Dang, was Lemont one of the first people on Twitter?
A big thumbs down for Twitter! Hasn’t it caused enough problems already?
More reasons to boycott Fauxbook and Sh*tter.
I’m curiously disappointed that those tweets aren’t legit.
Looked at Twitter once and could not see the point of it. Cannot say I have missed out on anything,
I understand that Europeans don’t understand how Americans are so willing to speak to strangers. That’s why Americans overseas often consider the natives impolite and stand-offish and the natives often consider Americans boisterous and rude.
Gocomics is the only place on the internet I have any kind of social presence
Do have to admit I once considered Twitter, glad I didn’t go that route
Yet another reason to stay away from social media.
Honestly, I’m afraid to sign up for Twitter.
I tried twitter. Abandoned it quickly.
Life is too short for that crap.
Twitter is for twits.
Isn’t Lemont the guy who constantly corrects the grammar of total strangers who weren’t even talking to him?
I’m definitely going to use that phrase about the purpose of talking to strangers on facebook and maybe even here…
Being “in it to win it” isn’t as big a problem, as those who insist they’ve “won it” when they lose.
Accountability. What a concept.
I remember a fellow who started most statements with, “This is no s**t.”
I never brought it up but began to wonder about those few times when he DIDN’T make that claim.
Twitter existed in 2007?
I agree with those who too don’t use FB or Twitter. Yet, I wonder if were blinding ourselves to what is going down? Being ignorant of it is the opposite of dealing with it.
Honestly, I don’t know why anyone bothers with Twitter.
He’s not that massive.
Get off Twitter, that will fix it. I know about Twitter and Facebook and dont use them. Im aware there are other apps out there and again dont know them, dont use them. Tiktok something and Instagram something. I do have a smartphone, I use it to make and receive phone calls, I have been known to check the weather and take a photo.
I came to a similar conclusion with those who want to speak with full candor over truthfully.
I think “honestly” just gently lays the groundwork for an opinion that might be out of sync with the general consensus. “Honestly, I think chocolate is overrated.”
Darrin Bell and Theron Heir