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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

On the Twitters: Hope Springs Eternal, Fox Sightings, and a Very Special Delivery

Here are some more of those, whazzit, "tweets" about Reston. We're still not sure how many characters each one has, as our ca. 1997 cell phone with the flip-up antenna will only "tweet" one or two numbers on its tiny rotary dial before the battery dies, but we hear the kids go nuts for these things:

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Hope springs eternal, especially from someone whose Twitter account suggests he's the "lion" of real estate. Well, the title of king has already been taken.

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Someone got a "special" delivery... and one of your neighbors didn't.

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Someone has a short attention span.

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Too bad rabbits don't keep their cell phones handy.

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For once, a bit of legitimately useful information on Twitter! Well, is someone going to hook us up or what?

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We think Elizabeth and Chick-Fil-A are both being a bit overly optimistic here.

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We've been doing this filthy "web log" for more than two years, and we still don't know the answer to this question.

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EEEEEWWWW!

3 comments:

  1. The Convict in the GulagDecember 2, 2009 at 9:48 AM

    I didn't know that Chic-Fil-A served tube steak. Maybe you should hang out at one of those patio bars in Macaroniville, Liz.

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  2. I love these. So funny. I especially love "celebritychickb," and how only the McDonald's satisfies her social needs in Reston. Somebody get that girl a Walmart for chrissake. And maybe an early '00s Japanese compact with custom paint and spoiler. Before she gets uppity and starts tagging things.

    Sorry, no skinny on the poker dealio.

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  3. The Convict in the GulagDecember 2, 2009 at 12:07 PM

    Rumor has it that Sky Masterson is in town and that the the game is going to be run at the Save-A-Soul mission. Just ask for Nathan Detroit.

    BTW, I got a hot tip on a horse named Can Do.

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