…the girl is RIGHT.
IMPORTANT THREAD 👇
Many people scoff at my progressive ideas and predictions.
But eventually, they *always* come true.
So I thought I’d start compiling a list of every time I was ahead of the curve…
— Titania McGrath (@TitaniaMcGrath) December 18, 2020
Gorillapundit helpfully converted a few of her followup Tweets to plain text:
On 22 December 2018, I called for biological sex to be removed from birth certificates.
On 17 December 2020, the New England Journal of Medicine concurred.
On 1 October 2019, I suggested that young women should be encouraged to travel alone in rural Pakistan.
On 12 October 2019, Forbes Magazine concurred.
On 19 September 2018, I criticised Julie Andrews (aka Mary Poppins) for chimney soot blackface.
On 28 January 2019, the New York Times concurred.
And so they all did. A couple more:
On 6 June 2019, I demanded an option to mute white males.
On 14 July 2020, Instagram concurred.
On 21 December 2018, I wrote an article to endorse fighting with relatives during the holiday season.
On 28 November 2019, the Nation concurred.
Titiana must have some sort of weird magical prognosticative power or something, bless her heart. For his own part, GP continues with a “Woke Or Joke?” meme compendium that’s sure to leave almost anyone totally stumped.
Hey, she’s not the only one: The Babylon Bee has been printing Tomorrow’s Headlines Today! for the past four years.
It’s not possible to parody these people any more, and it hasn’t been for quite some time.
As I’ve said before, I truly admire the folks at the Babylon Bee. Somehow they keep managing to parody these people. In the process they have become the national paper of record.
“I suggested that young women should be encouraged to travel alone in rural Pakistan.”
I suggest Ms McGrath and her friends at Forbes do just that.
In 1975 you could. By 1985 you would lose you head over such.
Titania McGrath is a parody account, Barry. Don’t feel bad. Many others were taken in.
I never heard of her before. I thought that was an odd one, hiking in Pakistan. I know people that hiked there in the late 70’s. I was scheduled to go myself and work got in the way. It was then about 2005 when I finally went there, no hiking though. Interesting place and people 🙂
And as I type some slip of memory is suggesting I have heard of Titania before…
Thanks for the heads up.
I also hear she called people Fat and Dog-Faced Pony Soldiers way back in 2017. Ahead o9f the Curve! Indeed.
And a “one horse pony”…
C’mon man… the thing…
Thurrazpugnazine you, man!