Why won't @twitter verify @dnapizza, even though they verified @dnalounge?

Can anyone explain WTF this means?
Date: Sat, 23 Sep 2017 00:36:59 +0000
From: Twitter <notify@twitter.com>
Subject: Request to verify @dnapizza

Hi DNA Pizza,

Thanks for your request to verify @dnapizza.

We reviewed the account, and unfortunately it is not eligible to be verified at this time. Please visit our Help Center for more information about the types of accounts we verify.

As far as I can tell, the account complies 100% with the random crap in that "Help" article.

Especially hateful is the fact that replies to this email are blackholed. There seems to be no mechanism to ask "WHY?", which is presumably by design. And then they make you wait another month before submitting again, with "But WHY?" appended to your request.

"At this time" my ass.

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One Response:

  1. apm74 says:

    Bartleby the Twitter Verifier.

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