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1. "I have a Twitter and have followers from all over the world. It's pretty overwhelming."
Author: Dot Jones
2. "I'm new to the Twitterverse and so I'm attempting to build my followers. I'm trying to be a better tweeter. I try not to tweet too much, just when I've got something worthwhile to say."
Author: Eric Ladin
3. "I flood the Internet with what I think is quality content. That's why I did things like giving out a song every 100,000 Twitter followers because I am just looking for ways to get my fans to hear all this music without over saturating things."
Author: Mac Miller
4. "Twitter freaks me out. You have followers? It feels so obsessive and proprietary."
Author: Mos Def
5. "I've seen rock stars agonize over the fact that another artist has far more Facebook 'likes' and Twitter followers than they do."
Author: Neil Strauss
6. "I have 1.4 million followers on Twitter. I get very interesting, sometimes very diverse input from my followers. So it's sort of like this water cooler, digital water cooler, if you want to think about it, where you go and you listen to conversations that are happening that perhaps will shape your thinking."
Author: Padmasree Warrior
7. "I like to keep my Twitter pure. I don't want to sell my followers anything."
Author: Peter Facinelli
8. "I have a lot of Twitter rules. I never swear on Twitter, and if anybody's inappropriate, I block them. I have young followers."
Author: Rachel Nichols
9. "Somewhere in a Galaxy so, far away there's a person with more Twitter followers than you."
Author: Stanley Victor Paskavich

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Thank you, Simon, I appreciate that." Luke opened the pizza box and, finding it empty, shut it with a sigh. "Though you did eat all the pizza.""I only had five slices," Simon protested, leaning his chair backward so it balanced precariously on its two back legs."How many slices did you think were in a pizza, dork?" Clary wanted to know."Less than five slices isn't a meal. It's a snack." Simon looked apprehensively at Luke. "Does this mean you're going to wolf out and eat me?""Certainly not." Luke rose to toss the pizza box into the trash. "You would be stringy and hard to digest.""But kosher," Simon pointed out cheerfully."I'll be sure to point any Jewish lycanthropes your way." Luke leaned his back against the sink."
Author: Cassandra Clare

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