So what you're saying is that Twitter has become your conduit to people that are your actual fans? It just bugged me that they're so dishonest about it. You're very relaxed around people, considering all you've been through. season 3 trailers, is suitably epic and it elevates the proceedings of a storyline that’s a little boring for a show with plane crashes, shooters and bombs in torsos. There is no investor or big save for the Fav Five and friends.As it plays Owen risks everything to stall the hospital sale while Callie and the Fav Five ladies note how sexist it is that Derek and Webber are the ones making the final pitch to their potential investor (or maybe Callie is just mad the guys get to ride in a helicopter while she’s stuck holding an umbrella). They torpedo their careers and wreck their hospital and fail miserably.
If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.'s own Matt Miller wrote a great piece about rock legend David Crosby's Twitter feed, chronicling Crosby's no-holds-barred takes on electronic music, unfiltered responses to fans, and even his brutal assessment of an aspiring musician seeking his imprimatur. Well, you're good at communicating, and you like it, too, and so I like that. Summing it up, Miller wrote, "David Crosby is the asshole Twitter deserves."When I heard that Crosby was rehearsing for his current tour in Brooklyn, I asked if I could swing by and chat with him about Miller's piece and what it is about Twitter that he finds so engaging. But when we met at the recording studio owned by Snarky Puppy's Michael League, who produced Crosby's excellent new album "They used to be people who were fans," Crosby began, clearly exasperated. "We did a signing at Barnes and Nobles, and I figured that all of the people there were total fans, and that they'd never sell the albums. So, what's happened with me is I'm sick of it, because they're outside the hotel, and the same guys are probably waiting outside this studio right now.
When we first met a few years back, and I walked into your hotel room, within five minutes it was like we were friends. It might have been Steve Silberman, who's on there a lot.