Barack Obama’s 2017 reading list is ? pic.twitter.com/EvtXisSaBm
— Erin Ruberry (@erinruberry) December 31, 2017
subtweetˈsəbˌtwēt/ noun informal noun: subtweet; plural noun: subtweets; noun: sub-tweet; plural noun: sub-tweets
(on Twitter) a post that refers to a particular user without directly mentioning them, typically as a form of furtive mockery or criticism.
“while he didn’t include Smith’s Twitter handle, that didn’t stop Smith from seeing the post, taking umbrage, and firing off a subtweet of his own”
Origin – early 21st century: blend of subliminal and tweet.
All of those books, as far as I can tell, have been very well reviewed!
The Power is a novel about what might happen if women were suddenly able to physically overpower / abuse men via intimate contact.
Grant is the biography of a president whose well-meaning efforts towards emancipation would be heinously undermined by his successors’ craven and corrupt administration.
Janesville describes what happened in Paul Ryan’s home base when The Glorious Free Market of late-stage evangelical capitalism is unleashed…
Apart from reading lists, what’s on the agenda as we gird for the official end of the holiday season?