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Everyone Is All A Twitter

Everyone Is All A Twitter
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Back in the day a person could get fired from work for showing up late. A person would crash his or her car because they were fiddling with the radio knobs. Back in the day a person had hobbies, reading, building model cars, knitting or something as simple as collecting rocks. Kiss those days good bye kiddies, everything now is about the tweet.

The following is just one old mans opinion:

I have said it once, and I will say it again, most modern technology is the work of Satan. Twitter is the latest handle of evil. Do I really need to check twitter at 3 in the morning to find out what Kim Kardashian is eating for breakfast in Malasia,? No, I don’t think so. In fact, if it wasn’t for tweeting, the Ashtons, Kims, Britneys and the Paris Hiltons of the world would be where they should be…out of the spot light.

Case in point, Hollywood is home to 125 of the top 500 tweeters. It’s sad that something like this can be as addicting and dangerous as drugs or booze. One man, Larry Carlat, lost everything from his marriage, to his job…TWICE, because of his addiction to Twitter. This guy posted something on Twitter every hour of every day for three years. Gone, two jobs, his wife, numerous friends and probably his sanity. This guy finally had enough and stopped, he has now been Tweet clean for about a month, though he still writes character messages in his head.

This just boggles my mind. For me, here is where the problem gets worse. I know people with kids who Tweet back and forth with¬†themwhile they are both in the same house. That’s building a healthy relationship with family members. The United States accounts for 358 of the top Twitter cities on the “Twitter 500″ list. Good God man. Drop the phone, read a book, do some extra homework, talk to your parents or another family member face to face. When technology has finally made us all dumber, and turned our brains to mush, don’t come crying to me, because I don’t Tweet.

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