Seconded. I get really frustrated with some businesses that I follow on Twitter who have their Facebook page set up to auto-post to Twitter, meaning that for every non-trivial message you then have to click through to FB to read the post in full ... when most of the time, a little bit of forethought could have seen the message condensed into 140 characters without any significant loss of impact.
(And on a similar note, why do most people insist on using their own preferred URL shortener? There's no need to use fb.me or bit.ly because Twitter will shorten it for you! All that happens is that you end up with a t.co address going to a bit.ly address going to a real website, which just adds potential for weak links in the chain. Interestingly, one of the businesses has been posting a load of Youtube links but has used the full youtube.com URL, which has to be truncated, instead of Youtube's own shortened youtu.be URL, which would be displayed in full. Whatever they do, they find a way to do it badly!)