I can agree with both sides on the Twitter being useful. If used correctly, Twitter and social media can be both a great stress release and get you a career. It's why there's so many "social media manager" positions for a LOT of businesses and also for high schoolers wanting to get that school scholarship etc. But it is ALSO a cesspool and if everyone left it, we would all adapt again like before we had it. The best thing to do is to block people who are ignorant or pushing disinformation. It's made Twitter much easier to be on. So I can easily see @THE HCP s side and the benefits but totally see @riverman side too. There's a happy little medium there for both.