<b><a class="text-white" href="/scrapbook">Scrapbook</a></b>
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This is a collection of tweets, retweets
and likes (which I mainly treat as bookmarks).
Tweets are scraped to a local database and this site has no tracking.
Tweets and retweets by myself should show in full, all likes are truncated versions of original tweets.
The default page inlcudes tweets from today.
Search for <a href="/scrapbook?date=2021-06-06">last year</a>, <a href="/scrapbook?date=2020-06-06">two years ago</a>.
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<b>36</b> records found for the current selection.
@justinpoir Take not being "serious" seriously? Or take serious "not being serious"? Both? Anyway, I think the thing is interpreting "serious," it means something closer to "be open," than "control"--which is another description for the image of "serious" I think most get.
@justinpoir Huh, the definition says: "demanding careful consideration or application". careful consideration, but with all consideration is a form of creative interpretation, so I don't think being careful is such a bad suggestion.