The Twitter Collection

In keeping with my plan to do at least a weekly update but also recognizing that the things I’m working on need more time to simmer, I give you the inaugural Twitter Collection post. Part of my Twitter stream is devoted to post updates, but sometimes I just have small, random thoughts or things to share that just aren’t fitting (or just not quite ready) for a full blog post. So here are a few older things you missed if you’re not following @TheLTtweet (for newer things, just look to the right).

It's a good system.
It’s a good system.

 

The post for this movie is still getting more hits per month than anything else.
The post for this movie is still getting more hits per month than anything else.

 

I found this out while doing "research" for my "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" review.
I found this out while doing “research” for my Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter review.

 

Even when I get bored of Caskett and all the obstacles related to that 'ship, I never get bored of Ryan. Or Perlmutter, who should be on the show more often. (I was really tired of Ryan's floppy hair though. If you're not Hugh Grant, you probably can't do the floppy hair.)
Even when I get bored of Caskett and all the obstacles related to that ‘ship, I never get bored of Ryan. Or Perlmutter, who should be on the show more often. (I was really tired of Ryan’s floppy hair though. If you’re not Hugh Grant, you probably can’t do the floppy hair.)

 

It's such a good show. Kelsey Grammer, Patricia Heaton, Ty Burrell, Fred Willard and Josh Gad all work at a TV news station.
It’s such a good show. Kelsey Grammer, Patricia Heaton, Ty Burrell, Fred Willard and Josh Gad all work at a TV news station.

 

And sometimes I join the masses with a good retweet:

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Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is way better than you’d think

abevampWhen contemplating Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, the question has to come up — “Didn’t Lincoln do enough? Do we really need to make him a vampire hunter, too?” The answer, of course, is “No, no we don’t.” But since we did, it may as well be good. And on that front, this movie based on Seth Grahame-Smith’s novel (he also wrote the screenplay) delivers. Seriously, I’m almost embarrassed by how much I enjoyed it.

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