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25 Geeks NOT to Follow on Twitter

Since I was on the list of the 100 geeks to follow on Twitter, I thought it would be appropriate to give a little attention to the other side of that particular equation.

The 25 Geeks NOT to Follow on Twitter

1. @DrunkenStalker

2. @MoroseOldBoyfriend

3. @IHeartBoogers

4. @AynRandBoyToy

5. @EnterTheBasement

6. @Cats6Catboxes0

7. @BobaFart

8. @IDontBlink

9. @BathingInMayo

10. @MyVoicesSayKill

11. @BrowncoatBrownshirt

12. @OneShower1985

13. @MyEyesYrBoobs

14. @USENETsMostWanted

15. @MomSezImSocialized

16. @LiveLongAndPerspire

17. @JobsGatesSlashFan

18. @ThatSmellIsMe

19. @SpksOnlyElvish

20. @WhatzNMyColon

21. @OwnzAZune

22. @CuddlePileReviewer

23. @MuggleMugger

24. @PolyDesperate

25. @2Girls1Tweet

By John Scalzi

I enjoy pie.

54 replies on “25 Geeks NOT to Follow on Twitter”

Some of those could form the basis of a really amusing twitterfiction project.

If I wasn’t a lazy bastard, I’d start the sad, sad story of miss @PolyDesperate in tweet form.

Unfortunately, MomSezImSocialized is too long for twitter.
I bet that list will no longer be accurate by tomorrow, especially if they’re taken up by mostly your followers.

Steve @3
Okay, I’m going to show my age here. Is “twitterfiction” a real thing? If not, I could see how a clever writer could produce an interesting story to be delivered in “real time” over twitter. Is anybody doing that? I’ve never actually used twitter myself.

Johnny@14: It is either a real thing, or I just invented it and can take credit when someone less lazy actually does it.

Kai@10: If it weren’t for the misspelling, it would sound like an Iain Banks ship name.

Scalzi, I thought we agreed that you would use your powers only for good?

Apparently I was misinformed.

BobaFart is now loose in the twitterverse, and the rest are sure to follow like the evil Golden Army. You’ve opened a gateway into a dimension of evilness that cannot be closed.

I hope you’re happy.

I am admitting now here in front of the Whatever universe that I don’t get the attraction of twittering although I do see the humor in the list of names. Not earning my geek cred today.

I guess that means…

I’m now officially an old fart ready to tell kids to stay the hell off my lawn. I do have an AARP card.

waving my cane in the air… 8 P

Twitterfiction: @Wendell_Howe is a fictitious time traveller who is tweeting from 1877 San Francisco presently. @thaumatrope is an edited publication – many tweets are stand-alone stories, and there are some serials. And @readmybook is posting his entire unpublished SF novel, a few tweets at a time. There have also been mass fiction events, some of which used the tag #tfe (for twitter fiction event).

#20 Jim

Well you could always make up a T-shirt for CafePress or whatnot of “AynRandBoyToy” caption and the jacket picture of Scalzi from his novels ;) castigation ummm maybe
/evil mode off/

Good Gravy, Vulture, don’t encourage him.

Remember, in addition to creating the porcine/feline hybrid and unleashing the above named evil army of evil upon the world, Scalzi is the guy who once commissioned a velvet Wesley.

An AynRandBoyToy T-shirt would only make him laugh manically, order a lot of a hundred, and hand them out to Cosplay furries at the next Worldcon. The man is nefarious.

Which, of course, explains his general appeal.

20. Jim Wright – I know you know John better than we do, and even *I* know he uses his powers for much more than good – he uses them for FUN!

And, according to Arthur Bach, “Fun is the most important thing to have!”

JimWright, I know about those! I got one on the back of a box of breakfast cereal, but I acidentally ate the decoder ring. It was an evil cipher, indeed.

@MyEyesYrBoobs has been following me for years.

@ BrentSpiner recently finished tweeting a sort of noir/mystery thing that started with him waking up in the asylum. Quite fun.

Regarding Twitterfiction, another example is Jeph Jacques of Questionable Content, who has created profiles for most of his major characters where he has them interact. And if you check it out from work, do NOT open any of Pintsize’s links.

I was working on some more Twitterers NOT to Follow myself, like @heckraiser and @cannibalrights, when I started thinking about Scalzi’s book titles.

@agenttothestars is a suspended account (John, have you been taunting Twitter?) so I started with some variations for SCALZI SOCKPUPPETS NOT TO FOLLOW ON TWITTER.
@agenttothealien
@oldmanatwar
@ghostbrigadeer
@thelastcolonic
@thesagandairy
@zoewithatail
@androiddreamer
@hatemailgrader

Don’t forget @stickofbutter.

If I were more creative, I’d go grab that one and start tweeting it. (Thereby, again, confirming Stross’s assertion that ideas are easy, it’s the execution that’s hard.)

By the way, does anyone know if John Scalvi has a twitter account?

How would “2girls1tweet” even work, anyway? (Bear in mind that I haven’t actually seen the related shock image, and would like to remain blissfully ignorant.)

Fletcher, I’m not sure how you fend off curiosity, knowing how it is rumored to be one of the most disturbing things ever (rightfully so), but kudos to you. I was caught unawares when I was “made” to see it.

And I have no idea how it would work on Twitter. I’m just glad it’s not there! lol.

Fletcher@46: I was sandbagged into watching that and was violently ill the rest of the night. I clicked it off just as the worst of it began (about 15 seconds in).

But it’s truly comic effects became apparent on FAMILY GUY when Brian made Stewie watch it. I’m not sure what was funnier: Stewie’s eye-bulging reaction to what he was seeing or Brian laughing at him.

Gotta give this one to the dog.

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