Twitter lends itself to monocausal parataxis: you pick your preferred explanation, articulate it in the punchiest way you can, and then retweet everyone who sees it your way. And … and … and….
Fit models refer to each other with first names because they rarely know each other’s last names. Bonnie is Bonnie 34B. There is Julie 34C, Katie 34D, a Casey 34DD, a Jessica 38C, and so on.
A man who got rich selling out his stake in a cat picture website is teaming up with a woman who founded a failed housecleaning company to imagine the future of cities. They’re backed by advisor and investor Peter Thiel, perhaps best known for his interest in—besides seasteading—using the blood of the young to extend the life of the old, speculating about whether extending the right to vote to women was bad for democracy, and secretly funding lawsuits against journalists.