The gift that keeps on giving. After years of begging for a puppy for Hannukah, I adopted Fitz right before the holidays last year. Then I became the most insane version of a dog mom ever. ? pic.twitter.com/H4Ep5UFj8L
— The Ripped Bodice (@TheRippedBodice) December 11, 2017
Hannukah candles: Only Jewish ritual obligation in which the act must happen in one's living space, but is meant solely for the passers-by. Others. You.
It's a forced blending of private and public.
A reminder that "mine" is also yours; that miracles must be ours. #hannukah
— Aaron Alexander (@RabbiDoubleA) December 11, 2017
Apart from the immediate topic(s), what’s on the agenda for the day?
On the first night of Hannukah, all I want is for Alabama to not elect a pedophile to the US Senate. Tall order, I know, but a Jewish girl can dream.
— Stephanie Wittels Wachs (@wittelstephanie) December 11, 2017
Minor good omen, FWIW…
Charlie Baker backs Doug Jones. https://t.co/qKcsQ1s7hk
— Alex Seitz-Wald (@aseitzwald) December 12, 2017
Charlie Baker probably heard Repub internals show Jones is going to win. https://t.co/6U0inH1AaT
— Dana Houle (@DanaHoule) December 12, 2017
(Yup. Chickenshite Charlie doesn’t jump for a non-Repub candidate until he’s 98% sure he’s gonna be “supporting” a winner.)
… but if Jones wins I suspect three factors will be decisive: 1) Democratic enthusiasm as seen in other special elections this years 2) very strong black turnout 3) a high number of write in votes from GOP voters
— Michael Cohen (@speechboy71) December 11, 2017
— Jonathan Martin (@jmartNYT) December 11, 2017
Good job everyone who contributed to Doug Jones.
FWIW, I wouldn’t put big money on it, but I think Jones wins by 3 pts or so. https://t.co/uVf95g4NBf
— Dana Houle (@DanaHoule) December 11, 2017
Please guide and protect this tweet until it finds comfort in your bosom in Tweets That Came True heaven.
— Charlie Sweatpants (@CSweatpants) December 12, 2017