He urged others to express their own outrage.
After finding his catchphrase, Jarvis centralized his message and promoted it.
Jarvis' foul language led one of his followers to take him to task.
But Jarvis did not retreat.
- — jeffjarvis (@jeffjarvis)Sun, Jul 24 2011 00:06:15
Another user suggested turning Jarvis' impassioned malediction into a hashtag.
- — andrewbrust (@andrewbrust)Sun, Jul 24 2011 00:37:43I would open my window and scream it, but that would let the air conditioning out. So I'll stick with hashtags. #fuckyouwashington
- — Crowdsourcing (@Crowdsourcing)Sun, Jul 24 2011 01:01:21Why this is smart. Web=nuance. Terrible in politics. Twitter=loud and simple. Like a bumper sticker. #FuckYouWashington
- — danielbachhuber (@danielbachhuber)Sun, Jul 24 2011 01:01:32
- — jayrosen_nyu (@jayrosen_nyu)Sun, Jul 24 2011 02:01:22The first stage is denial, then bargaining, then more denial, then more bargaining, then just denial: no more bargaining! #fuckyouwashington