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Twitter has become a vomit inducing mess of self-righteousness and lynch mobs watch

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    I used to love Twitter as it was such an easy way to interact. It should never have been about debating or handing out poorly judged justice. Are people so sure they are right they have to shut others up?

    I think we all need to check our motivations before attempting to ruin others lives.

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    It had always been like that.

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    I like Twitter, it's the only place on the web where you don't see white power nutjobs and atheist cool kids every 10 seconds.
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    It had always been like that.

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    It has but there is a self-righteousness that has become more and more problematic. It isn't enough anymore to disagree, you have to ruin a person's life, reputation and then expect them to go away. I've never been so sure I am right about something that I need never hear an opinion that differs, even an offensive one.
 
 
 
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