This is the kind of Tweet that drives me nuts.
Blows you off in two sentences. Didn’t even use 140 characters.
This is the depth of discussion on Twitter and Facebook. Someone writes something that he or she hopes is useful but not on Twitter and then discovers in two short sentences, they are wrong.
Does this mean Michael that you can’t compare things that aren’t identical? And if they are identical, what’s to compare?
This pretty much eliminates much of the discussion of public policy. But then Twitter and Facebook might well have already done that. Reminds one of the depth of discussion on #ottbike as in:
Gray is an idiot.
That’s very perceptive of you.
What does ‘perceptive’ mean?
Gray disagreed with us.
How can he do that when we are right?
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