Tweets About Twits
by Frederick Meekins
Publisher: Smashwords 2011
Number of pages: 158
With the development of the Internet, anyone with a computer can comment on the events of the day in a manner as potentially widespread as other prominent media personalities. In 'Tweets About Twits', blogger Frederick Meekins recalls a number of his most memorable headlines and quips as a longstanding member of the alternative media.
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