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But you know it's at its putters -- -- and it's nice birthday just -- medical incidents -- -- every day I'm.
Later -- and I got to use it I'm talking about that social network -- transform the way that the world communicates.
It's turns seven today I was kind of a late comer to Twitter Kimberly and and it was until like February 2010 and I finally said okay fine -- try that you dominating -- now what I don't know buy dot.
Almost all of -- -- -- -- feels like a much more well rounded news consumer because of that I -- a lot of different people and then if -- tweet a link to an article I'll print that -- for the weekend -- -- email it to myself at different levels are very organized yes -- think about -- he got -- I really enjoy it at first I was little bit skeptical though that -- another kind of face butt saying but and a -- like phase -- team but it's a lot to keep -- with the Twitter I -- to be very helpful because of the news contents.
You really are able to get instantaneous updates and with respect to -- You know global hot spots Third World countries different things conflicts going around the world even place for the trying to censor information it's almost impossible these places to prevent.
Did in the news and media from being transmitted instantaneously.
Across the world and I really like I want asked Bob about that because -- if you give -- -- is in State Department -- presidential experience can you imagine if that that technology was available at that time because.
As the Arab Spring was unfolding.
And interior square in -- in particular.
All that Twitter stuff was happening and also during the green revolution in Iran can you imagine having to be the guy to go and explained doctor -- -- -- What a tweet was and how that was about to bring down the whole regime.
You know it it was I think about if this is available there Tiananmen square and the Chinese almost are brought to their knees which they should have been.
It at the at those organized groups around that country have been able to treat one another.
They would have been able to have a much -- -- better organized response to the Chinese Government.
I don't know I don't use it's very very much -- really -- and -- -- for you but you guys for the first time I didn't -- you get news how -- -- -- -- I'll show you oh my god I love you -- I'd ask Eric about -- Twitter ads and I think you're an active creature.
-- a consumer Twitter but also that -- -- about the company because it is pretty night amazing eleven.
Twitter accounts are created every second.
And 400 tweets.
I guess per day that they have a 1000400.
Four million hours just 400 but I didn't -- some -- Jack Dorsey the guy who invented to founder of Twitter -- like an interesting guy he.
He grew up on in I believe -- San Francisco used to watch the rail yards you watch on the trains worked and he actually.
Hacked into -- that the census would train insistence that I have a better way of doing that's where they hired -- and while he was there he developed different.
Ways of looking at -- social media different ways about traffic works.
-- he's such an interest in guys know his next project is he wants to become mayor of New York City.
He thinks that New York City our whole mass transit systems got a messed up and he can fix it and he will.
They let us not to do it during a bit I don't know if -- -- has done for about Canada is exactly in love hate relationship with Twitter -- he's -- -- let me let's let our relationship and think well I.
At one had it serves a valuable service that -- 280000.
Something to focus on in their life which are picture of tweets of your dog.
But it's a conflict between putting out and taking in if you want to go public with their thoughts.
You'll that you allow this influx into your life that you didn't have before.
And you find yourself looking at it when you should probably be talking to your wife or doing something with humidity -- you're there.
And you also realize that attention is a narcotic.
It's got 888 I mean.
You can sit there in refresh.
And refreshed and refreshed and not even -- you're doing it can -- you can get some meat on Twitter -- -- shot I think my agent my wife says that you will have a Twitter addict she ought to have a FaceBook and Twitter -- -- -- anyone -- some.
On that like this Alitalia freshening.
You know be responding re tweeting also I get -- Heidi you're laughing like if somebody says something funny on Twitter and -- -- to be you know -- -- -- dinner or something.
Economic well somebody just.
You don't you think about the season people get get in trouble on a project actually post your -- Anthony Weiner -- real.
-- -- they later take it up strategy you know -- lost their jobs like gaffe by by having an injured -- that that was a good about his arm where it is a report from kind of party characters.
-- I love the bad part about it because it makes you think about different -- how you can.
I condense a sentence into words -- -- I'm terrible about this but but sometimes it does have a grammatical error or a -- spelling our iPhone.
Always corrects you -- it's not meant to be corrected I'd show you mentioned desperate Twitter we got -- to them today -- when we are going to talk about their birthday and they sent.
The most three -- -- pictures that when there's about a vice presidential debate as Jasper and all of his friends get I get is why don't debate.
I'm not that it wouldn't expect.
To show you what these letter that started a Twitter war it was about a year ago Good Friday last year that's Greg Gutfeld -- not a Good Friday last year when he started to -- or -- -- me.
He lost the Twitter war against me and he's still hasn't -- that is one of the greatest.
Sweaters of all time well I don't think Easter -- in the coming -- Arafat's greens.
I would and I have one last thing which is a ball screen of all.
Actresses for all that the hosts of the five you can find all of us on Twitter.
I'm one that is kind of hard is Robert -- Beckel.
And beat Juan Williams occasionally get a -- A lot of people keep tweeting Bob Beckel and you're so lucky you don't get those that I don't.
So horrible book I -- most of her look nice yeah -- I -- -- -- I hope Bob does indeed.
I think -- people forget it forget.
That it's Robert T -- right you never get the really bad one -- -- -- -- about -- -- -- the -- -- people just assume that I -- it'll explain its Robert -- -- -- and we're gonna get and at -- a little bit more than happy birthday Twitter and in the end during the breaks.
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