tweetstorm


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tweetstorm

A set of numbered tweets that enables the tweeter to send a long message and overcome the character limit per individual tweet. Also called "threading." The term "manthreading" is a sarcastic reference to men who love to tweetstorm, as it appears to be practiced by men much more than women. See tweet and Twitter.
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Nonetheless, as the Barbara Bush tweetstorm continues, Jarrar transgresses--perhaps deftly, perhaps clumsily, it's difficult to be certain from outside her head--boundary after sacred sociopolitical boundary:
As the United States further pushes Afghanistan to sue for peace and for others to take its place, we must remember that the American sacrifices made in that war cannot be completely ignored or forgotten as we move on to the next tweetstorm or international crisis.
It's unclear whether the American national security justification will sway the WTO judges.<br />Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, whowas the targetof a post-G-7 Trump tweetstorm,has wonderedhow Canada could possibly be a national security threat to the U.S.
A couple of days later, the carmaker's chief executive unleashed a tweetstorm, discussing the company's earnings conference call.
FOLLOWING a tweetstorm, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk has removed both of his companies' Facebook pages after being challenged to do so by a few of his followers.
These were meant to be tweeted in unison by the BJP's cell, and while Rawal realised his gaffe and quickly deleted the tweet, the tweetstorm began on schedule and, sure enough, #Jhoothicongress was soon trending thanks to a mere 473 users posting 489 tweets (and of course the ensuing retweets) out of a total user base that numbers in the millions.
In the aftermath of Trump's New Year tweetstorm, China was quick to respond.
That Tweetstorm method, as it's dubbed, works really well when revealing new information about a relevant story.
Like many island natives, Rendon watched President Donald Trump's tweetstorm with the mayor of San Juan with alarm.
His tweetstorm added for good measure, that "all US broadcasters are moving out of London because of the PM's deranged hard Brexit."
There's a good case to be made for almost every culprit you can imagine, and a think piece or tweetstorm to lay it out.
The difference is that his comments will now carry infinitely more weight and companies will therefore need to adjust their strategies accordingly to avoid the unprecedented risk of winding up in the path of a presidential tweetstorm.