Anonymous and famous, funny and not so funny, thoughtful and photographic. Posts about the census multiplied this Wednesday on Twitter
May 18, 2022 · 9:23 a.m.
It is not another Wednesday in the city, nor in the province, nor in the country. It’s a census Wednesdaythat day that every ten years sets out to reveal how many of us Argentines are and how we are and where we live, among other things. As expected, social networks were covering the subject from all angles from early on. There was a debate about how to treat the census taker, many jokes, but also serious questions. In particular, on Twitter.
Of course, the little bird’s social network was filled with jokes about the census, inevitable. Both anonymous and humorists such as the case of Malena Guinzburg. And of course there were memes, and of course there were some of The Simpsons and of course there were cats, there are always cats.
Someone also wondered, in an age so marked by technology, how “the app” that would have been all the rage this Wednesday did not exist.
In another round of comments you can find debates on how the census taker should be treatedin which people registered as census takers participated and also people who asked their compatriots for good treatment for those who work today,