We looked inside some of the tweets by @190Colditz and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Loved ones 'will catch Covid and die', warns Professor Lockdown in bleak prognosis https://t.co/l637rSN3nO
Neil Ferguson had the biggest balls in Britain. - His model full of schoolboy errors massively exaggerated threat resulting in lockdown - Caught breaking lockdown rules to play hide the sausage - Still in every newspaper predicting more doom and gloom like nothing happened. https://t.co/DyVBDL5c2L
Highlights the ridiculousness of the #Strictly2020 argument pretty well. Bearing in mind the sexual leanings of many actors do these kind of people just never watch anything ever? https://t.co/JvwsJkYSWf
@Arsenal Class, but this is the same club that said "we don't involve ourselves with politics" back ozil
Troy Deeney "Arsenal look really good because they are actually recruiting properly. For years everyone said ‘they need a centre-half, they need a holding midfielder.’ With #Arsenal it was always forwards — flair players. Against Watford or Burnley, they came unstuck"
In 12 Premier League games against Burnley, Arsenal have won 10 and drawn 2. https://t.co/qBgOJeohLy
Happy 80th birthday to Pelé, shown here in his finest performance. https://t.co/62rYES9VOs
When James Hunt won the Japanese Grand Prix today in 1977 it was his 10th and final F1 race victory. His great rival Niki Lauda had the Drivers’ Championship in the bag, and didn’t even take part, leaving the way clear for Hunt to drive one of his best races ever. https://t.co/ce0dil94vN
Trump's Twitter account hacked after Dutch researcher guessed password https://t.co/kj0qbwdkYY