It’s been a while – a looooooooonnng while – since my last #TwitterTuesday post. Sorry about that. Things have been rather insane and there were a few Tuesdays where I didn’t really feel it was appropriate to do a post like this. All that being said, I hope you enjoy nearly a month’s worth of my favorite tweets. And if you don’t enjoy them? That’s clearly your problem. 🙂
I concur. RT @melissadahl: The phrase "AIN'T NOBODY GOT TIME FOR THAT" is the most useful thing the Internet has ever given me.
— Ashley H. Sherman (@AHalbers) June 12, 2013
Ladies and gentlemen: my boss. She speaks truth.
— Ashley Billman (@AshBillman) June 13, 2013
Speaking of work….the office is clearly not the same without these three.
You guys! Action figures. In the dirt. I never realized this is exactly what I've always wanted. http://t.co/slq7mLvtFV
— Heather Sokol (@JustHeather) June 13, 2013
This pic made me smile. Still does.
— Chris Kuti (@chriskuti) June 14, 2013
Apparently, I’m Barnabas. Just so you know.
— Liz Todd (@LizTodd6032) June 16, 2013
Best. book. idea. ever.
— The Longs Donut (@TheLongsDonut) June 20, 2013
I see what they did there. Impressive. Most impressive.
Yes, I will be playing in Poland! Very excited about the opportunity and am looking forward to building my game. Thanks for all the support!
— Jordan Hulls (@JordanHulls1) July 2, 2013
Best of luck, Jordy!
Star Wars – "Death Star Trench Run" – Homemade w/ Chris Hardwick from Nerdist http://t.co/aHLUo2MqhL
— John Saddington (@saddington) July 4, 2013
I wish I had the time and talent to be able to pull off something like this. Well done, gentlemen.
— Beth Neff (@ciao_elizabetta) July 6, 2013
Glad I’m not the only one who took so long to see it. Also glad it was such an enjoyable flick. Definitely one I’d watch again.
The good and bad of "niche blogging." http://t.co/kDpyXCYvX7
— Shaun Groves (@shaungroves) July 8, 2013
I blame Google. Seriously.
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