Twitter Files for Bankruptcy After Banning Angry People — The Mad Satirist

Twitter, once worth $40 billion, is now filing for bankruptcy, CEO Jack Dorsey has announced. The move comes just months after the company instituted a no tolerance policy on anger, banning any user who “exhibits or contributes to anger or vitriol.” 199 more words

via Twitter Files for Bankruptcy After Banning Angry People — The Mad Satirist

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      1. I was able to follow you on the “search” page, but still don’t see a follow button on your site.

        I guess you should try one of the widgets to get that follow button. I am not much of an expert and WP makes it too difficult ☹️

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      2. Yeah, thanks for the info! I set up an email subscription widget, it says the follow button should appear automatically in the top right, but that may only be for web browsing and not mobile.

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      3. Ugh, I am now on the laptop and I still don’t see a follow button.
        I hope it’s just a fail on my laptop! Maybe you should ask some others if they see it.

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      4. I guess it still should show.
        I found you by typing your name in search, but I am not sure if everyone knows about the possibility.
        I think you can loose potential followers with something annoying like this.
        Not sure if you care about followers,? 😅 (I do 😉)

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      5. Finally someone who admits it. I thought I was alone in that.

        No problem. I am angry at how WP doesn’t give you the notification automatically, so I fix for them as much as I cam 😉

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      6. Why is it so hard for people to tell the truth.
        It’s not like you’re commiting a crime for feeling this way!
        Or are those people just waiting for people like you and me to say it out loud so that they don’t have to? 😉

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      7. Oh god there isn’t enough time in the world to talk about why people can’t tell the truth lol. I think in regards to this situation they want it to seem like they’re not interested in advancing or promoting their blog because their devoid of self-interest or something.

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