Twitter seems to be the place where fortune cookie writers go to die.
It's also a place where washed-up comics recycle bad jokes, would-be comics think they'll become famous, and way too many "wits" engage in bon-NOTS.
I suppose even failed jokes are better than those meaningless Twitter tweets like "I'm having a nice day." They also make a little more sense than those tweet-responses given without telling us what the questions was: "You can say that again!" or "That was hilarious!" or "Only if you do it first!" etc. etc.
It seems Twitter works best for goo-goo eyed Lady Gaga fans and acolytes of other celebs who desperately need to know what the "star" had for dinner.
It's also used by people desperate to tell the world what they're doing in a part of the world nobody cares about. Dennis Miller: "I'll be performing at the FireLake Grand Casino in Shawnee, OK tomorrow night. Come on over." Right, I'm on the next plane, Dennis. Who IS your publicist?
"LAMEST TWEETS" isn't a contest. I didn't actually go looking for inane remarks. I think that if you pick any 12 comedians at random (pretty much what I did) you'll discover a terribly high percentage of terribleness. I thought a half-dozen dozers was enough. (Not counting the person who ASKED Ruth Buzzi to come up with a New York City rat joke.)
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