MAYDAY 1643: THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 2020

“Enter the dragon. And a ghost — writer. That’s where Twitter’s algorithm comes in; in the serial linking of tweets into storytelling,

larger units. The result has been nothing less than epic poetry, surprisingly prosaic, in its ability, to mimic — great, storytelling.”

“The serial linking of tweets into storytelling larger units. The result has been nothing less than epic poetry surprisingly prosaic in

its ability to mimic, great storytelling. Enter chachomanopapa.wordpress.com. That’s where Twitter’s algorithm … comes in.”

“That’s where Twitter’s algorithm, comes in. The serial linking of tweets into storytelling larger units. The product — a sensation;

nothing less than poetry, epic, surprisingly prosaic, in its mimicry, of great, storytelling.

“That’s where Twitter’s algorithm, comes in. The serial linking of tweets into storytelling larger units. The product’s — a sensation.

Poetry, epic, surprisingly prosaic, in its mimicry, of great, storytelling. Enter the dragon at … chachomanopapa.wordpress.com

“Enter, the dragon. And allegorically, the dragon is none other than me. Epic poetry, prosaic, I pen, mimicking my own storytelling

— as Art (a graduate of Trump University) has shown me. And Arthur wants me to take the lead in his MAYDAYS’ … storytelling.”

“An astonishing mix of ignorance and self assurance have created an international crisis. Even as I tweet Dow futures plunging

on Iran’s retaliation — and raising fears — of a wider, conflict. And Art has asked me to take the lead in his … storytelling.“

“I’m aware of reports of attacks on my facilities in Iraq. I’ve been briefed. I’ve been monitoring the situation closely. Been

consulting with my national security team — all — one, of me. Trust only in me and Vladimir, Xi, Kim and Mo. Liars, we’ve been.”

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