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Ten Reasons Twitter WILL NEVER DIE

in response to Al/Nader's last post, let me just voice my piece:


1.) HOW ELSE WILL I TWEET TO CELEBRITIES
2.) HOW ELSE WILL I TWEET TO EUROPOP STARS
3.) HOW ELSE WILL I EXPRESS MY DISLIKE FOR SOMEONE BY UNFOLLOWING THEM A LA KATY PERRY/RUSSELL BRAND



4.) I THINK IN HASHTAGS NOW #REALLY
5.) HOW ELSE WILL I TWEET TO CELEBRITIES
6.) HOW ELSE WILL MIDDLE EASTERN COUNTRIES HAVE UPRISING
7.) HOW ELSE WILL WE KNOW WHAT KIRSTIE ALLEY IS THINKING
8.) HOW ELSE WILL I TWEET TO CELEBRITIES
9.) IT'S LIKE MY DELPHI
10.) HOW ELSE WILL I TWEET TO CELEBRITIES!!!! 

Comments

  1. It has no mass appeal to adults, but now that Facebook is turning into MySpace, it may have a better show at longevity.

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  2. Now looka here BrittSNBC,
    I didn't say Twitter was going to die. I said it was going down in quality.

    @AWM FB is a Popsicle stand. Let's join Google Plus.

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  3. I think that only certain types of people know how to really use Twitter. Everyone please just stay on facebook.

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  4. I am rather looking forward to Facebook failing, so then I can not sign up for Google+ and be off of social networking without the drama of deleting the account while it's popular. I love how Facebook's idea at furthering its success is to copy the old MySpace layout. This thing is ugly as sin, and once it forces old ladies to use this unreadable jumble-map collage it calls a time line feature, that'll be step one in its downfall.

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  5. AWM David Muir has it! it's definitely an adult thing! check and mate! but also Facebook is becoming more and more like MySpace....sad to say.

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