Really a world!
Really alive time!
And the fact that this Twitter is five years makes the dunk even more impressive.
Was ready to watch the 1998 film Armageddon (in which the laws of physics are optional) but it's nowhere on Netflix or iTunes
— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) February 17, 2013
well its on there now if u wanna ruin it for everyone, neil https://t.co/Q99TMgmfzZ
— Netflix US (@netflix) April 13, 2018
“In my day, the word ‘Awesome’ was reserved for things like curing Polio and walking on the Moon, not for food or TV shows,” Tyson tweeted, and UGH, dude, could you be slightly less of a grumpy old man nerd, please?
In my day, the word “Awesome" was reserved for things like curing Polio and walking on the Moon, not for food or TV shows.
— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) April 13, 2018
After seeing this genius man tweet such a dumb, insufferable, failed attempt at being cool, Merriam-Webster replied with a simple yet suitable burn.
One word: Neil. (WITH a period, to really drive the point of “please stop” home.)
— Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) April 13, 2018
shut up, nerd https://t.co/4wL7SI3Re7
— maya kosoff (@mekosoff) April 13, 2018
Lighten up, nerd. https://t.co/SZxWbB2iTm
— John Dingell (@JohnDingell) April 13, 2018
— modern vampire of the city (@sikemeay) April 13, 2018
"IN My dAy, thE woRd 'AWeSomE' wAs reSerVED foR thINgS liKe cUriNg PoLiO aND WaLKIng ON tHe MOOn, noT fOR fOOd oR TV shOWs" pic.twitter.com/UmTFn8dy7f
— Miriam Kramer (@mirikramer) April 13, 2018