Beginning To Wonder About Me On Twitter

I think I might be on one of those lists and services where you can buy Twitter followers. Not quite happy with the thought of that being a possibility. Some people want to inflate their followers artificially so they can make money or something like that. If someone wants to follow me on Twitter or here on the blog they are pretty much welcome to but know I am not a famous person and at times I find myself rather dull. Interesting.

Author: Tony Burgess

Hi there, my name is Tony Burgess from Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA. I am a believer, bleeding-heart, idealist and blogger. My life is about my wife Laura of 18 years. We have a dog named Cody. I have worked in customer service and relations. Currently I work for Blood Assurance a regional blood bank contacting donors to donate blood. I graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 1994, Hiwassee College in 1992 and Red Bank High School in 1988. Spiritually I am a member of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. My interests are blogging (duh), media, computers, cooking, sports, entertainment, culture and religion. Thank you for connecting with me. Grace, peace and love!

3 thoughts on “Beginning To Wonder About Me On Twitter”

    1. Sorry, my computer is giving me issues. What I meant to say is that I can understand. There are a lot of people want to get followers and make money. I canceled my account because I just needed sometime to myself to figure out what I needed to do. I plan to rejoin, but it’s going to different. Just do what you want. Good luck.

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  1. I actually quit Twitter. All social media spaces have this problem with people liking to get liked, following to get followed and I cannot deny falling into that trap more than I’d like, but Twitter seems to take that to a level I just can’t justify in any way. Even WP I’ve backed away from liking/following casually. Of course having written a book I believe is rare and important I “should” put myself out there as much as I am able, but I’ve never felt good about any sort of fake-ness. Twitter seems to breed it.

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