Ohio congresswoman Joyce Beatty made a really good point on Tuesday: You don’t need fat clouds to be radical.
This week, the state of Ohio launched an initiative called My Life, My Quit, which seeks to help teens quit using e-cigarettes and tobacco. Rep. Beatty (or a member of her staff) announced the new program via tweet — and her phrasing was truly some wild stuff.
Here is what happened to me when I read this tweet: First, I felt my soul leave my body. My soul then rose to a false astral plane where a hazy Steve Buscemi stood before me, waving a skateboard in my face like a weapon. “How do you do, fellow kids?” he screamed.
I also felt a strong and undeniable urge to vape — something I have never done before.
We can praise Rep. Beatty for one thing here: her use of the triple emoji. This is an underrated stylistic choice, one we can always get behind. Radical!
from Mashable! http://bit.ly/2XDdi7m