The Coronavirus pandemic has led to shutdowns of some of our favorite places. That includes the National Cowboy Museum and during that time, they gave their head of security some additional responsibilities.
This has been quite an adventure for Tim. His posts have been so endearing because they’re funny and because Tim doesn’t fully know how to work social media. It’s great.
This was one of his first posts Tim made with the account. It’s cool that the item included is from”True Grit” but even better is his use of the word “hashtag.”
Realizing that he was struggling a bit, Tim tweeted out “Twitter tips, please.” Then, his next post was this one, showing that he thought he was searching that on Google.
Once again, Tim’s use of the word hashtag is a highlight. In the responses, people were saying that “hashtag” should’ve been trending because it was that great.
As noted, there’s a level of wholesomeness to his posts. For example, this tweet is both informative and fun in that he notes how he’d want to hang out with Dorothea Lange.
The best part was that Tim realized he had been using hashtags wrong. He now understood that he needed to use the pound sign, yet still wrote out the word hashtag.
When he learned that he should ask questions for social media engagement, he did so but also let everyone know that he was happily married to Tina. No need for another engagement.
Get a pen and paper ready. Really think about that. This is what Tim suggested for those who wanted the web address to take a virtual tour of the museum.
Even when Tim isn’t sharing any photos from the museum, he still delivers quality content. This one is a simple joke that you can’t help but get a small chuckle out of.
How cute is this? When Tim was told to take photos at the selfie station, he snapped an empty shot rather than taking a selfie on the assigned mat. Fantastic.
Once again, Tim realized the error of his ways. At least somewhat. He seems to be a bit closer to what he’s aiming for each time. This one shows a slightly better job.
Tim is clearly a man who takes the concept of not texting and driving seriously. That’s even the case when it comes to riding a horse, and he’s not wrong.
Considering the tough times we’re currently living in, it’s nice that we could get these encouraging words from someone we all like and appreciate!
Tim took it to the next level of dad jokes. He opted for a grandad joke. Lucas, his grandson, didn’t love it but he figured most of the followers would.
The response to Tim has been overwhelmingly positive. People seem to love what he’s doing. It could be why the already popular museum now has over 300,000 followers.
One of the most consistent responses so far has been that this is the kind of quality content we all need online right now. It’s a bright spot in these tough times.
How amazing is this? When someone suggested Tim upload a Tik Tok, he took it to mean that he should share a photo of one of the clocks in the museum.
This might be the sweetest and cutest thing he posted. Tim showed off Woody and his “Toy Story” friends while also bringing up his two grandchildren.
To make it even better, Tim waited about half an hour and followed up with this tweet addressing his grandkids and mentioning a classic Woody catchphrase.