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MTA-NYCT Reads Mean Tweets

Posted by Henry R32 #3730 on Fri Nov 8 21:46:38 2019

This was a lot funnier than I expected it to be:


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Re: MTA-NYCT Reads Mean Tweets

Posted by Bill from Maspeth on Sat Nov 9 18:35:15 2019, in response to MTA-NYCT Reads Mean Tweets, posted by Henry R32 #3730 on Fri Nov 8 21:46:38 2019.

Which is the reason why I can't stand Twitter and have no use for it.

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Re: MTA-NYCT Reads Mean Tweets

Posted by gold_12th on Sun Nov 10 17:13:53 2019, in response to MTA-NYCT Reads Mean Tweets, posted by Henry R32 #3730 on Fri Nov 8 21:46:38 2019.

Well, its not like Jimmy Kimmel style of mean tweets without some profanity.

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Re: MTA-NYCT Reads Mean Tweets

Posted by Spider-Pig on Sun Nov 10 20:46:05 2019, in response to Re: MTA-NYCT Reads Mean Tweets, posted by Bill from Maspeth on Sat Nov 9 18:35:15 2019.

Twitter has its uses.

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Re: MTA-NYCT Reads Mean Tweets

Posted by Kevin from Midwood on Mon Nov 11 00:01:15 2019, in response to Re: MTA-NYCT Reads Mean Tweets, posted by Spider-Pig on Sun Nov 10 20:46:05 2019.

Twitter has its uses.

Very much so. Your Twitter experience is heavily dependent on whom you follow, and there are some great minds on Twitter. It's particularly useful for the following:
  • Breaking news and other events you might care about but don't qualify as "news"
  • Insights and analysis from insiders and people who know a great deal about a given subject
  • Resolving customer service issues more quickly and conveniently than via phone or email (or if you've hit a dead end via those methods)
I do see a lot of complaints like Bill's. I think some people are sensitive to trolling and take Twitter too seriously or they're high-profile users who've grown tired of clicking Block, Mute and Report.

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