Will Elon Musk's ownership be good or bad for Twitter?

Will Elon Musk's ownership be good or bad for Twitter?

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Ryan
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Ryan

When a company is public you have to always show value to your share holders. Elon will be able to kick bots off, re in state true free speech and clean up the app. He will be able to do this since he doesn’t have to always be showing increased users, ext.

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Max
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Max

Good for Twitter and America. Free speech wins again. And I knew the Disney thing, had to move along to a new topic.

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Max

This Question of the Day won't last long either. It's leaning way to Conservative.

Lisa Gore
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Lisa Gore

They are lucky they didn’t go broke and Elon kept them alive basically. Go Woke Go Broke. #Im🍑44

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Skye pie
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Skye pie

He know how to run a successful business too many people were not doing knowing working for twitter so he fired them to make more money for himself and people who work you cant get bad at him

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Zaos Gonzolez
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Zaos Gonzolez

I think it’s mostly good, which means that Musk buying Twitter is partly false. In conclusion, i will not have a Twitter account.

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Adam
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Adam

Thought you all might like this article. Have a great day. https://www.dispatch.com/story/news/2021/06/04/ohio-state-university-study-conservatives-liberal-political-misinformation/7524485002/

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Tim Sylvester
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Tim Sylvester

I think Musks' performance speaks for itself at this point!

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Now that Championship weekend has wrapped up, will you be watching the Pro Bowl Games?

Now that Championship weekend has wrapped up, will you be watching the Pro Bowl Games?

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Max
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Max

Flag football is more fun than soccer, but not very much more fun.

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Christopher Watson
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Christopher Watson

Superbowl yes, nothing else.

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Have you ever met a celebrity?

Have you ever met a celebrity?

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Wild Thing
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Wild Thing

Have met too many to list, had a few ignore their bodyguards so photos could be taken with them by paparazzi, and after meeting more than once had a few remember my name and saying they hope we meet yet again! And cannot forget that I got to know one of them VERY well, ahem, if you know what I mean!

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Joyce Koch
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Joyce Koch

I met and got my photo taken with one.

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John Rorabaugh
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John Rorabaugh

I met Al Unser sr.& Jr. Delivered a pizza to al Jr. In his heyday at his home. Seen his borg warner trophy

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seaweed349
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seaweed349

I worked for a big university theatre department, so yes. Can't remember them all. I have never thought it was important.

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Abby Normal
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Abby Normal

Ellen Travolta in Spokane WA. Francesca Eastwood in Moses Lake WA Veronica Cartwright in Las Vegas Penn and Teller Spokane WA Wm Shatner & Michael Dorn Las Vegas

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Lisa Gray
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Lisa Gray

I talked to one on the phone once. Cannot remember his name, darn it. He called me asking for money for the local police department and we ended up chatting for a bit. Very nice guy. Used to play a doctor on television? Oh! I remember! Chad Everett!

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rover6rover
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rover6rover

I met actors James Stewart and Jackie Chan at book signings -- and I touched John Denver and said, "Thanks, John," after a concert.

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Bonnie Batten
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Bonnie Batten

Quite a few, mostly at concert meet and greets.

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Robert Davidson
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Robert Davidson

Some performers have a meet and greet after their show.

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David May
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David May

I have met more than most people would have thought to. When they found that I was interested in them as a person most were just that...a person. Once someone tried to set me up with one. I could do better.

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Tina Bouthillier
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Tina Bouthillier

Honestly, not interested

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