The bluebirds of snappiness?
Just build your restaurant inside a Faraday Cage. Then no twitter & no cellphone use.
That all depends upon the size of the grid on the cage unless you make it gridless.
You can’t just sweep them out. You have to step on them repeatedly until all their followers drop off.
I always say Twitter is for twits. And so we have the Twit in Chief
Yup, sometimes you have to just be with the people you are physically with. Plenty of time to be a Twit when you are on your own.
Well, I was going to order the tweety pie with curmudgeon coffee but it was probably too tweet anyway.
“Poisonninnngggg pigeons in the park…” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3NJ8D5gPWY
They must be using a DCI firewall to block anything that has the words: like, omg, lol …
So, what IS the bag limit on Twitter Birds in D.C. this year??
Be interesting to see what is on the menu, too.
Someone needs to take away Twump’s phone.
If it helps get Trump kicked out of office, I’ll become a big fan if Twitter. I’ll never use it, but I’ll sure be glad Trump did.
I’d like me an order of curmudgeon to go, with a side of spleen and some vitriol sauce! And hold the pickle!
Curmudgeon: a bad-tempered or surly person. The short definition of Wiley’s personality?
@TRIPW If you’re not peeved, you’re not paying attention.
Better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than speak and remove all doubt. The Orange Sphincter is incapable of deciphering what the means; gawd bless Twitter.
Just line the walls, ceiling and floors with an inch or so of lead.
One day soon, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook will join together and be called YouTwitFace!
Having just returned a few minutes ago, from and extended weekend, off the grid , in my casa de campo, I have to say that Wiley’s drawn my type of restaurant.
Four wonderful peaceful and quiet days out in nature, in a house made of bamboo and cane, with no phone, no internet, no television, may not be everyone’s idea of a good time… but it sure is mine !
I bought a device several years ago at Amazon for a friend that blocks all Cell reception in her restaurant. She later told me how much her diners enjoyed themselves upon being liberated fro their cells. She said people were more polite to wait-staff and the evening went very smoothly. And best of all very few people seemed to mind. After that first night she put up a polite sign saying there was no cell service and business has never been better.
I’ve been working at being a curmudgeon my whole life…Gettin’ pretty good at it if I say so my self…