They're archived annually in a book, as seen at their website, JustTheTweets.com, President Donald Trump Tweets. The first volume came out earlier in 2018. Twitter has not been archiving, saving, showing, Trump Tweets that may be too old; they've been hiding 'em. Similar to shadow banning, to political censorship, to rigged search results, to being thrown in Facebook Jail: this is another example of the games anti-social media giants play on us all. I've been there.
I'm back in Facebook Prison for the month of September 2018 for posting a new Hitler photo with a quote of something he probably said in 1938 about socialism. People are banned for talking about vaccines on Facebook.
I've been put on timeout by Facebook and Twitter before for posting Hitler related stuff before; and YouTube destroyed (terminated) thousands of my Ojawall (channel) clips, series, live streams, home videos, bits, which began back in 1996 in Oregon. Others have ran into these types of issues as well. If you don't believe me, just ask a friend. If you don't already know about all of this, ask around because you know people who have experienced these issues, even if you are not aware of it yet. You can always say that, "Not yet." You may not know it yet. But you can know it. Knowing it is a good thing. It is a first step towards a better tomorrow. We can say sorry. We can ask for forgiveness.
We can say sorry to, first, people and, second, more importantly, to God, fundamentally. Saying sorry is something you can, first, say, but, secondly, and more importantly, it can be an attitude in life, that we can get into the spirit of as the sun rises each morning.
Rise with Sunrises
Life is better that way, each morning, to wake up with the sunrise, it is healthier that way, physically, emotionally, socially, fundamentally, mentally, and especially spiritually. You can say sorry for things, sins, problems, mistakes, crimes, accidents, weaknesses, things that may be beyond your control, and things that may be, more importantly, within your control.
Sorry For What I'm Unaware Of
You can say sorry for things you know about, first of all, but secondly, and more importantly, you can say sorry for things you do not know about. Writing helps.
Are you a writer?
Do you have to be a writer to be able to write? No, you do not have to be a writer or you may not even know that you can write and talk and draw and other things as well. Yeah, some people can do it more. Some people may be better at it than others. But we all have stories to tell, that we can tell, that can inspire, educate, inform, encourage, exhort, discipline, each other, and that is a good thing. We can all find Living Water, Daily Bread, Hope Over Dope, Joy Over Circumstances, Green Oatmeal, the foundation that we all want and need. I've been around since 1985 and have seen pain in myself and in others. But I've also seen deliverance, recovery, hope, life, love, destiny, that is eternal.
I'm planning to start a Green Oatmeal blog all about daily devotions, inspiration, encouragement, education, and everything. I'm also kind of in the middle of other projects, series, articles, papers, videos, GIFs, memes, photos, comics, that I've been working on, contemplating, publishing rough drafts at times, for decades.
Too Busy For People?
So, I'm always busy in life with too many things, or so many things. Never be too busy for people. Robin Williams may have been a criminal according to Mat Pat of Film Theory in a YouTube video published yesterday on Mrs. Doubtfire, but Robin, AKA Peter Pan, in Hook, also learned to throw his cell phone, or cordless land-line phone, out into the snow, in that movie from 1991. Never be too busy for people. Be the light in the darkness. Always smile. Always Oatmeal. Keep going, everybody. Eat oatmeal. Thanks!