The value of social media is also questionable when you consider the risk of a very public faux pas from an off-hand remark. The written word does not convey facial expression or tone of voice so something intended as a cute joke can come across as cruel or mean-spirited. And once comments are shared among users, you can't take them back. All you can do is grovel and beg for forgiveness.
It's like an unfortunate encounter with someone you meet on the street. I think I've told this story before but years ago a relative of mine was on vacation and driving through Beverly Hills when her car was almost creamed by a famous actress backing very fast out of her driveway. After the near miss, the famous actress (who had a screen rep for being an incredibly nice person) snarled a few expletives and sped away. Actors are human beings. She was obviously having a bad day and in a neighborhood where encounters with tourists are a daily hazard. But my relative would only encounter the actress this one time, and her impression was "Gee, what a bitch!"
That's silly. (And I wish more actors felt that way.)
Those who need to reach me can phone, text, or email, or contact me through my website or this blog. I have a YouTube Channel where I put up a video from time to time. I will probably concentrate more on that in a few months once I get back to Los Angeles. But for Twitter and Facebook, bye bye. You have worn out your welcome. I have more important things to do.