Why You Shouldn’t Be Concerned with the Twitter Brouhaha

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So many people are concerned about Elon Musk buying Twitter. Honestly, I’m not too concerned since that transaction doesn’t directly affect my daily personal life. With that being said, I believe that the mass majority of Twitter users are over exaggerating the circumstance.

Will people’s lives be forever changed? No. If Mr. Musk chooses to manipulate the social…

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Picture a world where there's always action, drama, a musical sequence, and an ending that's either really good or really bad. That's every day of my life.

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Vanessa Hinojosa

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Picture a world where there's always action, drama, a musical sequence, and an ending that's either really good or really bad. That's every day of my life.

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