Daily Archives: December 4, 2018

Special “Anti-Social Media” E-dition


Trump’s 683rd Day In Office

Real Tweets from Real Twits

image005image005If you want to see how far this nation has devolved since the “Age of Obama,” just look at the twaddle people are Tweeting to each other these days. —Stunned Sociologists

image005Humanity would be ‘Better Off’ Without Twitter. —Instapundit Glenn Reynolds

image005We’re all Tweeting more but actually communicating less. Dumbed-Down, Self-Absorbed, Media-Influenced, Celebrity-Obsessed, Politically-Correct, Uninformed, Short-Attention-Span, Free-Stuff Grabbing, Low-Information Obama Supporters Who Put The Positively Worst President in History In The White House—Twice, and Failed Trying To Give Obama a Third Term By Voting For Hillary, and get all of their “fake news” from our Obama Supporters in the Press, like the ones at The Fishwrap and on Channel 5, 9, 12, and 19

image005My Tweets exposing Fake News are now America’s Favorite News Medium. —Your Tweeter-in-Chief

image005Look what happened when we started sending each other e-mails. —Lazy Letter Writers 

image005And just look at how Tweets are replacing meaningful dialogue. —Gifted Conversationalists

image008image005You won’t believe how many “Friends” we have. —The Whistleblower Faux FaceBook Page   

image005Tweets make our jobs easier. —English Teachers and Grammarians

image005Remember when we used to spend hours each day writing letters? —Lonely Lovers

image005These days, we have couples text each other to express their true feelings. —Marriage Counselors 

image005The so-called social media doesn’t make people more sociable. —Divorce Attorneys

image005Twitter makes it easy for people to spread rumors and lies. —Whistleblower Gossip Columnist Linda Libel


image005Twitter makes it easy to spew “Hate Speech” too. —Networking Nazis 

image012image005Just think how we create havoc with Twitter. —Irresponsible Celebrities

image005Social contact enables people with dementia to maintain their level of functioning longer. —Recognized Researchers

image005When we were teenagers, we actually spent hours every day talking to each other on the phone. —Geezer Citizens, Trying to Remember How It Used To Be

image005The best part about getting all those Tweets at the newspaper is they don’t take long to read. —Lazy Reporters

image013image005And printing somebody’s Tweet is easier than getting a real quote. —Furloughed Fishwrappers

image005Why do you think they keep firing our lazy reporters? —Metro Mole

image005Using Twitter, somebody wouldn’t have to call all those press conferences to get his name in the papers. —“JayWalking Joe” Deters

image005I thought that’s why Joe Deters hired me. —Julie Wilson, The JayWalker’s Mouthpiece

image005Sending out Tweets makes it easy to keep the media interested in your vice presidential campaign. —Rob “Fighting for Facebook” Portman

image005Twitter makes it easy to stay in touch when you’re out of sight. —“Junketing Jean” Schmidt

image005Twitter should’ve made it easy for me to wish everybody an approved “Happy Independence Day,” instead of that inappropriate “Fourth of July” e-mail I sent out.” —Alex T., Mall Cop GOP 

image005With Twitter, a Congressman wouldn’t even need a press secretary. —“Bronze Star Brad” Wenstrup

image005We could hardly wait to Twitter in the Streetcar. —Misguided Meterosexuals

image005Is my Trolley Folly still on budget? Twittering Mark Mallory 

image005Disgruntled followers can Tweet you anonymously. —Hamilton County Demo-Labor Party Boss Tim Burka

image005When inmates walk away from work details at the Kenton County Escape Center, they can always send us a Tweet to let us know they’re OK. —“Terry “The Smiling Jailer” Carl

image005You know you’re addicted to Twitter if you’ve already checked your Twitter account three times before finishing this E-dition of The Blower. —Kenton County Commonwealth Attorney E Rob Sanders

image005You know you’re addicted to Twitter if you instantly tweet about everything you do, and you no longer see the point of confessing in church.—Nathan “Cornbread” Smith

image005You know you’re addicted to Twitter if You know where the Twitterers Twanonymous 12-step meetings are held and regularly attend. —Horny in Hebron

image016image005Can you raise a lot of money for your re-election campaign on Twitter by telling donors to donate personally and as an LLC? —Diminutive DemocRAT Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley

image005 Did anybody see my latest Tweet?—Non-Attorney Spokesperson Eric “Call Me Crazy” Deters 


We couldn’t stop Tweeting during the Really Gay Fourth of July Day Parade in Northside. —Ben Dover and Phil McKrevis

image005Who started this Twitter madness anyhow? —Hurley the Historian

image005Give us your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to Tweet free. —Your Quote for Today Committee

image005When somebody compares your newscast to a Twitter message, is that a compliment? —Trish the Dish at TV 19

image005You won’t believe how much all those suckers are willing to pay for cell phones and wireless service. AT&T, Verizon, Sprint Nextel, and T-Mobile

image025Remember: We never print all the bad stuff we know and certain people ought to be damn glad we don’t, especially Disgraced DemocRAT Ex Congressman Anthony Weiner, a Twitter Twit, if ever we saw one.



  Whistleblower Official Weekly Disclaimer

          Sometimes The Blower ridicules Twitterers to show that Time-wasting Tweeting is not acceptable in our society. This should be clear to anybody who isn’t reading this message on his cell phone.image022

          This publication is a work of fiction. Any similarity to persons living or dead without satirical intent is purely coincidental, especially Faux FaceBook Friends.   



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