The self-esteem movement got a big break recently when people could no longer twitter personal trivia to other twitterers, and Facebook subscribers could not access their accounts to see how many "friends" they had accumulated.
"The loss of these outlets for self-centered losers has really increased our business tremendously," stated Rook Gypster, head of the American Association of Self-Esteem Coaches.
"These refugees from Twitter and Facebook are all and depressed and are seeking personal guidance from professional self-esteem raisers," Gypster asserted.
"We raise their self-esteem naturally, with people-to-people interaction-not by recruiting people to look at your Facebook site or getting them to tell other what they had for breakfast. And you don't need to be constantly looking into an electronic gadget in your palm all the time instead of watching where you're walking or driving. Let's hope these crashes are here to stay!" shouted Gypster.