Real Or Fake? Cowboy Museum Puts Head Of Security In Charge Of Twitter & The Results Are Questionable

Real Or Fake? Cowboy Museum Puts Head Of Security In Charge Of Twitter & The Results Are Questionable
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B&T loves it when the older generations have a go at social media. The results are often-times incredibly wholesome and downright hilarious.

So, when we heard about Tim Send, head of security at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma being put in charge of the museum’s Twitter account while the museum is closed due to the coronavirus, our interest was piqued.

His chuckle-worthy tweets have earned him praise across the globe. Some are educational, and some are just snippets of a Boomer attempting to understand how the internet works.

However, call us cynical, but something screams fake news to us. Even B&T‘s editor who is somewhat technologically challenged knows how to tweet (we think) and that Twitter is a different platform to Google.

So, when Tim “accidentally” tweets from the museum’s account: Twitter tips, please and then Sorry, thought I was Googling that. Thanks, Tim … we get the feeling it’s a bit of a ruse (but a wholesome one nonetheless).

Tell us in the comment section below: are these tweets from Tim real? Or are they a way to drum up publicity? Either way, it’s the endearing content we need right now.

Not to mention Tim doesn’t know how to use hashtags, and even after people explaining how they work, he still somehow got it wrong, using the hashtag #HashtagJohnWayne.

Here he is asking his grandson Lucas if he’s doing it right.

 

 

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