All that really needs to be said about covfefe

Here’s two people I know in actual real life, tweeting within two hours of each other, and I don’t know why I can’t get over the organic unoriginality of instantaneous internet content. It’s not anyone’s fault. Do I just follow too few people? Has everyone else accepted the overlap as the cost of doing business, and they scroll by the repeats on their feed without registering the trespass? I feel like I’m the only one complaining about it. Which is a fitting torture, come to think of it. It sure as hell doesn’t make me feel smart or special.

damn fine covfefe

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