The Past Week via Twitter: 2012-05-27

  • omg RT @brainpicker: Headline of the day: "Frat boys burning text books to celebrate graduation burn down frat house" http://t.co/kN23Jz1G #
  • Verily indeed. RT @TweetsofOld: Verily, this has been a week of sunshine, rain, wind, thunder and lightning. NC1889 #
  • When I don't want to go alone, I hope I remember this RT @BlunderfulDay: "The secret to my success is never waiting for someone to join me." #
  • Retweeted for truth lol RT @PhillyD: The worst thing about morning traffic is its often on the way to some place you'd rather not go. #
  • I hope to gods this is true. RT @AdviceToWriters: The most beautiful stories always start with wreckage. JACK LONDON #writing #
  • I DO NOT LIKE SURPRISES. AT ALL. EVER. In fact, I might even go so far as to say I HATE SURPRISES. #
  • @Dredgly yes, actually. really unhappy about it. -_- in reply to Dredgly #
  • @Dredgly hahaha how did you know? in reply to Dredgly #
  • Obadiah Stane-> Iron Monger-> Ezekiel Stane-> Howard Stark-> Justine Hammer-> Edwin Jarvis-> War Machine-> Mockingbird-> Hawkeye-> Henry Pym #
  • RT @AdviceToWriters: Writing is the hardest way of earning a living, with the possible exception of wrestling alligators. OLIN MILLER #
  • RT @maymaym: "#Love is the extra effort we make in our dealings with those that we do not like." http://t.co/iHdrs0fj Hm… /via @wyrdbyrd #
  • RT @maymaym: RT @wanderingpirate: @relsqui…If not beholden to hegemonic #relationship scripts, why beholden to hegemonic #breakup scripts? #
  • Good idea. RT @AdviceToWriters: I always work on two things at a time. When one goes flat, I turn to the other. STEPHEN BIRMINGHAM #writing #
  • @larsonjake self policing is one thing; having a company do it for you because of someone's "morals" is another. Google did the right thing. in reply to larsonjake #
  • RT @yaoipress: http://t.co/xKdAZAEB #yaoi Duncan Heights Reviews Beloved 4490! "a good mix of plot and sex" CLICKY http://t.co/3sZNhMqx #
  • RT @QuoteGym: “Decide what you want, decide what you are willing to exchange for it. Establish your priorities and go to work.” ~H.L. Hunt #
  • RT @AdviceToWriters: Show up. Get to work even when you don’t feel like writing—especially when you don’t feel like writing. DANIEL H. PINK #

Viannah E. Duncan

Viannah E. Duncan is a writer and activist hailing originally from Los Angeles. She lives outside of Baltimore, Maryland, and holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Wilkes University. She has a cat, Cleo.

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