Finally figuring oot Mastodon.
Where do I find all the Scot's exiled from Twatterland?
@Invisigoth I don't think it would be such a topic, had we not marched and set up hubs, the movement grew and she had to respond. It got my goat that she didn't seem to give her endorsement, like she did with remain marches
I do believe its people power that has changed the landscape.
@ILikeDuggee @Jeggit Twitter has become a very toxic environment, have no doubt that a lot of profiles were merely there to stir it. Hopefully we can all self moderate a bit betterband scroll past the awkward situations rather the turn them into spats. No forum will ever be 100% friendly, hopefully we can draw a line under all the shit that came with Twitter, be less confrontational and keep eyes on the prize. By all means, call out someone if they're wrong but the pile ons achieved nothing.
@yaakov for me,I'm learning about another platform as well as twitter.At the moment, for personal reasons, I'm struggling with the environment of Twitter, and how sensitive certain issues are.I'm getting used to how this site works before using the [dot] social and would like to have the space to keep for independence issues and plans.We can't talk on Twitter without being ridiculed by unionist trolls etc.I've found the last couple of days very peaceful & enjoyed the way we've helped each other.
@StephenGoldie good to have you aboard, my friend. The more Gers, ex military etc speaking the up, the more others will see this is an open, inclusive movement for the betterment of Scotland, not for the hatred of England.