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“I pop 20 of them and just feel OK," Martha Stewart said, “but some of my friends do two and feel high.” America’s foremost domestic goddess has a new line of CBD gummies. https://t.co/zOVp97TbT9
Note that one of the four pairs of quotation marks here is straight, while the other three are curly. https://t.co/PrcPr421JB
@nytimes "is" is a grammatical error in this sentence: Today, those microscopic strands are being repurposed as biodegradable textiles like the Dutch designer Aniela Hoitink’s 3-D-molded MycoTEX . . . and Reishi, developed by . . . MycoWorks and is as buttery as leather. @ligayamishan https://t.co/yqYjqKNfnx
Wildfires in west put young lungs at risk. How fires pose peril for children's airwaves https://t.co/LXwfdW0cF0
*airways. "airwaves" are radio frequencies used for radio and antenna TV broadcasting. Children don't have them. You Times social media people should really all quit and get a job tweeting animal videos or sub-literate gibberish about Kendall Jenner's latest eye liner. https://t.co/2VOyATgmuc
@nytimes This single quotation mark in your transcript of Kimmel's monologue is a typo (unless you want to add one before "why" in that sentence). Zoom should be capitalized in "zoom school"; it's the name of a company/program. @SopanDeb https://t.co/bG4Jn3km54
It's been a bad year for lungs. Wildfires in the Pacific Northwest now threaten the airwaves of young people, as Covid-19 poses a particular threat to the lungs of the elderly and infirm. https://t.co/ZOA8xW7Ja2
Surely the Times social media team has seen this correction by now, so they must have decided they would rather leave a tweet with a lot of engagement up than correct a gibberish misquote of a Supreme Court Justice. https://t.co/N0lCzfRxcX