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Apparently, St. Edward Catholic School’s next #TBT is to the ... 14th century.

@RobynElyse, joking about St. Edward Catholic School’s ban on the “Harry Potter” series. The Rev. Dan Reehil, a pastor at the Nashville, Tenn., school, sent an email to faculty last week claiming the books contain “actual curses and spells” which “risk conjuring evil spirits.” Parents opposing the ban sent out a letter Monday questioning Reehil’s ability to “discern fact from fiction.”

To be fair, these are the exact emotions I go through watching Nadal’s tennis matches.

@DanWolken, tweeting about Tiger Woods’ range of emotions while watching Monday’s U.S. Open match between Rafael Nadal and Marin Cilic. Woods at times looked distraught, seemingly cursing when Cilic scored, but he gave Nadal his signature fist pump several times throughout the match, which Nadal won 6-3, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2.

Looks like People magazine forgot there’s a LITERAL HURRICANE hitting the Bahamas.

@hugoarenas, blasting People magazine for its Monday article about Kim Kardashian West’s lavish Bahamas vacation last month. The posting came as Hurricane Dorian was stalled over the Bahamas, killing at least five people before it began to approach the U.S.

This structure of this thinking is oddly familiar, but I can’t place it ...


U.S. Vice-President Mike Pence speaks to the Press after a meeting with business leaders at the US Ambassador to Ireland Edward Crawford residence in Dublin, Ireland September 3, 2019. REUTERS/Lorraine O'Sullivan (Lorraine O'sullivan/Reuters)

@PortiaMcGonagal, criticizing White House deputy press secretary Judd Deere, who on Monday tweeted Vice President Pence wasn’t “anti-gay” because he was having lunch with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, who is gay. Deere’s logic didn’t fly on Twitter, as users noted Pence’s diplomatic obligation to meet heads of state.