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Inside 100 Tweets
Over the span of 16 days, the London Olympics generated 150 million tweets.
In Margate and a curious theme is emerging: --the weather is shit --no one can swim because a pumping station got struck by lightning and sewage was redirected into the sea --last night I saw a drunk man typing 'poo' into the searchbar of a jukebox
Music Union had announced that over 100 musicians ended their lives in Turkey during the pandemic due to economic troubles. Due to ban on musical performances after 00.00, entertainment venues will have to close at the designated hour and hire fewer musicians. https://t.co/yHzFI2xaM4 https://t.co/mepfjgjQOB
It's like they don't want Russian tourists to ever come back. The "animation" biz is a big one in Antalya and no Russian worth their salt is going to bed at midnight every night on their holiday https://t.co/o1f0Q7nj7o
Exclusive: Amazon is destroying millions of items of unsold stock in one of its UK warehouses every year, an ITV News investigation has uncovered. Many of the products - including smart TVs and laptops - are often new and unused. https://t.co/OJjexB0YQd #AmazonWaste https://t.co/UR7XrLWvIM
As Moscow recorded 9,000 new coronavirus infections, more than 1,700 people were hospitalised with Covid-19 during the same period according to the official national task force response. A 20% cases-to-hospitalisation ratio. https://t.co/ovI0B9p61d
implies cases much higher (or some new crazy variant) https://t.co/us4cwvRiO1
'It is not just Sappho, Ovid, Verlaine, Rimbaud, Thomas Mann, Proust, or Shakespeare's work (currently part of the national curriculum in Hungary), but e.g. poems by Mihály Babits, Sándor Weöres, György Faludy containing erotic references may also be banned', acc to the new law https://t.co/iTS3Uge2LK