Rebecca de Winter
Welcome to the second #MisfitMemo – our Weekly Rewind! We have a lot of fun and get up to plenty of mischief, and once a week we're compiling some of our favorite tweets, hashtags and posts from the week in one place for you to peruse and enjoy.
Last week was....interesting, to put it mildly. Weinergate back in the news, Donna Brazile dumped from CNN, Halloween, the Cubs winning the World Series, and the uh, infamous #SpiritCooking debacle made just some of the fodder for tweets. As usual, we had a lot to say about it.
Anthony Weiner came roaring back into the news, with the FBI finding Hillary emails on his personal laptop - putting the Clinton campaign under considerable stress -
FBI Director Comey has not had an easy time of it lately either.
Donna Brazile was caught tipping off the Clinton campaign about debate questions, earning her a well-deserved firing from CNN.
The press has been, as usual, quite annoying.
In football news, someone threw a...sex toy on the field at the Bills-Pats game. Um, yeah - that actually happened.
The Cubs won the World Series, sending Twitter into a frenzy.
Halloween came and went, and the Misfits aren’t above a little trolling.
Miscellaneous thoughts and insights from the week –
The cherry on top of this delightful week was the hashtag #SpiritCooking. Click on that at your own peril.
We had a lot of insightful posts about a wide variety of topics this week, check them out:
Compromise or be Governed, guest contributor @Machovellian
Encounter with the Trump Mafia, by Dan
Men’s Tip Number Seven: Lose the Gut, by Avi Woolf
Who Limits the Limiters? By CDP
Chicken Fingers, Cubs and the Most Important Thing I Ever Did, by Alexandra F. Baldwin
Time to Buck Up, Conservatives, by Mo
Trump Takes Pro-Life Hostage, Demands Presidency, by Dan
Thanks for joining us for our Weekly Rewind - see you around the Twitter-verse, and come back soon to see what else we have in store!
12/3/2016 02:25:03 pm
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