Kvetch Aggregates Whining From Twitter

Kvetch Aggregates Whining From Twitter
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Twitter aggregator Kvetch collects humorous complaints from Twitter users, displays them at random, and lets site visitors vote on how funny they are. Higher-rated comments are supposed to appear more often, though when I checked in the volume of tweets being drawn upon didn’t seem large enough for that to make much difference. Obviously, this is a huge potential time sink, but it’s also a useful way of coming up with new complaints and insults to share among your friends and colleagues.


  • Some people are too old to be told. Take the case of our CEO who is now 70 years old. He gave me hell for reminding him about his upcoming Board Meeting. He said I was insulting his intelligence, and his ability to remember things. The thing is, he didn’t remember it at all. For his next birthday, I’m thinking of visiting the Diagon Alley and buy him a remembrall.

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