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Subject: More Twitter Trend mysteries
Path: you​!your-host​!walldrug​!prime-radiant​!computer​!hal9000​!plovergw​!plover​!shitpost​!mjd
Date: 2020-05-01T15:18:35
Newsgroup: alt.sex.twitter-trending
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Today Twitter has drawn my attention to #คั่นกูEP11, which they claim has appeared in 496,000 tweets. This seems to concern episode 11 of a Thai TV series I hadn't heard of before.

I like these Twitter trending hashtags because they remind me how big the world is and how small my little corner is compared with it.


Subject: Today I learned…
Path: you​!your-host​!wintermute​!uunet​!batcomputer​!plovergw​!shitpost​!mjd
Date: 2020-05-01T15:13:36
Newsgroup: rec.food.cooking.20200501
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  • Just as the umlaut mark was originally a tiny ‘e’ written above the vowel, and the Spanish ‘ñ’ was originally an ‘n’ with another ‘n’ above it, there's also a Greek diacritical mark which is a tiny iota written below a vowel.