Twitter has also become a social activism tool for socialists, human rights groups, communists, vegetarians, anarchists, religious communities, atheists, political enthusiasts, hackivists and others to communicate with each other and to send messages to broader audiences.” (page 9)Nestled between the likes of commies and the bringers of ultimate political destruction, I was at first afraid of these organized fruit eaters, but then I remembered that I was a vegetarian, and so I became scared of myself, my intentions, and what evil thing I just might do with the piece of celery in my hand. Eat it? No, never. But use it as a weapon of mass salad destruction--bring on the oil and vintager baby! It's a party! But first I would tweet all my friends and strangers alike, indeed my secret network, telling of my intentions-using under 140 characters to do it.
Tweeting Vegetarians Unite and Vex Army Intelligence @ http://harpowoman.blogspot.com/Then, after I have the fellow vegetarians (should we invite the vegans? Ok, Vegans allowed) PUBLICALLY organized--sending droves and droves of organized vegetarians to my blog and thereby increasing the readership from two to four--I would arm them with a variety of vegetables: radishes, carrots, the evil potato, and pees. Worse yet, I would include cauliflower (everyone knows this vegie is the brains of vegetables), with a side of cheese sauce. After everyone was thus armed, I will then shout my subversive command, the command that pisses our intelligence off . . . wait for it . . . ok, scroll down:
Food Fight!Tweet that! Rebecca