A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeye's fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from May 24, 2020
“After spending any amount of time on social media you can understand…”

Many people on social media are not too bright.

“Take a look at trending topics on Twitter and you’ll understand why they have to write ‘do not eat’ on dry silica packets” was posted on Twitter by Big Brother on November 7, 2011. “Looking at the trending topics on twitter I now understand why they have to put ‘do not eat’ on dry silica packets” was posted on Twitter by Heather Peaytt on November 8, 2011. “RT @ashfein When you look at Twitter’s trending topics, it’s easier to understand why they have to write ‘Do Not Eat’ on silica gel packets” was posted on Twitter by lisa van wyk on August 6, 2013. 

“After spending any amount of time on social media you can understand why they need to write ‘Do Not Eat’ on silica packets” was posted on Twitter by MeannMike™ on May 14, 2016. “Retweeted Mr. Hook™ (@Phook75): After spending any amount of time on social media you can understand why they need to write ‘Do Not Eat’ on silica packets” was posted on Facebook by The Paul Dakers Page on May 15, 2016.


Twitter
Big Brother
@I_amBigBrother
Take a look at trending topics on Twitter and you’ll understand why they have to write “do not eat” on dry silica packets.
2:47 PM · Nov 7, 2011·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Heather Peaytt
@hcrum41
Looking at the trending topics on twitter I now understand why they have to put “do not eat” on dry silica packets.
11:00 PM · Nov 8, 2011·Hootsuite

Twitter
david tuck
@dtuck40
Take a look at trending topics and you’ll understand why they have to print “do not eat” on dry silica packets.
11:11 AM · Nov 18, 2011·Twitter for iPad

Twitter
Dante EvilCat
@DanteEvilCat
Look at the trending topics right now and you’ll understand why they have to write “Do Not Eat” on dry silica packets.
6:06 PM · Dec 28, 2011·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
lisa van wyk
@swimlittlefish
RT @ashfein When you look at Twitter’s trending topics, it’s easier to understand why they have to write “Do Not Eat” on silica gel packets.
11:42 AM · Aug 6, 2013·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
MeannMike™
@MeannMike
After spending any amount of time on social media you can understand why they need to write “Do Not Eat” on silica packets.
4:11 PM · May 14, 2016·TweetCaster for Android

Facebook
The Paul Dakers Page
May 15, 2016 ·
Retweeted Mr. Hook™ (@Phook75):
After spending any amount of time on social media you can understand why they need to write “Do Not Eat” on silica packets

Twitter
Spencer Key
@txfunpolice
After spending any time on social media you can understand why they need to write “Do Not Eat” on silica packets…
10:21 PM · Jun 21, 2016·Twitter for iPad

Twitter
HandBanana
@sarcasdesign
After spending any amount of time on social media, you can understand why “Do Not Eat” is printed on silica packets..
11:46 PM · Jun 21, 2016·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
StanSlaughter
@StanSlaughter
When you look at Twitter’s trending topics, it’s a lot easier to understand why they have to write “Do Not Eat” on silica gel packets.
8:18 AM · Oct 25, 2019·Twitter Web App

Twitter
CrinRonaClinking glassesTwo heartsTractorHorse racingGem stone
@CorinnaSladey
After spending any amount of time on social media you can understand why they need to write “Do Not Eat” on silica packets
5:02 PM · May 19, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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