I recently took my family to the beach. On the way home we stopped off for ice cream. We went to Baskin Robbins. Baskin Robbins was my childhood favorite and since there’s not one near our house, I was excited to find one near the beach.
Now, to be fair, no one died; we’re talking about ice cream here. But it was enough that I thought it warranted a tweet, so I did:
Having a really bad experience at @BaskinRobbins right now :(
— Steven Bristol (@stevenbristol) May 8, 2016
A few hours later I was pleased to get a response from @BR_cares, here’s our conversation:
Just before DMing them my address I stopped to wonder why did they reply with a different account than the @BaskinRobbins account. Here’s what I found out:
That means that someone was either trying to prank me or social engineer me. The point is that if you are not controlling the public conversation about you, then someone else might be.
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