Identity Crisis


This week I would like to address a certain someone (and you know who you are) that created a fake Twitter profile in my name in order to trash talk me and some of our fellow students.

To be perfectly honest I don’t really care who you are, that’s not what’s bothering me.

What bothers me is why? What motivated you to impersonate me in order to trash talk a few TAHS students on Twitter? Was it something that I did or was it something that the people you were harassing did? Or was it all just “for fun”?

Was it really worth it? I don’t know about you, but it didn’t seem worth it to me. You created a new fake profile, only to delete it at first confrontation, find a bunch of students from our school, and throw up some random insults. And for what? A couple of laughs?

Next time you are tempted to mess with someone online, consider this first:

Things like this just truly seem petty. I cannot believe that someone thought that impersonating an advice column and using it to attack people was a good way to pass their time.

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