Too much of a certain smell!

If you were a teenager (or slightly older) in the eighties, there is a good chance you tried out Calvin Klein cologne. It was quite the thing — it was everywhere, so much so that you couldn’t tell if the cologne smelled like the magazines or the magazines smelled like the cologne. The musky smell was a bit too much, and you started to despise the smell and its omnipresence after a little while. I have been reminded of that overwhelming experience where the scent became a stench over the last few days on Twitter.

And the reason, of course, is again too much musk.

Om rocks!

2 thoughts on “Too much of a certain smell!

  1. Ministry of Truth says:

    “Twitter on Thursday evening banned the accounts of several high-profile journalists from the nation’s top news organizations, marking a significant attempt by new owner and self-described free speech absolutist Elon Musk to wield his unilateral authority over the platform to censor the press.
    The accounts belonging to CNN’s Donie O’Sullivan, The New York Times’ Ryan Mac, The Washington Post’s Drew Harwell and other journalists who have covered Musk aggressively in recent weeks were all abruptly permanently suspended. The account of progressive independent journalist Aaron Rupar was also banned.
    Neither Musk nor Twitter responded to CNN’s request for comment and the platform did not formally why the journalists were exiled from the platform. https://www.cnn.com/2022/12/15/media/twitter-musk-journalists-hnk-intl/index.html

    “Elon Musk polls users on reinstating suspended journalists, defends himself in Twitter Spaces chat
    Musk told the journalists in the Twitter Spaces chat that ‘you dox, you get suspended’ before abruptly logging off” https://www.foxnews.com/us/elon-musk-polls-users-reinstating-suspended-journalists-defends-himself-twitter-spaces-chat

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