Everybody is a comedian on Twitter, but only a select few are worthy enough to have all of their witticisms transmitted to you, the ever busy comedy fan trying to navigate through an increasingly congested internet. Every Friday we’ll make your life a little bit easier by introducing you to an individual who consistently makes us laugh. You’re welcome.
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Tim Long (@MrTimLong) is one of few men to ever be able to accurately claim that he was born in Canada and had at one time been an executive producer for The Simpsons. Canadian and affiliated with The Simpsons? There’s no way he isn’t funny. And Twitter proves as much.
Even though Long is a smart man who most likely can engage you in intelligent conversation, you probably should not use the term “per se.”
Tim is a history buff.
Long may have a future in developing shows for the USA Network.
He is careful about not ruining the endings to things.
Tim discovered something worse than the Madden cover curse.
Long can stand to get a new optometrist.
He knows not to trust big butts or smiles.
Tim makes philosophy a little bit more interesting.
Long may or may not be The Falconer.
He hasn’t had ketchup in years.
The man’s cell phone is richer than yours.
Tim is a conspiracy theorist.
Apparently he has a son named Theo.
Long knows something besides the sound of your own wheels that can drive you crazy.
He would have made a bold casting decision or two if he directed Inception.
But he’s too busy writing other movies.
And clothing the less fortunate.
Roger Cormier wants Falconry to be an Olympic event.