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Bob Iger on why Disney walked away from Twitter: 'The nastiness is extraordinary'
In his new memoir, "The Ride of a Lifetime," Iger explains why he decided against the deal to buy Twitter.
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sliferthe🦈🏒✨🐉dragon Sep 22
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He’s not wrong, lol
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chrisdrawsome Sep 22
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It really says something about the voices that are on most vocal on here if a company that buys EVERYTHING wont buy this shithole. I'm really torn. Disney is shit but twitter is also shit. The enemy of my enemy is ALSO my enemy I guess.
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TsWade2 Sep 22
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I hate to admit it, but he has a good point. I blame .
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D'Enise Arabella Qi'ra Daenerys Targaryen Trikru Sep 22
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He's not wrong. Besides, we have enough social media platforms out there where people CAN/SHOULD use one that best suits them. That being said, should think about because EVERYONE is on that thing & it does exactly what they want to do. Spread entertainment.
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Just A Dream Away Sep 22
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He isn't wrong, but listening to what the public is passionate about (aka not IPs) wouldn't hurt either.
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Brian Perkins Sep 22
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But it's not the majority of the public. That's what DisTwitter doesn't understand. A few hundred likes on twitter (even a few thousand) is still a small percentage of the people who actually go to the parks and want to see familiar things (IP)
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Dan B. Sep 22
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Man speaks truth
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Jim Sep 22
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It's kinda understandable, coming from a legacy mass media company, being uncomfortable engaging in a mass media platform that's a two-way street, as it were.
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Karla 🇺🇸🌸🌹 Sep 22
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good
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