In the category of “having fun on @Twitter” . . .

 
The account has been hailed as a leader of the resistance, and the denizens of the internet have understandably wanted to know: Who is the genius behind Merriam-Webster’s Twitter — and will they be getting a raise? . . .

Naturale, who writes the tweets herself with some creative input from other writers at Merriam-Webster, assured me that the 186-year-old dictionary is a “politically neutral” brand — but that doesn’t mean it has to be boring.

I like this kind of fun-poking. There’s no question that Trump does and says some head-scratching things, but not everything he does is the most evil think you’ve ever seen, as some seem to think. And even if he is a total ignoramus—and evil, to boot—none of us buys a dictionary because of its searing political commentary.