I just spit out my coffee laughing https://t.co/giKvLiLdSB
— Julie Kedzie (@julesk_fighter) May 15, 2017
Here’s the question of the day from a Washington Post Magazine reporter interviewing a 9-year-old:
Things are getting dark at Washington Post Magazine pic.twitter.com/9mNZj2t3jr
— Ned Oliver (@nedoliver) May 14, 2017
It’s real, and it’s spectacular:
— Gareth Davies (@Gareth_Davies09) May 15, 2017
— Mikey Smith (@mikeysmith) May 15, 2017
That’s something else.
@nedoliver Advice? Quit your job so kids fortunate to be featured don't get dragged into your personal depressing hell. Total garbage.
— Bob Kronbauer (@BobKronbauer) May 15, 2017
— Albert Lanier (@CriticInc) May 15, 2017
I keep reading this and laughing all over again. https://t.co/VjGwwWEwjp
— S. Alexander Smith (@The_SAlexander) May 14, 2017
— Ruth Schwager (@RubyWrites23) May 15, 2017
I laughed really hard, and then I felt terrible. https://t.co/H31Drfh7eQ
— RedKamehameha? (@LeftyPeasant) May 15, 2017
— Tyler Roberts (@tylrrbrts) May 15, 2017
Democracy Dies in a Dark Mood https://t.co/EFf4bCWWIe
— Cranky Gordon (@CrankyGordon) May 15, 2017
The writer's twitter bio states: 'The Washington Post keeps not firing me' https://t.co/ItlTrrAWQh
— Rex Martinich (@RexMartinich) May 15, 2017
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