@deepomega : Per the Post, only when accompanied by the status update "Attempting to use the flash on my cameraphone to warn police of a jumper on the bridge."
But who will write the New Yorker fiction piece about the feckless youth who, in the final paragraphs of the story, takes said selfie?
Apparently the WSJ style guide differs from that of NYMag.
Alternate take : 153 comments. Those were the days, etc. etc.
All right, I never say it, but this was great. You got me, OK, you got me.
Also, I cannot bear Star Wars any more since it took over a whole summer of my childhood and then #MILLENIALBETRAYAL #ITWASMILLENIALRIGHT #FUCKSTARWARSANYWAY #ISTILLLOVEYOUCOMEBACKBABY #TXTMEFORAUDITIONREEL
@SkinnyNerd : YES. Also, units on the Y-axis.
Obligatory : Best not to ask what he was hanging the toilet roll on in the meantime.
On Death Watch
REMEMBER MAN AS YOU WALK BY
AS YOU ARE NOW SO ONCE WAS I
AS I AM NOW SO SHALL YOU BE
BUT WITH LESS FOLLOWERS, PROBABLY
#YOLO #BESTEPITAPH #MEMENTOMMMBORING
@KarenUhOh : (insert "back and to the left" joke here)
I always go into the fiction part of the New Yorker thinking "oh, I don't really like modern non-genre fiction" but then I invariably end up loving whatever they published this month.
The lining up with an actual event, that I didn't know about before I finished this one. That's fucking brilliant / horrible, and I like this piece even more now.
@Karl Norby : Control groups are for fusty ol' scientists, not rough-and-ready engineers.