What @mark hid ... I think it is hilarious! Does @seth?

About: Art Digs a Way out of a Pile of Words - comment 58278

Mark de LA says ...
Good movie too! null watched it on Netflix last night again. 
tag @da, @mark, @seth

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Si says
Yes, very good movie.  

So then what are you doing here? Why are you not out walking art galleries? Exploring the worlds finest all over the planet? All that is possible here beyond memes and tubes are piles of words. That’s what this place is.

Mark de LA says

I do what I will.


Si says
Yes, and if “you will” go to Mc Donald’s and ask for caviar instead of a Big Mac and Fries … how does that work out for you? Piles of words is the menu here.

Mark de LA says
+30 !

Si says
Okay then. Come back tomorrow. We expect to have more selection on the menu. Words, I think.  

Si says
… oh, and we are improving all of our equipment, and ways to serve you, and the comfort of where you enjoy our words every day! We are hell bent on being the best word server in the business!  

Si says

Si says
p.s. This is more than just it’s content. Here I experimented with pulling a thread of comments that @mark hid on his referenced thought into a fork … and how to get people re-involved. Which turned out to be name tagging them in the title (or thought body) which works … even though the name tags in the comments would not have been in the news.

Or would they? Hey, maybe so, because in this case comment’s by @mark were in the set so the subscription focus should have shifted.

But it was a way to get @seth here without his having been subscribed.  

Seth says