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So, don't follow random idiots. I do, surprisingly, have friends on
Twitter _AND_ care what they do and are interested in them and their
activities. Twitter enables me to keep in touch with them in a very
I suspect most people's disappointment with Twitter stems from them
using it wrong.
On 11/25/09 1:23 AM, David Neeley wrote:
> Frankly, there are no occasions I can think of when I actually *care*
> what someone had for lunch today, or whether some random idiot were
> bored, or any of the other items of pure trivia from the self-absorbed
> that seem to dominate Twitter--at least they did last I checked it
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