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Jul 23, 2015 · 2 min read

Because Twitter is Fun!

From what started as a curious endeavor, on the middling service, Twitter; Through this mobile technology known as the iPhone, 10+ years ago or so but who’s counting the wasted time on this procrastinating pet project; Has evolved into this exploration vessel that has communicated and collected 20,000+ Tweets, with 40,000+ Fav Tweets, and Dozens of ReTweets, that concretely illustrates that Gifted is indeed, a real thing, a real experience — albeit a secretive subject — and essentially that, we are not alone.

While this topic of Intellectual Giftedness is not really something people like to acknowledge or discuss, all it takes is one tweet to talk about the fact that indeed, #Gifted exists, Intellectual Giftedness is real, #TeamGifted is a silent collective, #GiftedProblems are not necessarily unique, and that at the end of the day, it really is, #GIFTED4LIFE.


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Gifted

An Adventitious, Indiscriminate, Random Ass Collection Of Gifted~ish Anecdotes Curated Through The Medium, Exploring The Stigmatic Subject Of Intellectual Giftedness— Because No One In Their Right Damn Mind Would Even Think About Using The “Gifted” Tag

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Ah, the #Gifted Label. INTELLECTUAL GIFTEDNESS! OUR BLESSING our curse… Now PRESENTING: medium.com/Gifted

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Gifted

An Adventitious, Indiscriminate, Random Ass Collection Of Gifted~ish Anecdotes Curated Through The Medium, Exploring The Stigmatic Subject Of Intellectual Giftedness— Because No One In Their Right Damn Mind Would Even Think About Using The “Gifted” Tag