He has twice as many followers as his harshest critics. He is objectively better at twitter. The fact that this account even exists is manifest to harboring deep resentment, which is an emotional response, to twitter. It playfully degrades the memory of Hitler. It is highly unlikely that any discerning Jewish person would be offended. No rational person, including former FYAD accounts, would delete their top tweets. It is well known, Favstar is not implicit. You applied social pressure & somehow successfully lobbied to have his brand removed. Your concerted efforts were not in vain. Unless the person is borderline melancholic, it would strike an observer odd that a person be ashamed of their achievements. It was supported. His aforementioned statistics are testament, denoting a quantifiably superior contribution to this website. A distinct inability to mimic his twitter style (and its intellectual implication) is painfully obvious to any casual observer. 27 is not commonly benchmarked as an "age of maturity". The situation was new to him & his reactions were more than reasonable. Imagine an account run by the winning party of a conflict, which serves only to aggravate currently resolved past grievances. People positioned higher on creative spectrums tend to be more emotionally charged. It's a price to pay for being clever. An ability to react with indifference was the cause of this entire issue.