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I love Twitter, its a great place to connect with other people, share ideas and news, and as a small bonus, it is a great way to keep up with my work when I’m not able to physically post it to social media. But I think one of the things that people find the most annoying with Twitter is the fact that people constantly delete and re-tweet tweets that they don’t like.
I am not sure if you have read the old news story about the time someone took a picture of them that they didnt like and posted it on Twitter. They deleted it and re-tweeted it, resulting in thousands of people seeing that picture and feeling that they had just gotten a punch in the face.
That is a very clear depiction of what is the internet. Twitter is a cesspool of petty, personal attacks against other people. Like if you see someone posting a lot of terrible things on Twitter, it is very unlikely that they are going to try and stop you from seeing what you are seeing. You are basically giving them free access to your private thoughts.
On the other hand, if someone posts a picture of you on Twitter, it is very unlikely that they are going to try to stop you from seeing what you are seeing. You are basically giving them free access to your private thoughts.
The key here is that you should only care about what you can do for yourself, and what you can do for others. If someone is posting pictures of themselves all over the place, you should probably stay away from them. For instance, if someone is posting pictures of their body, it is likely that they are very well-off and should probably not post on Twitter.