This is an interesting but very intriguing question and answer. This is a true incident that happened just a few hours ago, in this age of technology, one does not have to depend on ones own memory recall ability instead, use the universal guru called google and all facts appear in a jiffy, but one needs to know that one is unaware of the history, in the first place if one suffers from a sense of I know it all. Then what transpired there after is the only outcome. This is not the first time or the first person in media to have committed a mistake refused to accept instead in amuleheaded way take on tweeple, who are not even tagging this brainless twit of an individual, again claims from this individual of others visit timeline are false because on a fact check it’s found one is blocked. So what next start playing the victiomhood card there is no other defense option. Ego is so high prevents the individual from accepting that a mistake has been made. No apology is also required. But then that is against their life style. They come on twitter to attract attention, get egg on their face for being uneducated. Then start whining in the ptocess they get into a pig sty, which makes the pig look more clean and dignified than them.
Rest is in the tweets uploaded. Read and make your own conclusions. I have over 325000 tweets not one is abusive, no tweets have been deleted bcoz they were abusive.
she was jumping like a cat on hot tin roof & what is she doing today.
Dwarkanath Shantaram Kotnis (10 October 1910 in Solapur, Maharashtra, India – 9 December 1942, in China; Chinese: 柯棣华; pinyin: Kē Dìhuá; Marathi: द्वारकानाथ शांताराम कोटणीस) was one of five Indian physicians dispatched to China to provide medical assistance during the Second Sino-Japanese War in 1938. Besides being known for his dedication and perseverance, he has also been regarded as an example for Sino-Indian friendship and collaboration.
Along with the Canadian Dr. Norman Bethune, he continues to be revered by the Chinese people. In April 2005, both their graves were covered completely in flowers donated by the Chinese people during the Qingming Festival, a day used by the Chinese to commemorate their ancestors.