Monday, September 12, 2011

My Favorite Tweet of the Month/Year/Forever

Posted By on Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 5:00 PM

For some reason, Twitter user (or as I prefer as terminology "Twuser") "cybergrindz" decided to flood the Tucson Weekly's feed with a series of mentions making very little to no sense today (although maybe someone should look into his idea for an "Eastside Rio Nuevo"), before blocking us when I asked why.

However, he may have blocked the Tucson Weekly, but you can still enjoy his takes on the discounted pashminas at Walgreens, somewhat disturbing anti-Obama tweets, and this perfect summary of the harm done to our state in the wake of SB-1070:

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How dare you separate a man and his love of Canadian female singer-songwriters, Rep. Grijalva? How dare you.

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