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110. Deconstructing Jerry’s Tweets – Episode 1

The thing about Twitter is that, just like Dave Chappelle said, it’s not a real place. Sure, you can grab a headline or string together a few sentences into a thread, but at the end of the day it’s just another virtual space with disembodied experiences. Twitter may live on as the internet’s comment section, but it’s never going to take the place of solid, well-formed art criticism. But a few people haven’t gotten the memo.

This week, Ryan and Garreth (at least as much as his voice can stand) sit down to introduce a new semi-regular segment to the show. In Deconstructing Jerry’s Tweets, they discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of the constant stream of critical thoughts that a certain New York critic throws out into the Twitterverse.

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