February 28, 2021

#BusySeason Has Arrived

It's only January 6, so it's still too early for #busyseasonproblems, but it won't be long. No, it won't be long.

Personally, my main concern is that if Twitter goes to 10,000 characters, the details of #busyseasonproblems will become too much to endure and the whole thing will spiral into a loquacious kvetchfest. Basically #busyseasonproblems on Facebook (God forbid).

Anyway, here's to the last (probably) #busyseason of 140 characters. Better make it a good one.

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