Really @MARTASERVICE@twitter.com @MARTAPolice@twitter.com ? Proselytizing in the AIRPORT train station?

Pardon my language, but that's fucking despicable. You should be ashamed.

RT @StoryCorps@twitter.com

This season of the StoryCorps podcast highlights voices. 15 years ago, Massachusetts became the first state to legalize same-sex marriage. In our first episode, get to know the trailblazers behind this landmark court case.
storycor.ps/2HmO6fi
Art by Michael Caines

🐦🔗: twitter.com/StoryCorps/status/

It's his birthday today so I'm wearing our ring again.

I miss you, Adam. Almost two years gone, but it still feels like you were just here yesterday.

Hey @MARTASERVICE@twitter.com @MARTAPolice@twitter.com so you're licensing snake oil vendors now? (Today, 11 am, Edgewood/Candler Park station.)

I definitely don't appreciate sectarian proselytization in my public transit system.

Hey @MARTASERVICE@twitter.com @MARTAPolice@twitter.com so you're licensing snake oil vendors now? (Today, 11 am, Edgewood/Candler Park station.)

Had an Impossible Burger by @ImpossibleFoods@twitter.com at @TheVortexATL@twitter.com and...

...this is disturbingly amazing.

No wonder there's a shortage.

Day 7: I accepted a challenge from @tsfardea@twitter.com to post covers of 7 books I love. No explanations or reviews, just the cover. I don't do the "nominate your friends" thing, but feel free to do the same challenge!

Day 6: I accepted a challenge from @tsfardea@twitter.com to post covers of 7 books I love. No explanations or reviews, just the cover. I don't do the "nominate your friends" thing, but feel free to do the same challenge!

Day 5: I accepted a challenge from @tsfardea@twitter.com to post covers of 7 books I love. No explanations or reviews, just the cover. I don't do the "nominate your friends" thing, but feel free to do the same challenge!

Day 4: I accepted a challenge from @tsfardea@twitter.com to post covers of 7 books I love. No explanations or reviews, just the cover. I don't do the "nominate your friends" thing, but feel free to do the same challenge!

But Commodore didn't have a particularly stable history. It is, in many ways, a case study of how not to do product development and marketing from the mid-1980s onward. Promising products cancelled or delayed, and unwanted products brought to market only to flop hard. /c

Others know of the Amiga, developed independently by exiles from Atari, then bought by Commodore to put the concept into production. The Amiga (later called the Amiga 1000 as the product line expanded) was considered the first "creative" system, designed for multimedia. /c

Most people have heard of the Commodore 64, its flagship computer introduced in 1982, which sold around 15 million units worldwide. Today, everyone has a computer in their pocket, but at that time, most homes had, at best, a primitive game console like the Atari VCS-2600. /c

25 years ago today, Commodore International didn't open its doors for business in the morning, after filing for bankruptcy the day before. But without them, you might not be as attached to technology as you are today.

…Long form article of this thread: medium.com/@ToddVierling/an-ep

Day 3: I accepted a challenge from @tsfardea@twitter.com to post covers of 7 books I love. No explanations or reviews, just the cover. I don't do the "nominate your friends" thing, but feel free to do the same challenge!

Day 2: I accepted a challenge from @tsfardea@twitter.com to post covers of 7 books I love. No explanations or reviews, just the cover. I don't do the "nominate your friends" thing, but feel free to do the same challenge!

Day 1: I accepted a challenge from @tsfardea@twitter.com to post covers of 7 books I love. No explanations or reviews, just the cover. I don't do the "nominate your friends" thing, but feel free to do the same challenge!

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