Fight the Humor Deficit! Make fun of people on Twidder!

I have to admit that I have come to like Twidder more than I do Fezbook. Maybe it’s because Fezbook has come to seem kind of unwieldy. I can’t easily find all the comments from people that are actually relevant to a discussion I am having with them, because Fezbook seems to want to give me hundreds of obscure notifications for every one that is part of an ongoing discussion with friends.

Meanwhile over on Twidder, I get a healthy (um…maybe not) dose of news, connection with other panda fans, and connections with other people in the kid lit and writing communities at large. And then there are the snarky parody accounts…

We must fight the humor deficit with every pun at our disposal!!!!

What’s that you say, Bob? He has responsibilities?

And meanwhile, we are about to launch the next phase of the Panda Pin Project over at Kickstarter! If you’ve been following along, you’ll see that it’s going to launch at noon (PDT) today!!! So get ready…get set…not yet…this link is just a preview until the project launches at noon!

Be the (Bubba) Bear
Bob T Panda

2 thoughts on “Fight the Humor Deficit! Make fun of people on Twidder!

  1. Aimee W

    Where to begin… Love the quotation marks, Charles S. Pierce uses an * to the same effect. I never trusted Fezbook and they have certainly validated that mistrust. Twidder has it’s own problems, but it is much better and much funnier. (as long as you don’t use the word “die” in association with a public figure :{ ) The DevinCow account has spawned even more funny accounts to follow – and probably more lawsuits. Sigh, so many thin-skinned bullies in public office these days. I digress… I’ll be watching kickstarter!

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Huzzah!I learned the use of “semi appropriate” quotation marks from Lynda Barry, a wonderful cartoonist and fine artist who used to live in Seattle. I think she now lives in Wisconsin. She is a guiding light for my humor.

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