Godfrey Elfwick (who was banned from Twitter) welcomes her back. (I suspect that the same person is behind both satire accounts.)
Reflections from Titania xirself:
Indeed, Twitter’s modus operandi appears to involve routinely silencing those who defend social justice and enabling those who spread hate. In my short time on the platform, I have regularly come across hate speech from the sort of unreconstructed bigots who believe that there are only two genders, or that Islam is not a race. It’s got to the point where if someone doesn’t have “anti-fascist” in their bio, it’s safest to assume that they’re a fascist.
The permanent suspension only lasted for a day, but the experience was traumatic and lasting. I now understand how Nelson Mandela felt. If anything, my ordeal was even more damaging. Mandela may have had to endure 27 years of incarceration, but at least his male privilege protected him from ever having to put up with mansplaining, or being subject to wolf-whistling by grubby proles on a building site.
She is a true martyr.
She is criticized for decorating the WH for the holidays with the skulls of her enemies.
Really? Honestly, this just makes me like her more.
Some useful tips from Jim Treacher:
According to the robot programmed by a liberal, if you want to talk to somebody about hot-button issues over Thanksgiving dinner, the only acceptable responses are to agree with the liberal or to avoid openly disagreeing with the liberal. Anything else and you’re just an angry uncle.
But you don’t need some stupid bot to help you out, right? You’ve got a stupid blogger right here! Here are a few of my tips for getting through Thanksgiving dinner with people who disagree with you even though you’re absolutely sure you’re right.
But the most important advice remains Sonny Bunch’s.
The joy of Thanksgiving, when you get to tell your whole family that they’re fascists.
No, this isn’t about the upper stage. Glad someone is asking the important questions:
The replies are great.
Three reasons it’s a bad idea.
I’m not sure he’s entirely serious.
[Update a while later]
Related: Why Leftists become thugs:
What turns people into wicked punks while they no doubt continue to believe themselves to be decent and good? Bad ideas, that’s what, ideas that give people license to answer words and policies with terror. What’s the bad idea on the left? Control. The notion that the left’s cause is so righteous it needs to pay no mind to liberty but simply deserves to win by any means necessary. Let five judges on the Supreme Court make law and damn the “outdated” Constitution. Give unelected bureaucracies like the EPA the power to regulate people’s lives without appeal or oversight. Give ignoble gnomes like Peter Strzok the wherewithal to criminalize the political opposition. And of course, bring on the socialism: a philosophy that declares a person’s work, his time, his life, his property belong not to him but to the state. Control.
[Update a few minutes later]
Sarah Hoyt: The Left misunderstands the Constitution. Again.
The power-hungry Left loses its cool. Though “power-hungry Left” is redundant.
[Late evening update]
Glenn has a good point on how Leftists become thugs. Maybe the causation goes the other way.
Thoughts from Terry Gilliam and Ed Driscoll. I remember (barely) That Was The Week That Was.
This hash tag is trending, so I thought I’d reprint a classic from my early days of blogging. Some of the references may be obscure to those who don’t remember the media coverage of the day. Continue reading Second Civil War Letters
I’ve known Dave for decades, but this is the first time I’ve seen these.
I particularly like 39(s):
39. Any exploration program which “just happens” to include a new launch vehicle is, de facto, a launch vehicle program.
39. (alternate formulation) The three keys to keeping a new human space program affordable and on schedule:
1) No new launch vehicles.
2) No new launch vehicles.
3) Whatever you do, don’t develop any new launch vehicles.
Shame that NASA and Congress can’t learn this.
A guideline to how to woke-ify it, from Frank Fleming (who has a new book out), over at Sarah Hoyt’s place.
[Update a few minutes later]
Yes, this is a problem I’ve always had, too:
This one is going to be harder for some than others. Sarah Hoyt has been pretty good about this, while I have always struggled. But if at all possible, when you sit down to write, don’t be a straight white male. It’s not that there’s anything wrong with being a straight white male — you were born that way, no fault of your own — it’s just that everyone hates you. So stop it.
I don’t think I’m even going to work on that one.
[Update a couple minutes later]
Sarah has some blurbs about the book.