Saturday, September 18, 2021

Mr Gus Instinct on Twitter

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Twitter in 140 characters… (well almost…)

 

Twitter: Human beings showing sheep like behaviour and asking for drivel rather than information. Then the Twitterati actually went over the cliff when they bought shares in a company that loses $2 billion a year and has now dropped in value by 25%. Enough said. Where will it all end apart from a moment of truth? I wonder if the Sage of Omaha bought any.

 

Mr Gus Instinct views those who invested in Twitter to be displaying Neanderthal-like behaviour
Mr Gus Instinct views those who invested in Twitter to be displaying Neanderthal-like behaviour

Our new columnist, Mr Gus Instinct, will be back next week with more proclamations from the deep.

 

 

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