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Hugo Rifkind

Sorry, but internet trolling will be with us forever

1 August 2013

1:00 PM

1 August 2013

1:00 PM

This is not to be a column about Twitter. Can’t abide columns about Twitter. I’ve written a few, I know, but this is not to be another one. I promise.

Time was, though, it was actually quite hard to find out what people thought, if they weren’t you. I mean, you could go out and ask them, but the process always ended with you being in a supermarket car park, and them being mental and not knowing what the Working Time Directive even was anyway.

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