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Advertise your stuff, share a few humanizing photos, don't be a turbo racist -- you know, the basics. But that's not always what we get. A few well-known figures are either using their social media accounts to explore the line between art and communication, or else they're just total weirdos who also happen to be famous.
You be the judge. His entire Instagram account is an almost terrifyingly aggressive argument that he is most assuredly a real human being. The key to that argument? Ham and cheese sandwiches in brown bags.
Walker has realized that humans eat lunch, but he hasn't yet gleaned that we like variety. He claims that he's eaten two ham and cheese sandwiches every day for the last 26 years, which means he's eaten 19, to date. His Instagram documents these lunches in a parade of existential dread that celebrates mechanical monotony.
And what do humans from Wisconsin wash down a ham and cheese sandwich with? Humans from Wisconsin enjoy dairy and devour it at all times. Like many real human beings, he has a sweet tooth. Like all human beings from Wisconsin, that sweet tooth can only be satisfied with dairy consumption.
Sometimes he simply can't resist indulging in a single scoop of plain vanilla ice cream from Cold Stone Creamery. Sprinkles were deemed "too controversial. Regardless of your political beliefs, we can all look at his posts and think "Scott Walker is possibly a human being. You know, reliving the glory years, as we'd expect from any aging celebrity.
But Shatner consistently live-tweets YA shows that he has no stake in, like The Tomorrow People and Thewhile also getting into serious arguments about imagined relationships between their characters. And he live-tweets so thoroughly that nothing passes by without comment, even when it really should.
William Shatner via TwitterWe're not in a position to judge anyone's hobbies, but if he starts a recap blog, we're calling social services. Continue Reading Below Advertisement What's going on here?
Does someone need to get Shatner out of the house more often? According to Shatner himselfin response to a crucial investigation by The Washington Post, his friend Misha Collins had directed an episode of the CW show Supernatural, and announced that he'd be live-tweeting it.
And then Shatner, for the hell of it, said he would too. Other CW actors started asking him to do the same for their shows, and he agreed, provided they send in signed items for his charity auction.
So actors made donations, and Shatner's new career as a live-tweeter was born. Although that still doesn't explain his posts about shipping.We don't expect much from famous people on social media.
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After all, they’re on their own time and using their own resources. Sadly, the. Thanks Sara, One of the first assignments in my course on Positive Leadership starting in January will be to ask students to write a paper about a positive leader that they have either worked with personally, or come to know through popular media.
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