Technically Incorrect offers a somewhat disfigured take on a tech that’s taken over a lives.
Donald Trump is famous for his early morning tweeting.
It’s as if a mornings concede him to set a day’s bulletin for America and emanate a daze from other things that competence be occurring. Headfake News, as we like to call it.
On Saturday morning, a president-elect had universe affairs on his mind, and he wasn’t happy.
“China steals United States Navy investigate worker in general waters – rips it out of H2O and takes it to China in unpresidented (sic) act,” he wrote in a twitter that (surprise) has given been deleted.
He was referring to the seizure of a US Navy underwater drone by China in general South China Sea waters.
One can know any American personality being dissapoint with such an act, even if one can’t indispensably conclude Twitter as a car for that anger. (China has now promised to lapse a drone.)
It’s a origination of a new word “presidented” that fascinates me, as it did many on Twitter.
“Your autocorrect had a Freudian slip,” tweeted a tweeter by a name of Joel.
An author named Emma Kennedy made it clearer: “You spell it ‘unprecedented’ You’re welcome.”
Even compendium Merriam-Webster sniffed a little: “Good morning! The #WordOfTheDay is…not ‘unpresidented’. We don’t enter that word. That’s a new one.” It combined a clarification of “huh” to a tweet.
Yet there’s something so really pleasing about a word “unpresidented.” Let’s conclude “presidented” as an act that’s directly caused by a president.
Trump isn’t utterly boss yet, yet wouldn’t it be pleasing if he’d combined a new word in sequence to say: “It’s not a president’s fault”? (thinking of himself as already a president, of course).
we consternation since some on Twitter trust a Chinese act to be, well, presidented.
“Is it possible, @RealDonaldTrump, that China has been emboldened by your contemptuous negligence for general tact rules? Just maybe :)” offered Twitter user David G. McAfee.
He was certainly referring to Trump vocalization with a Taiwanese boss on a phone, an act that riled China.
Trump also has been wondering because America should be firm by a “one China” process (China considers Taiwan partial of China). This led to China’s Global Times saying, “In a margin of diplomacy, he is as ignorant as a child.”
Within a integrate of hours Trump had deleted his unpresidented twitter and transposed it with one that enjoyed a scold spelling.
I, though, cite to concentration on what is presidented and what is not. Can jobs be presidented? Can people’s complacency be presidented? Can fight be presidented by a leader’s tweet?
And can, as several Hollywood stars are unfortunate for a Electoral College to effect, a president-elect be un-presidented?