Ed Shahzade of Next Instinct has a problem: keep reading the description and I'll explain.
I'd never heard of Ed Shahzade (@Ed) before, but earlier today in the course of searching Twitter I saw that he was having a conversation with user @kgilnack about immigration, specifically relating to MA gov. Patrick.
Since that's something I know quite a bit about, I tweeted them the first tweet below. Note that I'm on Ed Shahzarde's side of this: I was trying to help him out in his debate with @kgilnack. @kgilnack responded, I responded back and included @Ed in the conversation once again to help him out.
In exchange, I get the first tweet in the graphic. If @Ed had handled this a different way, would you be reading this? All Ed Shahzade had to do was say he wasn't interested in my attempts to help him out. Instead, he acts like a thug. Do you want someone like that representing your company?