We looked inside some of the tweets by @Bayl3rat and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
There are more devices connected to the internet than there are people on the entire planet.
“I’m gonna ban that shit when I’m mayor,” @AndrewYang says as a guy revs engine loudly as he kicks off campaign event. Also says his kids gave him crappy Father’s Day cards
Happy-go-lucky frontrunner shows his true colors when he's behind in the polls: https://t.co/Cq4fPDmMfT
New: This GOP businesswoman’s firm was behind the “Italygate” conspiracy theory letter that Mark Meadows pushed to DOJ. The day after the election, she sat for a TV interview in a $30m Va. mansion that she said was her home. It wasn’t. She is a realtor. https://t.co/UPguQP3dFO
This is an utterly depressing read. https://t.co/sbFUjkkGOj
Perhaps this is banal to point out, but Ebert deserves so much praise for the way he treated “genre” filmmaking, especially pop-genre stuff — always willing to give the benefit of the doubt and judge a work on its own terms, while never compromising his beliefs
Ebert gave 4 stars to both Shoah and Lethal Weapon. https://t.co/scyxbpp58J
@BauerOutage The machine you're describing for spraying balls exists. In breweries, we call them twist rinsers. It's a twisting tunnel that inverts cans for rinsing with water. Adapt for balls with sticky tack and you can have consistent baseballs by the end of day tomorrow. https://t.co/vHBxitUgzv
12 bullets fired. Only 3 hit the intended target. None of them were fatal. Meanwhile, look at the everlasting trauma this psychopath created for all of the people in this video, including a 5-year old boy and a 10-year old girl. https://t.co/9LdW46gnwG
Trump appointed his daughter and son-in-law to senior advisory roles. Children and other relatives of Biden’s aides get administration jobs, too. https://t.co/MSoviBOnku
Washington, D.C. is littered with people who got their jobs through their family connections. It would be great if that weren't the case: https://t.co/PBXq57T6TV
The morning after George Floyd’s death—before cable networks had picked up the video—Kushner told a senior staff meeting that the story was about to dominate. Mark Meadows brushed it off. “Nobody is going to care about that,” Meadows said. Buy the book! https://t.co/JNQGy3eXPc https://t.co/M4UcXVtZCo
On his deathbed, Kushner will still be leaking to reporters that he was the smartest guy in the room. This quote is absurd: https://t.co/C6OUFthWnQ