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    #1

    We're you like this

    What does "We're you like this" mean? It sounds confusing to me.

    Does it mean "Why are you like this"?


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    Way to get to the bottom of the problem... Deny it exists and then name call!
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    We're you like this before you got impeached? Oh right this is part of the reason you were... Hubris. My bad

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    #2

    Re: We're you like this

    Typo. It should be Were, not We're.
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    #3

    Re: We're you like this

    The poster also misspelled 'genius', and unnecessarily capitalized 'hubris'.

    We could probably pick the post apart even more, but then it's Twitter, so we shouldn't expect correct grammar from it, or any social media site.

    I mean, we should, but in reality, we shouldn't. My expectations about SNS (and the internet in general) are a combination of 'hope for the best, but expect the worst' and 'possibly trust but certainly verify'.
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