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Connie Lynne
I can teach you to fold a fitted sheet flat. Please use she or they pronouns.
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Favio R. Caminatti 1h
It's FALSE that "less than 1%" of immigrants released from CBP come back to their Court hearings. The most relevant study on this matter (by California Law Review, analyzed gov data 2001-16) found that 86% of family members released from custody attended ALL of their hearings...
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Connie Lynne 2h
Replying to @clynnexx
Effectively, you just hesitate on the space between the words rather than getting stuck on a sound. I've never seen someone do that on TV. Makes me feel kind of seen.
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Connie Lynne 2h
Oh wow. I just saw Biden do a "pause-check" of his stutter on live TV in his closing remark. I don't know what other people call it, but it's a little hitch you do when you feel yourself beginning to stammer, but were in-between words so you can quickly gather yourself.
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Connie Lynne 3h
Replying to @aaron_turon
Oh thank you! I've felt like I'm stumbling over my own shoes all day today. <3
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Connie Lynne 7h
Argh. I'm full of M O O D today. Part of it is that someone who was awful to me just had something really good happen to them (hello, vagueness), and part is hormones. Ultimately, I am currently convinced that I'm fucking up left and right, and also that I annoy everyone.
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Connie Lynne 20h
Replying to @log1kal
Me 2020: I Already Fed You
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Connie Lynne Oct 20
Replying to @arc315
Right? I mean, congratulations on being the work-from-home Louis CK, I guess, but no matter how popular you are, it turns out there are lines you should have avoided crossing.
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Connie Lynne Oct 20
Replying to @clynnexx
... Hm. I guess I'm mad.
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Connie Lynne Oct 20
Replying to @clynnexx
But probably not. Probably people will keep going "oh well, he just didn't understand that he was on camera." As if the technology, and not the man, was the problem.
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Connie Lynne Oct 20
Replying to @clynnexx
The fact that some powerful old dude got caught and is now being castigated across social media shows that maybe, finally, those asshats whose lunchtime porn browsing forced sexual imagery on us when we didn't want it will fucking stop, or get actual consequences.
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Connie Lynne Oct 20
Replying to @clynnexx
Yes, I know folks take calls in the bathroom. Everyone taking calls in the bathroom or browsing porn at the office knows they are doing something inappropriate, and might get caught. "People do it" isn't an excuse. You took the risk, you bear the consequences.
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Connie Lynne Oct 20
Replying to @clynnexx
There's lots of things that your coworkers have a reasonable expectation of never sharing with you. WFH doesn't change that. Yes, I know lots of people do sexual stuff at work. The amount of porn I cleaned off folks' office computers when IT support was my job showed me that.
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Connie Lynne Oct 20
Replying to @clynnexx
He's a damn lawyer. He knew fully the risks and consequences of getting caught, and decided the thrill was worth it. Censuring that doesn't make me a prude, it makes me someone who isn't a fan of non-consensually involving others in your sex life. Yes, even if that's your kink.
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Connie Lynne Oct 20
Replying to @clynnexx
The number of people painting this as somehow an unfortunate accident of technological fumbling, or the dangers of WFH, are really missing the point. This wasn't a technological problem. This was a "some dude chose to go WAY outside the boundaries of good judgement" problem.
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Connie Lynne Oct 20
You've gotta be kidding me. 1. Occam's Razor suggests the simplest explanation. "Bad judgement," by itself, is simple. 2. If I were stupid & unprofessional enough to masturbate at work, knowing a call was active on my computer (muted or not) I'd expect and deserve mockery.
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Connie Lynne Oct 20
I remember you reporting on that! I almost bought one, but they were sold out. I guess my priciest splurge is the Fancy French Sofa. WHICH I LOVE. And I have spent a lot of time on this sofa thanks to C19.
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Connie Lynne Oct 19
Replying to @Daniel_Walin
The accompanying illustrations are GOLD. “PLUK”
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Connie Lynne Oct 19
Replying to @nicolefv @kefimochi
I really love this, you can wear your past successes to help you make your next one!
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Connie Lynne Oct 19
Replying to @nicolefv @kefimochi
YESS! Dammit, I miss conferences.
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Connie Lynne Oct 19
Replying to @nicolefv @kefimochi
Nicole this is brilliant
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