Thursday, April 30, 2020
Here's an interview with the actors playing Guillermo (Harvey Guillen) and the energy vampire (Mark Proksch). Guillen talks about how delightful and unexpected it was to find out he would get to play an action hero:
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Illegal gold miners who had the misfortune of being underground when lockdowns started; Maryland is protecting its supplies from the feds; Airbnb landlords feel the downturn
"Now they have to face the decision: do they die of hunger or risk arrest for violating the COVID-19 regulations?" Stellar reporting by @KimHarrisberg on the South African illegal miners hiding underground during lockdown https://t.co/DAvu8x5oZz— Zoe Tabary (@zoetabary) April 29, 2020
Maryland @GovLarryHogan on whether he was concerned that the federal government would seize the tests the state procured from South Korea. He says the tests are being guarded by the National Guard at an undisclosed location. https://t.co/uGcUi6U5rL pic.twitter.com/15BhHmLzql— Washington Post Live (@postlive) April 30, 2020
A third of Airbnb hosts have more than 24 properties? Holy shit https://t.co/MnkFiBIBGZ— Kate Beaton (@beatonna) April 30, 2020
America getting ready to reopen pic.twitter.com/b6mM0M5cxH— Keith Edwards (@keithedwards) April 30, 2020
I mean, I get it pic.twitter.com/Xhv98CdhTb— Sally 🤷🏻♀️ Kuchar (@sallykuchar) April 30, 2020
My friend who is a nurse just posted this image about why we should wear face masks and ... I love it. pic.twitter.com/TnYnC38OxX— Dianna "As a Minnesotan" Anderson 🏳️🌈 (@diannaeanderson) April 30, 2020
Famicase 2020 by @meteor_club or is now upon us! Here is my contribution, the perfect summer adventure!#myfamicase #famicase #famicase2020 #illustration pic.twitter.com/tuq5AMwBK9— Viet-Anh Cao (@va_cao) April 30, 2020
Follow Bobby on his journey through the exciting and scary world of grown-up life!— Mykola (@myk31) April 30, 2020
Make sure he puts on his big boy pants just in time, to face any challenges that await him today.
1-2 Players.#Famicase #Famicase2020 @meteor_club pic.twitter.com/yImz903uK5
Black Toenail - Real Running Story™— Elliott (@elliottgray) April 30, 2020
Cartridge design for the 2020 My Famicase Exhibition, at METEOR in Tokyo. #famicase @meteor_club https://t.co/cGmEcVPZKc pic.twitter.com/xExNH4AOzd
I toucha da birb pic.twitter.com/aFqGb5PIcD— Klara Sjöberg (@klara_sjo) April 25, 2020
Because I want to. https://t.co/eDQVCkTPGR— Naga Munchetty (@BBCNaga) April 25, 2020
the reason why food from restaurants tastes better is that the cooks don’t give a shit what your arteries are going to look like in ten years so they can really give you the juice. i need to eat a meal prepared by someone who doesn’t love me— jd vance's "holler aunt" (@markpopham) April 25, 2020
did you get bullied in middle school for saying that harry styles was your favorite in one direction or are you normal— dana hates one direction (@FINELINEDANA) April 25, 2020
They didn’t have a hoop so they improvised 🙏— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) April 25, 2020
(via naughty_noobie/IG) pic.twitter.com/NIhJecD18E
A recently added popular silly gag at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Step in the box and Cast Members applaud. pic.twitter.com/mrokaB1MHs— bioreconstruct (@bioreconstruct) September 22, 2019
absolutely losing my mind over this post on facebook pic.twitter.com/it6eqS16td— disco biscuit (@Suurrahhh) April 27, 2020
The 3 yo asks if he can help me cut the grass, which amounts to standing next to me shouting, “You’re doing it, Daddy! You’re doing it!” and if I’m honest that does actually help a lot.— Michael Hughes (@michaelehughes) April 26, 2020
Innovation: For $20, Bundesliga team Borussia Monchengladbach is offering fans to put a cut out of themselves in the stands. Money raised goes to local charities. pic.twitter.com/6pPopPJf1e— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) April 29, 2020
Did you know that HJK Helsinki midfielder Mika Lehkosuo used to wear the number 96.2 as he had a sponsorship deal with a local radio station of that FM frequency— Classic Football Shirts (@classicshirts) April 27, 2020
In 1998 UEFA told Lehkosuo that he couldn't wear the number 96.2 but had worn it already for a few seasons pic.twitter.com/i8FXnliMpn
Channel 4's Ian Katz has announced a show called 'Snoop Dogs' where you get a tour around a celebrity's home and have to guess who it is. The twist is that producers can't get access to the homes due to social distancing, so they're strapping the cameras to the celebrity's pets.— Jim Waterson (@jimwaterson) April 29, 2020
Some news in my Discovery story: HGTV is rolling a new remotely-filmed House Hunters spinoff next month, called House Hunters LOL, in which three comedians watch and poke fun at House Hunters episodes and all your favorite tropes https://t.co/yWV4xpzGFw— Jason Lynch (@jasonlynch) April 29, 2020
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Wednesday, April 29, 2020
Pandemic-themed book covers; Using a mancatcher to make a distanced arrest; Restaurant makes use of a toy train
Second Russian doctor plunges to their death amid coronavirus outbreak https://t.co/v0vErTCkH9 pic.twitter.com/TFEMeKJUrN— New York Post (@nypost) April 27, 2020
VIP Security wing of Chandigarh Police has devised this unique way of tackling non-cooperating corona suspects and curfew breakers.— DGP Chandigarh Police (@DgpChdPolice) April 25, 2020
Great equipment, great drill !!!
Way to go @ssptfcchd and Insp Manjit, HCt Gurdeep, HCt Pawan and Ct Usha pic.twitter.com/oTLsGoe6yt
Palmerston North cafe using toy train for contactless service amid Covid-19 restrictions https://t.co/Z5fiwGWyTc via @1NewsNZ - one for @MrTimDunn I think— Stephen Joseph (@StephenJoseph7) April 29, 2020
I have ARRIVED*— Will Reeve (@ReeveWill) April 28, 2020
*in the most hilariously mortifying way possible https://t.co/2NQ85QEJVr
.@pitbull has a big surprise for health care workers who danced to his new anthem, “I Believe That We Will Win." https://t.co/1Hx2Qm7ldM pic.twitter.com/bCwtXuLojJ— Good Morning America (@GMA) April 27, 2020
BlueJeans https://t.co/s8kX9ewBNw— Peter Kafka (@pkafka) April 29, 2020
Quarantine Day 31: I joined a Facebook group where we all pretend to be ants in an ant colony pic.twitter.com/FjIO9vtonl— Millennial Mangkukulam (@agasramirez) April 15, 2020
oh shit the ant colony has merch now (donating some proceeds to wildlife conservation), which one should i get 🤔— breadless avocado toast (@CosmicFunkonaut) April 26, 2020
i'm feeling "feed the queen" https://t.co/9odJNNizTb pic.twitter.com/Yi4KQdfKyU
Here's the group.
So today I received my airpods from Amazon . God these are huge pic.twitter.com/OKCKIpBuUV— zay⁷ (@Al333zay) April 25, 2020
Concept Christmas cake pic.twitter.com/SLJFj1wiFm— Holly Williams (@Holly_bops) December 24, 2019
me too lil vacuum me too pic.twitter.com/GdZawEKzSN— anna borges (@annabroges) April 25, 2020
someone called Tiger King "redneck game of thrones" and thats truly dead on— Matias Hannecke (@MatiasHannecke) April 12, 2020
Hey eccentric murderers, Lowe's is open and has gnome daggers in stock... pic.twitter.com/AAR4TbnIgP— etherbrian (@etherbrian) April 25, 2020
My library has a Monster Energy tile in the front pic.twitter.com/CpZPU9HvVp— buying a large soda cup and filling it with water (@jinpaynus) April 18, 2020
My 7 y.o. put on a suit for his class Zoom this morning. My wife told me I needed to go see it so I popped my head in to grab a pic. He was concerned I was going to interrupt him and flashed me the “I’m on a call hand signal.” It took everything I have not to bust out laughing. pic.twitter.com/lBJgkuyDRh— Brian Kieffer (@bckieffer) April 24, 2020
My 4 year old son just came into the room and said “can I show you something that I didn’t do on purpose?”— Declan Lawn (@DecLawn) April 24, 2020
This was the best two minutes of my life— triv 🥀 nsfr (@bedroomflicker) January 8, 2019
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For context, sound trademarks are extremely rare. According to [a law review article], there are more than 2.6 million active trademark registrations in the United States. Of those, there are only about 250 active sensory trademark registrations. Of those, about 234 are sound trademarks, and of those, about 36 are "familiar sounds," or sounds without words, yet associated with a particular good or service.Miami Herald:
To obtain Pitbull’s grito trademark, his legal team had to persuade the USPTO that his yell is so closely associated with the artist, that even if his name is not uttered, or he isn't present, people automatically think it's him.
At least part of the motivation behind trademarking “EEEEEEEYOOOOOO” stems from a similar grito heard in J Balvin and Willy William’s hit “Mi Gente.”
The article defines a grito as “a loud shout of joy or excitement that is commonly associated with Mexican culture,” one Pitbull started using as early as 2002 in Miami clubs (to alert his friends that trouble might be escalating).
Tuesday, April 28, 2020
This “clear lemon meringue pie” picture that I saw on Reddit is fucking me up, it haunts me pic.twitter.com/B2LLSsgXni— Helen Rosner (@hels) April 28, 2020
Food Network has a recipe for Clear Peppermint Meringue Pie.
Alinea has a recipe for Crystal Clear Pumpkin Pie.
And here's a recipe for Clear Lemon Meringue Pie.
Reminding me a little of this Latvian sea buckthorn cheesecake I tried recently. Kind of weird, kind of wonderful. I’m still confused. pic.twitter.com/hutJmCwS12— Caroline Eden (@edentravels) April 28, 2020
Oh, it’s just two little kittens sleeping... pic.twitter.com/mST1h7VEpa— Danny Deraney (@DannyDeraney) April 23, 2020
the real original inventor of social distancing was Zhao Kuangyin, founding emperor of the Song dynasty, who made his officials wear these long ass helicopter blade hats so they couldn't whisper to each other during state meetings pic.twitter.com/5Zm000ojlq— Xiran Jay Zhao is not a COWard (@XiranJayZhao) April 24, 2020
How do I stop my coworkers from pointing out the comfy blanket I keep on my lap and asking me what my blankie's name is— Drew Harwell (@drewharwell) April 24, 2020
i'm so happy i'm alive and got to see this pic.twitter.com/qjax2IQ5IL— queen of bitch island (@kittynouveau) April 24, 2020
Make the most of self-isolating in separate rooms by convincing your partner they're in the TV show Knightmare#coronavirus #CoronaVirusupdate #COVIDー19 #cov #coronapocalypse #coronavirus #CoronaVirusUpdates #knightmare #SelfIsolation #selfisolationgame #selfisolating pic.twitter.com/LiCaB9YX4j— Short and Curly (@ShortCurlycom) March 20, 2020
Haha off Facemuck, but this is great. pic.twitter.com/S1nxmRoQuj— spam (@spamnugget) April 25, 2020
A few years ago, we (Kellogg’s) were having some promotional spoon designs mocked up. When the agency asked what we wanted on this latest version, we replied “Just the Kellogg logo”.— harpsjoey (@harps_joey) April 23, 2020
We got 200 of these delivered a week later. pic.twitter.com/FRz8ePTR7m
look at this little trapeze artist pic.twitter.com/XXivPGAKlI— 𝕨𝕒𝕤𝕙 𝕪𝕠𝕦𝕣 𝕙𝕒𝕟𝕕𝕤 🧼 (@ziyatong) April 24, 2020
Like father like son pic.twitter.com/9FjHlxOMTH— Klara Sjöberg (@klara_sjo) April 25, 2020
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Monday, April 27, 2020
The American that's been falsely accused of starting the Covid19 pandemic; 1720 plague ship; Map of state pacts
Like most adversarial governments, Chinese propagandists have learned a very valuable lesson:— Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) April 27, 2020
Why create your own third-rate propaganda when you can just amplify anti-government Americans who are pushing insane talking points that help you out for free?https://t.co/WXjyPYDe5W
Awful news from Iran https://t.co/lPByMOEXPk— Tom Gara (@tomgara) April 27, 2020
Staff photographer Chris McGrath spent some time making portraits of pharmacists in Istanbul, Turkey. The first recorded #coronavirus death in Turkey was a pharmacist named Ihsan Giray and since then more than 600 medical workers have been infected. 📷: @cmcgrath_photo pic.twitter.com/I4oQx51g7b— Getty Images News (@GettyImagesNews) April 9, 2020
In 1720 Marseille allowed a ship from plague-ridden Cyprus into port, under pressure from merchants who wanted the goods and didn’t want to wait for the usual quarantine. More than half the population of Marseille died in the next two years. https://t.co/IDapJhFhzM pic.twitter.com/vovtuQ1s7o— Tim Stearns (@StearnsLab) April 25, 2020
Four months ago this map could resonably have been interpreted as a near-future dystopian world-building schema for a series of young adult books. pic.twitter.com/79ZCvw27Yz— Ankit Panda (@nktpnd) April 28, 2020
Genius idea: An app that does a terrifying human scream if it detects another phone close enough to break the social distancing rules— Ferns (@Ferns__) April 26, 2020
I'm imagining an entire supermarket full of randomly screaming phones, and I don't know about you, but that shit is hilarious
Late last Saturday, I set up an ephemeral tarot place with a neon sign in the window.— Danielle Baskin (@djbaskin) April 26, 2020
It's called Distance Tarot. 🌙🔮
A few lone night walkers stumbled into it. You call a number and get a reading on the phone while I hold up cards to the glass. pic.twitter.com/j5IuPoYenZ
The bodega down the street has photographed all their shelves and posted an enormous collage outside so you can browse without going in pic.twitter.com/1tPWEtWZxG— Emily Guendelsberger (@emilygee) April 26, 2020
Compare and contrast the lesson they emphasize from The Odyssey:
Something I always find very affecting about the Odysseus story is that homecoming isn’t great. He spends all these years trying to get home, but in the end, it’s tragic anyway.
I think that speaks to the idea that you can spend all your life trying to achieve this one thing, and you think when you have it, you’ll be happy. But then the person you became to achieve it means you’re a person who can no longer be happy with it. You become so good at striving that even once you have achieved your goal, you can’t stop striving — and you just become more and more dissatisfied.
That bit of tragedy has always struck me as deeply wise.
Absolutely. Odysseus comes home, and I think he experiences both this sort of rush of being home but also alienation and dislocation. I always think about how sad it is that he misses his son’s entire childhood and young adulthood. When he leaves, his son is an infant and when he comes back, his son is 21. He’s missed out on all those years of his marriage. His mother has died while he was away. His father has gotten quite old and infirm.
So now, you’re back with the people you love, but can you connect with them? Odysseus was honored as “best of the Greeks,” the man who was the architect of the fall of Troy, who was honored and treated as this almost God on Earth. Then he was thrown from that into these years of suffering and then brought home again to a place completely different than the one he left. So I think it makes sense to me why he kind of loses it at the end.
The Macarena zone in front of our house has hilariously resulted in parents teaching their young children the Macarena in front of our front window. 10/10 would recommend a Macarena zone. pic.twitter.com/hp0wq93orr— Meghan Waters (@MeghanJMJW) April 23, 2020
Omg...Hong Kong Post is hilarious 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/xKzaXGszX8— Black Widow (@852goldfingrrr) April 22, 2020
Meet The TikTok-Famous Mom Who Puts Food In Perfectly-Sized Tupperware https://t.co/AOLgp2mvFo— Taylor Lorenz (@TaylorLorenz) April 24, 2020
My new favourite thing that I’ve seen on Wish. pic.twitter.com/d2F3uanLrk— Amanda (@Pandamoanimum) April 24, 2020
I am so excited! You see, I had dung beetles for years, and you know what I didn’t have to do for any of those years? Clean up dog poop in the yard. It just...went away.— Kingfisher & Wombat (@UrsulaV) April 24, 2020
WRECK IT RALPH IN ONCE UPON A TIME I CANT pic.twitter.com/4cPufMwxCo— 💭 (@APHOBIAKILLS) December 16, 2018
Will never forget ordering an Uber in Amman and accidentally putting the location as some restaurant in Iraq and it didn’t exactly calculate the price so I didn’t notice until the Uber driver showed up saying “listen we’re not going to Iraq I have things to do today” lmaoooo— روان🌅Rawan (@Rozb7aleeb) April 23, 2020
Another day, another expectant mum needing a back massage. Busy times for Fair Isle’s hardest working sheep-masseuse, Scampi 🤣 The ewe is Popcorn, who was a caddy when Scampi was a kitten, so they grew up together and still share cuddles ❤️ pic.twitter.com/s0BCsmuigH— Barkland Croft (@barklandcroft) April 23, 2020
"Please remember children, STAY WITH THE GROUP!!! Now, this is called a city... Humans used to roam wild around these things, but for some reason they've all disappeared...."— Lee Trott (@MC372) April 24, 2020
(OP U/HairyDancer) pic.twitter.com/OGm1vVr1pR
Him: You look like a dork.— MC Hammond (@mchammo) April 18, 2020
Her: I’m about to look like a GENIUS.
Reader: She did. pic.twitter.com/Xl0mzsIzoI
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Control's ashtray maze imported into Animal Crossing; Retro Computers papercraft; Musclehead Jill mod
No one:— Dr. Ama Lama🔻 (@AmAzingDrLama) April 23, 2020
Me: Ashtray Maze Wallpaper 🙌#ACNHDesign #ControlRemedy #VirtualPhotography pic.twitter.com/n9t4M0ye2G
Stuck in the house? Consider a free retro computer papercraft project available for download at: https://t.co/AckECbBL1o Take care and stay safe out there! PS. I am working on a new design coming out soon! What retro system would you like to see next? #retrocomputer #papercraft pic.twitter.com/AJ5bpPLS0W— Rocky Bergen (@rockasoo) April 19, 2020
hello it’s Friday night of lockdown so @kane made a robot for mining meteors on Animal Crossing out of things he found in the kitchen— it was a delicate (but ultimately successful) effort pic.twitter.com/bgxGkD545J— fry (@anniefryman) April 11, 2020
Browsing Arcade Game Manuals on archive dot org (h/t @apelad recent ad post) https://t.co/R7MBs0MKDp pic.twitter.com/qdhsdhlpPl— Hell is Empty (So fill it with Nazis) (@Sleestak) April 17, 2020
All of the cover art in @GamingAlexandri's newly scanned Namco Community magazines (https://t.co/trZvqJk1u5) is great, but I have a particular soft spot for 'Pac-Man crammed into the Xevious ship's cockpit'. pic.twitter.com/f2HtNci2B1— Simon Carless (@simoncarless) April 3, 2020
There’s a mod for RE3 called “BIGGER” that just makes Jill bigger and for some reason this is so funny to me (I stole the screenshots from @Worthless_Bums) pic.twitter.com/DI4tK7oKcY— Lance McDonald (@manfightdragon) April 18, 2020
Unlikely tie-in novelisations #7 pic.twitter.com/NRPlfYknwk— Adam Roberts (@arrroberts) April 3, 2020
Sunday, April 26, 2020
dracula with a guitar: anyvays here's vondervall— thomas (@thombodytolove) April 22, 2020
Remembering the evil paraglider today. Wondering how he's faring in all this. pic.twitter.com/0W3aqJmdHo— Jack Vening (@JerkVening) April 23, 2020
The great John Milius (APOCALYPSE NOW, RED DAWN, and so much more) worked with his longtime friend Dan Gagliasso to answer some burning questions we at REBELLER had for him. The original ending he wrote for CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER was something else. https://t.co/2keLhXgaIO pic.twitter.com/jDu6UB8Ktq— REBELLER (@REBELLER) April 23, 2020
Went thru my son Ipad this morning 🤦🏾♂️🤣 pic.twitter.com/3UvWeWpY9n— Chizzy (@ChaChingChizzy) April 22, 2020
Loved the follow up too pic.twitter.com/7DC6a2KevJ— Taylor B (@taymdlw) April 22, 2020
“natural flavor with other natural flavor” is the “who rescued who?” of the cracker world pic.twitter.com/UeuW4MVzW7— Oriana Schwindt (@Schwindter) April 23, 2020
Wait for it...😂😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/zCeXIZnVvm— yvette nicole brown (@YNB) April 23, 2020
DM: so moses the pharaoh is still refusing to let your people go since you botched that persuasion check, a-— Oliver Clegg 🌈 (@deathbybadger) April 23, 2020
MOSES: i cast insect plague
DM: are you sure? we haven't fully explored all the opt-
MOSES: (leans in very close) I. Cast. Insect Plague. #dnd
obsessed with this pic.twitter.com/TqGseAIr5i— claire biddles (@msclairebiddles) April 23, 2020
Walked in on my mother talking to our dog about me practically moving back in pic.twitter.com/ocQjqVyZhF— Brianna Holt (@BriannaNHolt) April 25, 2020
I am screaming 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/z9ObL4U1WW— Brianna Holt (@BriannaNHolt) April 25, 2020
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if you're in quar with your partner and you need to spice things up, walmart dot com has you covered pic.twitter.com/zh2wBGjZvi— Extremely Socially Distant Tom Tomorrow (@tomtomorrow) April 25, 2020
We've deleted an earlier tweet and updated a sentence in our article that implied that only "some experts" view the ingestion of household disinfectants as dangerous. To be clear, there is no debate on the danger.— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 24, 2020
honestly? would click. https://t.co/6jamUOP6yV— foster kamer. (@weareyourfek) April 24, 2020
"Primary Outcome of Death" is such an amazing title I'm amazed it isn't already a P.D. James book. https://t.co/QOaYDkgifs— Jacob Bacharach (@jakebackpack) April 24, 2020
As they social distance, hockey players are turning to the streets.— Emily Kaplan (@emilymkaplan) April 22, 2020
250k consumers searched roller skates on Bauer’s website in past 6 weeks. The company has 723% traffic increase on inline skate content
“Everyone is getting Rollerblades right now” https://t.co/aBKt5zhbtZ pic.twitter.com/msXzVAcaMl
This is not really the point of @skornhaber's smart piece here but I think daily about the box of masks I threw out in December or January because I believed I needed a reason to keep things https://t.co/WD3MaaUuB3— Libby Nelson (@libbyanelson) April 24, 2020
“On Friday the Spanish National Police tweeted an image of a man getting fined for ‘walking’ a fish in a bowl in Logroño, a town in northern Spain.”https://t.co/jX8asJ4Din— Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) April 25, 2020
A young man stumbles upon a slender volume titled Perils of the Overworld and sets off for adventure
I decided to post my renders on twitter too, from now on ^^ i made this based on @KunViny 's artwork, I uploaded the wallpaper too if you want to use it~ You can find my original post in my FB page, Ralukiz #FF7R #FF7 #cloudstrife #cloudstriferemake #FinalFantasyVIIRemake pic.twitter.com/Rz5dLee114— Ralukiz (@RaluKi0) April 15, 2020
I am boycotting Final Fantasy VII Remake until they reinstate the original character names. pic.twitter.com/KCkpsmeLj8— Todd C (@kidfenris) April 8, 2020
Saturday, April 25, 2020
State Attorney General Clare Connors is considering the legality of using tracking devices to ensure tourists are following the rules of the 14-day, mandatory quarantine.SA:
Connors told members of the state Senate Special Committee on COVID-19 that some of the ideas being proposed to track visitors could pose constitutional questions and she is exploring those concerns.
On March 26, Hawaii became the country’s first state to implement a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine order for incoming travelers, which was extended to interisland travelers on April 1.
Prior to COVID-19 lockdowns, the state was welcoming close to 30,000 passengers a day. In April 2019, 856,250 visitors came to Hawaii.
In the 29 days since the quarantine began, only 3,644 trans-Pacific visitors, or roughly 126 per day, came to the state.
unknowingly provides shelter to two people in his basement https://t.co/ifPWHWAT02— Hanif Abdurraqib (@NifMuhammad) April 24, 2020
Kliff Kingsbury’s modern Arizona home inspired us to build this Lego version for the #NFLDraft. How did we do? @NFLDraft @AZCardinals @LEGO_Group @espn @ESPNNFL pic.twitter.com/lvNUAIBvlH— Lori Johnston (@fastcopy) April 25, 2020
Good to hear 30 of Harry Connick's ghosts sing that national anthem.— Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) April 24, 2020
When mama says move you better move! pic.twitter.com/c8gH7XAM1S— MICHAEL LARK (@themichaellark) April 24, 2020
Wait....twitter detectives found that CeeDee’s phone snatching boo is Trae Young’s ex?! And he quote tweeted the video like it was just random? Lmaooo I love this app! 😭 pic.twitter.com/VWWlF07zgn— 👸🏾L E A👸🏾 (@_MissLeandra) April 24, 2020
y’all really gotta chill wasn’t even like dat 👎🏾 https://t.co/ziQaGkAWbT— CeeDee Lamb (@_CeeDeeThree) April 24, 2020
What the heck is going on at Vrabel's house??? pic.twitter.com/0EeSCQCKpv— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) April 24, 2020
Guys, we ruined the Vrabels pic.twitter.com/puuGegx1rk— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) April 25, 2020
LMAOOOOOOO, she knows that camera is sus pic.twitter.com/ydSNTVPmvS— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) April 25, 2020
The Bears now have 10 TEs on their roster 🤯— B/R Gridiron (@brgridiron) April 24, 2020
Chicago drafts Notre Dame TE Cole Kmet with the No. 43 pick in the #NFLDraft pic.twitter.com/KlLoRFrGjv
I mean I'm not sure why I need to know that a draftee's mother contracted the West Nile Virus in 2012 https://t.co/UeCaMS6P9p pic.twitter.com/d5Mz98cv8D— gifdsports (@gifdsports) April 25, 2020
@espn this is disgusting on your part, Tee Higgins is enjoying his entrance to the NFL. And y’all have to announce his personal family business, by putting his moms drug addiction battle. Y’all should be ashamed of yourselves. pic.twitter.com/0oO1LbVZGr— Roy Resendez (@royresendez32) April 24, 2020
ESPN NFL Draft producers when they find out a draft pick grew up in a loving household with both parents present pic.twitter.com/yLDP0UmEsb— Matthew A. Cherry (@MatthewACherry) April 25, 2020
Bill Belichick gave the very good dog a treat pic.twitter.com/yWH6YfSvGc— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) April 24, 2020
NFL made Belichick cover up the Apple logo on his Macbook. pic.twitter.com/tOu6oQzAX0— Jimmy Traina (@JimmyTraina) April 25, 2020
Patriots' fifth-round NFL draft pick said he will cover tattoo of logo for right-wing group.— USA TODAY Sports (@usatodaysports) April 25, 2020
Kicker Justin Rohrwasser told reporters the logo "not something I ever want to represent." https://t.co/Vrt27C9iQT
Mort at the 91 NFL Draft pic.twitter.com/R45yryBChY— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) April 25, 2020