Hillary Clinton has reportedly scored a deal with Simon & Schuster to pen a book about her time as Secretary of State. What difference does it make? Well, in terms of literary value, probably not much. But if we’re talking about hashtag game potential? That’s a different story.
CNN’s Jake Tapper asked Twitterers to submit suggested titles for the tome, and boy, did they deliver:
#HillaryBookTitles 50 Ways to Break Your Husband’s Cigar Habit
— Lara (@fuh_rillz) April 4, 2013
#HillaryBookTitles And you thought only Bill could lie under oath…
— Susan(@Susanfromohio) April 4, 2013
#HillaryBookTitles “Head in the Sand…My view of the world around me”
— HeBeGeeBee (@Gbpakrfan1) April 4, 2013
The Audacity of My Husband #HillaryBookTitles
— WEN(D)Y (@TXCupCake) April 4, 2013
#HillaryBookTitles Vast Right Wing Conspiracies & other Fairy Tales
— Jennifer Hall (@jenjhall) April 4, 2013
— aGinTexas (@ag_texas) April 4, 2013
#HillaryBookTitles Hillary Clinton and the Chamber of Secrets
— Spencer Finch (@spencerfinchgop) April 4, 2013
— John Q Public (@JohnQPublicJR) April 4, 2013
#hillarybooktitles Stand by your man when it can further your agenda
— Leda_Saved (@Ledamaae) April 4, 2013
What Difference at This Point, Does The Constitution Make? #HillaryBookTitles
— Pete Sake (@politicope) April 4, 2013
Many of the submissions were Benghazigate-related — and rightly so:
#HillaryBookTitles What difference does my incompetence make?
— Armed Benghazi Fruit (@2012Pineapple) April 4, 2013
#HillaryBookTitles Asleep at the wheel: How I wound up under the bus.
— Robert Van Dusen (@treboryaj1) April 4, 2013
— Scott Whitlock (@ScottJW) April 4, 2013
#HillaryBookTitles I Have No Specific Recollection. (How To Testify Without Incriminating Yourself)
— Gravypants (@Graveepants) April 4, 2013
#HillaryBookTitles Foolproof Steps to Successfully Faking a Migraine When in Fear of Facing the Truth
— Lara (@fuh_rillz) April 4, 2013
Stand By Your Men: Obfuscating from Monica to Benghazi #HillaryBookTitles
— BrianWollet (@BrianWollet) April 4, 2013
#HillaryBookTitles it Takes a Village to Cover Up Benghazi
— Sarahtonin (@Sarahtonin0) April 4, 2013
— Razor (@hale_razor) April 4, 2013
Some people noticed another hilarious reason for tweeting out such a photo.
I like that CNN is tweeting a picture of ebola bacteria. It will be handy in case I encounter it in the wild. With my microscope vision.
— Sarah (@andsarah2) September 30, 2014
Virus MT @andsarah2: I like CNN is tweeting a picture of ebola bacteria. Handy in case I encounter it in the wild. W my microscope vision
— Todd Zwillich (@toddzwillich) October 1, 2014
The sentiment remains the same.
— Fez Gu-I'M DAISY (@vampricyoda) October 1, 2014
Thanks @CNN for tweeting a picture of ebola bacteria. I will finally get to use my microscope that I always have attached to my hip.
— Amy Piskator (@runamyrunn) October 1, 2014
Thanks for tweeting a photo of the Ebola virus, CNN. Now I'll know exactly what it looks like when I encounter it in real life.
— Allison James (@ALLISONofabitch) October 1, 2014
In the meantime, be warned:
— Frank (@frankandrus) October 1, 2014
Never change, Twitter.
Towering more than 500 feet above the English Channel, the chalk-white cliffs of Seven Sisters Country Park might just be the world’s most beautiful (and dangerous) tourist attraction.
And despite the perilous dangers involved, tourists from near and far have taken to the oceanside cliffs for a walk on the wild side. The Seven Sisters cliffs are the chalky remnants of dry valleys which are slowly eroding. There have been multiple cliff collapses over the course of the last year, and most notably, a large chunk of cliff measuring in at over 250 feet feel straight into the sea back in May.
Despite the danger of cliff collapses, the Seven Sisters are not fenced off, thus attracting daredevil tourists to push their limits all for the sake of a one-of-a-kind photo.
Don’t look down, otherwise this adventure might be your last.
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Is it ever really a good day to promote Vox’s work? No. But this day is a particularly bad one. Too bad Tara McGuinness didn’t think of that:
Do yourself a favor, cupcake, and next time, save yourself the added embarrassment and check Twitchy first.
David Draiman, vocalist for the bands Device and Disturbed, was a vocal critic of Roger Waters after a recent concert during which the Star of David was displayed on an inflatable pig, and he’s not buying Waters’ explanation.
One Twitter user asked Draiman if he cared to retract his criticism of Waters.
Draiman’s answer? Not so much.
So, the answer to the tweeter’s question would be a solid “no.”