We looked inside some of the tweets by @rjasonsnyder and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
NEW: From airlines to Starbucks, a massive part of the U.S. economy hinges on white collar workers returning to the office. But the move to remote work doesn’t show signs of stopping anytime soon. https://t.co/MkxtjAe2u0
The coronavirus forced the sports world into a once-in-a-lifetime timeout. It was an unexpected chance to pause and rethink the way the games are played. Here are ideas from @NYTSports — some bold, some whimsical — for what some sports should do. https://t.co/a8NHJG71F3
April... totally bummed - no sports. July... sports - beyond low on our world’s priority list. Still most professional athletes act #untouchable. While college’s are likely to financially go under w/out football. Perhaps pro money should help their #supplychain! I’m #overthem! https://t.co/iVGKFNoZpX
Of the 300K American WWII veterans still alive, fewer than 1K D-Day veterans are still with us. June 6th 1944 over 150K brave young Allied soldiers (US, UK, Canada) stormed the beaches of Normandy France. If you were a 21 yr old soldier on D-Day, you'd now be 97. The Longest Day. https://t.co/v1feLOfW7F
Social distancing: https://t.co/jGZkA6gcSi
There are no sports on and the world is at a standstill... Now is a good time to remind everyone that Jesse James caught it. https://t.co/Qw68LUBdPp