I don't have a Twitter account and I don't Tweet. How do I get rid of the annoying green "Tweet" box that has suddenly appeared on the left side of my screen?

Thanks,

Terry

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Yes...I dont care either.....make mine disappear as well!
Okay - why am I not seeing this little "green" Tweeter box on my left hand side of the screen like you are all seeing??? Maybe I need to get my eyes checked????
The only Twitter-thing I have on my screen is a banner among several others over on the right. There's one for facebook there too but none are obtrusive. Ask Manny.
tried twitter and found it essentially useless and annoying
mine just went away...
Well, it's gone.

It was either an anomaly or someone responded to my whining.

Whichever it was, thank you, whomever.

Terry
Where did the twitter box go? I want it back.

For all the "twitter is useless" folks. Read this: http://www.doshdosh.com/ways-you-can-use-twitter/

Some people just don't like noisy cocktail parties.
That's why some people don't go to noisy cocktail parties. Why bring the party to them if they don't want to be there?

Twitter is useless for me. If a Twitter counter is useful for you, God bless you, but I should have the option to turn it off instead of having it in my way, don't you think? It's no better than a pop-up ad if I'm not using it.
I can still see mine... but I guess it doesn't really bother me.

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