Still, he doesn't seem to be the biggest fan of the way some users abuse the social media platform. At least not according to his new comic on The Talkhouse, in which he imagines a Twitter-style conversation between two cat people in a house.
Comedian Nathan Fielder is making good use of his power on Twitter. He's been coming up with a number of pranks for people to play on their parents/friends and having them send him the often-hilarious results. This time he told his legion of followers to text their parents asking if it's illegal not to tell somebody you gave them an STD and say they were asking for a friend. These are the results. Keep fighting the good fight, Nathan Fielder.
Now that everything we do digitally is virtually 100% traceable, maybe it's about time people start analyzing what they do and say online like they would in real life. This map illustrates the amount of hateful words being tweeted across the country based on each state's counties. Where does Gallatin County fall on the map?
Bad News...the IRS plans on checking Facebook and Twitter this year to see if you're cheating on your taxes. Fortunately, they can't Facebook stalk us all. It'll just be people who've been flagged for an audit or potential audit:
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