Guilty pleasure: messin’ with The Galileo Movement’s Twitter feed

I have to say Twitter has been wonderful a source of news, and just as importantly promoting this blog. But it’s more than that – it’s the opportunity to have some fun. Case in point, The Galileo Movements Twitter feed:

@GalileoMovement 

I’ve not come across a more humorless, dry and boring feed.

But I have been enjoying interacting with the guys (I assume guys) behind Alan Jones’ vanity project… er AstroTurf group… sorry I mean “group of really concerned citizens”.

I’ve developed a soft spot for their dry, robotic tweets and the humorless way they interact with me with a kind of stoic stupidity.

I keep telling them I only blog on climate change for the lulz, and that this blog is actually run by a crack team of transgender socialists hell-bent on imposing a one world government, universal health care and death camps for pensioners.

But they just keep asking me about “your belief in AGW is from IPCC which provides no empirical evidence that an increase in human co2 caused increase in atmos temp?…” and blah, blah, blah.

I’m simply fishing for one witticism from Galileo – not much to ask is it?

But they seem incapable.

Give it a go – see what you get back.

5 thoughts on “Guilty pleasure: messin’ with The Galileo Movement’s Twitter feed

  1. Give it a go – see what you get back.

    Done. Awaiting a response…

  2. uknowispeaksense says:

    Death camps for pensioners. That’s too funny. Didn’t pick you for a troll, Mike.

  3. uknowispeaksense says:

    Oh I agree. I just wish I’d thought of it first.

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