Because it’s Twitter. The virtual high-school that we may never graduate from.
I don’t have 1,260 friends in real life; I interact with a core group of 10 to 15 people.
Imagine guys posting “My #MCM this week is my bro Allen. Your chiseled jaw is so masculine and handsome. SLAY, my dude!!!”
I was never a heavy Facebook user, though. I’d check it daily, but I wasn’t proactive about it. I didn’t seek people out, I didn’t stalk my exes, and I rarely posted status updates or new photo albums.
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You’ll want to share these with all your friends.
We aren’t using these sites to document our lives anymore, we are living solely for content to post on them, throwing the scales of precedence off-balance. We do it for the ‘gram.
Using Google Earth and various media clips and police statements, this new theory explains why everything you’ve heard about Mike Brown’s shooting has been a lie from day one.