If it’s a hot political issue in Scotland, you can bet @TannadiceLad is (not) tweeting about it .
With less than four weeks until Scotland's historic independence referendum, Brian Taylor, BBC Scotland's politics editor, is a busy man.
He's been appearing on TV screens daily, as well as updating his blog. He's a well-respected and experienced journalist, having reported on Scotland's referendums in 1997 and in 1979, for The Press and Journal in Aberdeen.
He even did the ALS ice bucket challenge over the weekend, after being challenged by First Minister Alex Salmond.
But one thing Taylor doesn't do, despite joining Twitter in May 2012 as @TannadiceLad, is tweet. At all. Ever.
He follows 700 people and has somehow managed to gain almost 4,000 followers himself, all by saying nothing at all.