The Gettysburg Address has long been considered a shining example of succinctness and brevity. It’s studied in law schools for its capability to communicate so much, so eloquently, and in only 272 words. And yet, if he were to deliver it today using today’s means of distribution, he’d have to add:
TL;DR Country founded on equality, and falling apart trying to prove it. Too many deaths. Let’s do what we set out to do.
^It would fit in a tweet too.