“And in the meantime, there were these public areas, which we call threads, where all of these people were able to jump on and argue and disagree and share information and change perspectives.”
“The difference in these threads is between a proper subset of Libertarians who are making rules (and initial conditions!) for a MMRPG”
“You think posting new material in long-dead threads is somehow evidence that you are still engaged.”
“And FYI … it appears that TP must have deleted the Big John handle … and, it seems when that is done, ALL the posts in threads using said handle … ARE GONE!”
“When I see certain threads, I sometimes set mental “over/under” lines for how many comments into the thread it would be until X predictable reference was made.”
“The diversity of views as to what makes for ‘conservatism’ and ‘liberlaism’ on these threads is astonishing.”
“I had objected to the locking of certain threads prematurely over at Chapala.”
“Timothy btw … the threaded view on these threads is awful to follow.”
“Damned few folks who post in threads like this realize just how pernicious the goat-blowing culture is for progressives: and this thread (and every other one Anthony, Paulie Carbone, et al, participate in) proves it.”
“Balefire, for those unaware, has the power to burn threads from the pattern and rework time itself.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘threads’.
Words describing worn out objects
Slide some jib, kopasetic dutchess.
A list of what are generally-accepted to be hippy words. List names derives from this quote by Germaine Greer, "To see hippikins and hippettes milling miserably around among the Mecca gorillas who ...
Words coined or popularized during the Roaring '20s.
E.g., "private eye" substitutes for Private Detective, and "suits" for CEO's, vs. "hands" for the laborers.
Looking for tweets for threads.