All Of A Sudden, I Am Interested in Twitter

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  1. Jag says:

    @Brain –Bacon wrapped hot dogs, too much, shutting down..
    about 1 minute ago from TweetDeck

  2. Anon says:

    I've recently followed

    In L.A., I followed

    I also donated to

    Unfortunately, big-government liberals make is hard on taco trucks. Which is why I love listening to San Francisco hipsters, hippies, and emos bemoan the oppression of independent food vendors. Um, fellas, that's the only enviable outcome of the Big Govt you've created.

  3. Chris Berez says:

    I really need to book a vacation to San Francisco.

    I was there with my family 10 years ago and it was an incredible city. I need to get back there again– especially since this time I can be on my own and I know now there is wonderful street food and strange men in purple suits who will offer me watches.

    I'm pretty sure I remember when I was in SF that I not only saw a seal, but also some dolphins.

    Yeah, I need to get back to California.

  4. Patrick says:

    Without a doubt the best burger joint in North Carolina is a truck, that drives around through the most foody-friendly town in the state, named OnlyBurger. OnlyBurger gets the word out on its location mainly through a Twitter feed. I don't think that the business model could have succeeded before Twitter though there is a website:

    Lower overhead than a real restaurant, and burgers (fries, coke, and nothing else on the menu) better than In-N-Out or Five Guys. And I'd never have known about it but for Twitter.

    Twitter has probably helped me to gain five pounds in the past five months, all because of my addiction to a near-perfect hamburger.

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