Yesterday on Twitter, Air America’s Ana Marie Cox defined her celebrity via “tweet” for a new follower.
@anamariecox are you someone famous?? no, seriously.. i dont wanna google you.. think of it as twitter experiment.. sorry btw for not knowin
And though @chiras56 found it too tedious of a task to Google her, Cox was kind enough to define her fame for the Twitter follower:
@chiras56 No, I am not someone famous. I am famous “for DC” and perhaps “on the Internet.” This is very different than being “famous.”
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