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Florida Tea Party Worries about Government's Secret Manatee Conspiracy http://mojo.ly/qkopJdless than a minute ago via twitterfeed Favorite Retweet Reply



All politics is local, which is why the secret manatee conspiracy hasn't registered with Tea Party voters in, say, Kansas. Also a deterrent: what the manatees will do to anyone who talks.

Authorities Will Not File Charges Against Football Player In Saggy Pants Saga http://n.pr/qeQYTHless than a minute ago via twitterfeed Favorite Retweet Reply


This is why the NFL lockout has to end soon. Players are going beltless just to get by.



Plain, timeworn advice about why it's a good idea to stay away from the "(blank) from hell" is always appreciated...

Report: Fewer rich folks cropping up http://t.co/juhzZH8less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet Reply


...as are stories about the state of the American farm, even if the latest plutocrat crop report was disappointing.



According to IMDB, there has never been a low-budget horror movie with the title Revenge of Gordon Brown, an oversight one of the Drudge Report's 228,000 Twitter followers will hopefully correct before the end of summer movie season.

Maybe. What you have in mind? RT @meanthings2say: @ajc darn. I've been hoping you were a single man and die hard braves fan. #dreamsless than a minute ago via TweetDeck Favorite Retweet Reply



The first documented case of a crush on an official Twitter feed, unless you count What The Tweet's brief, passionate fling with @BBCNews.
 

 

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