Twitter LogoIt would seem that too many celebrities on Twitter could summon the Fonz and force him to jump the Fail Whale!

Don’t worry if that made no sense to you, it is just the plot of the second Twitter-based cartoon from Twitter.  The first of these appeared back in March in Twitter Explains It All, and this one is more subject specific than the last, but it makes some great points.

We’ve been raising questions about the oddities of celebrities on Twitter for some time now, and it just seems to be getting odder by the day, and it just seems to be getting worse.  Ever since Ashton Kutcher pushed to be the first account with a million followers, and then Oprah dedicated an episode to her setting up her own account, the site has been enjoying stratospheric growth.  The only question is what is it doing to the Twitter community?  This cartoon attempts to answer that question… and actually arrives at a surprising conclusion.

Make sure to follow me on Twitter… because I’m still having fun. @seanpaune

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