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‘Arguetron’ is a bot with a simple mission: Slaying Twitter blowhards

Opinions on Twitter are currency. As you’re probably well aware, this currency isn’t accepted everywhere, or by everyone. As such, anyone that uses the platform with some regularity has been the victim of a drive-by asshole. These are the accounts that offer no value to a conversation while letting you know how big an idiot you are. It’s a perk if they throw out comments like ‘delete ur account,’ but it doesn’t always happen.
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