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RangerCoder99

"Get In Touch Privately" No please don't, if someone makes public criticism on social media, you got the right to make one public response "respectfully"! Ask your followers to behave or block them, if you can't have one normal conversation on your social media because you fear your followers actions something is really wrong!

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I would agree with you when it comes to a platform like Reddit which encourages debate, but Twitter really does not lend itself to respectful disagreement in my opinion. That’s why I feel that if you’re really interested in resolving your differences with someone, sending an email is a far better solution.