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Amid all the bad news on Twitter this week — especially including all the recent Supreme Court decisions — something wonderful happened just the other day. E. L. James, the author of 50 Shades of Grey, opened herself to questions.
Among the wonderful responses she received:
#AskELJames Is it only ok for Christian to stalk, coerce, threaten & manipulate Ana because he’s hot, or is it also ok because he’s rich?
— 50 Shades is abuse (@50shadesabuse) June 29, 2015
#AskELJames I need advice on making a BIG romantic gesture. Should I put a GPS tracker in her phone and make threats if she tries to leave?
— Liam Dryden (@LiamDrydenEtc) June 29, 2015
It could be argued that in the last few days, we’ve encountered worse writing even than that by James, and by several justices at once.
If you could tweet a question to one of the Supremes, who would it be to and what would you ask?