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Why don't you want your agent to be on Twitter? I'm not on it either, but it seems pretty commonplace these days.
It is common. I agree. I guess I like to think of my agent as more private and industrious than twitter seems to imply. A stupid bias, I'm sure.
It makes sense to me. It seems like many of the agents on Twitter have used it to make their names big. I guess it has worked quite well, but I can understand why you would want your agent to be a private, behind-the-scenes type.
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