In a pretty condensed week on Twitter, it’s safe to say that sooner or later, something would get stuck and it so came to pass that a ship is now stuck in the Suez canal. All this not to mention that crazy expensive Tweet sold by Jack Dorsey.
Suez Canal Ship Blocked
According to the BBC, the ship ran aground and became lodged sideways across the waterway on Tuesday after a gust of wind blew it off course. It is blocking one of the world’s busiest trade routes.
Thus it is causing a huge tailback of other ships trying to pass through the Suez Canal, which separates Africa from the Middle East and Asia. 5 days later and the boat is still stuck. Since then the jokes haven’t stopped streaming in.
Her: Come over
Me: I can't I got my ship stuck in the Suez Canal
Her: My Parents aren't home
— Matt Esparza (@matthewesp) March 25, 2021
It doesn’t sound so big to most, but here’s a depiction of how tall it really is. Also, It weighs 200,000 tonnes, with a maximum capacity of 20,000 containers.
— Hesham Mohamed (@M4r5halmathers) March 25, 2021
Thus, the jokes commence when the small tries to save the big…
— chel$ea (@chhlss) March 28, 2021
Evergreen at Suez Canal. pic.twitter.com/b0CvEOA4JC
— Sun Tzu (@ItsChanzu) March 27, 2021
To every problem, there is a solution. According to these people, it’s pretty simple.
— Where is Satoshi (@WheresSatoshi) March 28, 2021
My very good theory on how the cargo ship got stuck in the Suez Canal pic.twitter.com/P9W9zjhTiX
— Yoko (@stuffyokodraws) March 28, 2021
The story is so big that there’s an entire website built around updating the world on the issue at hand called Is the ship still stuck?
Jack Dorsey’s Million-Dollar Tweet
— MIT CSAIL (@MIT_CSAIL) March 21, 2021
The world of NFTs (non-fungible tokens) is one we are still trying to get our heads around. But there is no doubt that there are individuals out there with enough money to buy stuff that are already available for free.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has been one of the biggest NFT enthusiasts and he shocked the world when he decided to sell put up his first-ever tweet for auction. Well, the NFT finally found its highest bidder who was willing to pay $2.9 million (about KES 318 million).
So are they selling screenshots or what? pic.twitter.com/w3eqjrY4Sb
— Zulu Problem Child (@realTre_Mad) March 23, 2021
A tweet from the Valuables by Cent auction platform revealed this saying, “Jack accepted the offer from sinaEstavi for $2,915,835.47. This tweet is now minted on the blockchain.”
— Reuters (@Reuters) March 22, 2021
Was it a waste of money? Yes, yes it was.
Eh Wtf, you're guy got money to waste
— $ ͪ ⷶ ͧ ᷠ_ ᷜ ͤ ꙷ ᷦ?️ (@_ShaunKeyz) March 23, 2021