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  1. I'd delete my Twitter account but
    A: don't think that would solve anything outside of my addiction as there'd still be a copy somewhere
    B: I'd have to recover my info which would likely feed to my addiction of it.

    about 16 days ago from web
    1. @awl I still very much use my same-name twitter @ - been using it for the last few years and have met a bunch of folks there I get along with. xD

      Admittedly, there are obviously political and 'censorship' practices of the site that aren't entirely agreeable, but unfortunately this seems to be just about the norm for many sites of social media nature now.

      about 16 days ago from web
      1. @rockingsunset @awl as for addiction...well, that's an unfortunate fate! xD

        about 16 days ago from web
      2. @rockingsunset My problems were with the aberrant toxicity that comes with extremes in politicism. Either side, not that they're entirely the same, but equally hard to listen to after a while. Especially if you're a centrist looking to calm themselves as they age.

        Twitter at once had its use but no longer. That ought to make my addiction to it and social media easier to quit but addictions don't make sense.

        about 16 days ago from web
    2. @awl @rockingsunset I only have some of those things since society demands it, cause if you didnt you would be only half informed or missing out on interacting with some people. It's totally obnoxious and pointless, It's like buying a game for only a part of it, then half to pay for the other half. Wait....

      about 15 days ago from MuSTArDroid
      1. @firestormdangerdash as I age the more society and its demands can blow me.

        about 15 days ago from web