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Friday, 28 October 2022

Can Twitter Be Saved?

 


A friend of mine once said that in any organization, at least 10% of the people in it will be there to cause nothing but trouble. They thrive on it and get a dopamine rush from it.  On a social media platform I think that goes up to 50%, at least. If you get them in management or positions of authority… oh boy, you are in trouble! They will surround themselves with other troublemakers and bring in more.

The first three people walked out the door at Twitter were all H1B pajeets. I strongly suspect that as Elon goes about his house cleaning… the overwhelming majority of faces he will have to sweep out will be brown, black, and/or female. The race, pervert and gender cards are sure to be played. Even if he can turf the diversity and reassert some kind of meritocracy… what can he do? People that got banned or left in disgust have established themselves on other platforms. What can Elon offer that the others can’t?


10 comments:

  1. Not sure. I shit post on there, probably shadow banned but the likes mostly are from people joining the last two years, aka BOTS.

    Once the millions of bots are purged from the subscriber total I think it will fail.

    Bear Claw Chris Lapp

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  2. Don't know, don't care, don't do social media, a vast wasteland and pervert dump.

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  3. Wonder if ITAR takes over due to Musk owning SpaceX.

    That would be, no foreigners working at a defense contractor (SpaceX.)

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  4. 'Never did Twatter. That being said, "social media" is a reality to many, so I hope Musk can do something with it. Chances are though, d'gubmeyent will hamstring him the same as it did Trump.

    ...Film at eleven...

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  5. Who cares what some bot or AI on Twatter says? Only cat-persons, perverts, leftists (much overlap) and supposedly governments from what I can see. It’s all fake and ghey.

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  6. Also a non-user/never user. But once you clear out the trash trees, the forest can really let the good ones grow tall.

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  7. Can Twatter be saved. Who knows. Who cares. Twatter, like FaecesBook produces and provides NOTHING of value. Elon Musk shaking things up and cleaning house there provides some amusement for onlookers but is irrelevant in the real world. Future historians...If we have a future...will wonder why so much credence was paid to such pointless endeavors as "social media". It's totally illogical.

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  8. I can barely stand "humans" anyway. Why would God put my consciencness in such a body? Half haired, hair lipped, monkeys in skin suits! Debating twatter, governments, their control over science and bots named Anna who only have one motivation. Frankly, I'll be relieved when my time here is over. I did, however, find a good wife and home, some animals and a handful of decent humans like this blog's host, and a few others. Hell, even some commenters. So, I guess it wasn't all for naught. Oh, lest I forget, I learned to shoot really well too.
    Ohio Guy

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  9. I’ve never used Twitter either but have seen archived tweets everywhere. It and other similar platforms are absolutely great for news and current events - so long as you are smart enough not to trust it. Folks will notice things the mass media doesn’t, or see the stuff our rulers are trying to hide. I tend to lurk on such sites for the most part.

    Banning huge topics for discussion is obviously an offence to civil rights… but it’s bloody bad for business too. On that basis alone you could fire a lot of people…

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