go on Twitter either?READ MORE
A Donald has already begun explaining to us all why his impending electoral beat down at the hands of one Hillary Rodham Clinton is not his fault. The game is rigged, he howls.READ MORE
Earlier this week, Ivanka Trump’s Twitter account “accidentally” liked a tweet in which her father (Republican presidential nominee and person who brags about having 5 times fewer online followers than Katy Perry, Donald Trump) called her a nice piece of ass, because life is an unending series of nightmares.READ MORE
Earlier this year, New York magazine ran a piece by Jonathan Chait titled “It Is Not 1968.” It’s a good article and well worth your time, but the basic premise is that despite the social upheaval at home and violence around the world, 2016 is not much like one of the most iconic and chaotic years in American history. Chait is right, it’s not 1968. It’s 1964.READ MORE