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  • Twitter is the essence of American vanity. Now our great great grandchildren will know that we were so obsessed with ourselves we broadcasted when we ate, changed clothes, went showing, and got laid...oh wait...people who use twitter don't get laid nvm.

    Submitted by HughOBrian on Apr 19, 10 at 1:49am
    • yep, that's best left for people who comment on other peoples tweets. ass

      Submitted by foundonfloor on Apr 19, 10 at 5:51pm
  • Whoa, guys. Darwin disproved Lamarckian evolution. You can't pass down adaptations (or alcoholism) acquired during one's lifetime through genes.

    Submitted by SpeakingFrankly on Apr 15, 10 at 6:23pm
    • Thank you for setting these people straight!

      Submitted by AKROWDY on Apr 15, 10 at 7:08pm
      • actually, persistent alcohol abuse weakens the bonds that hold your dna molecules together, which can permanently alter your dna and make future generations more susceptible to alcohol abuse. come one, i learned this shit in high school.

        Submitted by Anonymousssss on Apr 15, 10 at 7:20pm
        • ^Thank you!

          Submitted by xhalo on Apr 15, 10 at 8:58pm
        • Errrr. And the alcohol molecules just happen to target and weaken the code of the gene for alcoholism? I'm amazed that those little -OHs are so smart, given that we have 100,000 genes and those genes only account for 2% of the genome. (Nonsarcastically: your high school teacher was wrong.)

          Submitted by SpeakingFrankly on Apr 16, 10 at 8:29am
          • well my genetics teacher was also a professor at columbia so i really don't think so. it's not a gene change but a gene weakening that increases chances for alcoholism. and other genes are also weakened.

            Submitted by Anonymousssss on Apr 17, 10 at 6:38pm
            • Ok. I amend my comment: Your teacher may have said everything correctly, but you heard wrong. (To "weaken" a gene, one must alter a base pair in that gene-- and to pass it on to a fetus, one must alter that base pair within the sex cells so that it can be shuffled along to the fetus. I remain entirely unconvinced of your statement... And if we're playing the credentials game, since you mentioned your teacher was a also a prof at Columbia, I'll mention that I have my neuroscie

              Submitted by SpeakingFrankly on Apr 18, 10 at 2:44am
            • wow, speakingfrankly, you can never accept that you might not be right, can you?

              Submitted by Anonymousssss on Apr 20, 10 at 2:04pm
  • People really tweet?

    Submitted by zdawgg24 on Apr 15, 10 at 4:17pm
  • Big brother's watching

    Submitted by dannycatania on Apr 15, 10 at 4:16pm
  • Everything that's on the Internet is archived. They're so paranoid that they've got programs that scan for suspicious patterns in a person's browsing history, so if you're really interested in how to make weapons, plotting against the government or a group of people, the New World Order, UFOs and whatever else, you can be sure that they've done a background check on you. Time to wake up!

    Submitted by TowerCrane on Apr 15, 10 at 5:54pm
  • WTF why are they archiving all tweets? That seems unnecessary and just plain creepy!

    Submitted by blah_blah_blah on Apr 15, 10 at 5:47pm
  • Really??

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 17, 10 at 1:11pm
  • Darwin disproved Lamarkian evolution. However codern science has proven numerous aspects of Darwins theories to be incorrect, certain aspects can alter gene expression and may well be hereditable

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 16, 10 at 5:05am
  • i dooo not get it.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 15, 10 at 4:27pm
  • holy fuck do they really?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 15, 10 at 5:29pm