I have been looking at my followers and I find it a bit odd that I have been stuck at the same number, for several days with multiple new followers. Not that it raises a large concern and I appreciate and enjoy all who follow me, but I am wondering if anyone else has been experiencing this same issue?
I noticed this as well. Normally it moves around a bit, get some, lose some, it doesn't just stick on the same number.
I blame it on Obama.
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