2009-10-12

My/Mes Tweets du jour

  • 12:12 According to BusinessWeek (2009-10-12, page 46), 10% of NYTimes.com readers arrive via Twitter! Proof that Twitter can be profitable. #
  • 12:28 @iRAMMEENN Newfoundland is only 3.5 hours ahead of Alberta. Canada is big, but not THAT big. #
  • 12:36 @matthewlowery What is your source? In the app store rankings, the time frame is unknown. #
  • 12:45 @matthewlowery Nope. It is definitly not of all time. Otherwise Tweetie 1 would be ahead of Tweetie 2. Think about it. #
  • 12:57 Feed your children and pay the rent... Then upgrade to Tweetie 2. Best C$3.38 (incl.tax) I've spent in a long time. yfrog.com/09b0vj #
  • 13:12 I agree RT @Innermesh: @aplusk home button + power button, hold them as long as it takes to see the apple logo... #
  • 13:17 @matthewlowery It is probably more like yesterday. Wired magazine figures they may throw in an algoritm to factor in past downloads. #
  • 13:20 Did you know most French Canadians don't have a special meal at L'action de grâce (aka Thanksgiving). Freeky, eh! #
  • 13:32 @tribeats Vast majority of French Canadians don't have a special meal at Thaksgiving/l'Action de grâce. No family get togethers. #
  • 13:40 @Skivensky Nope. Most don't. Consider yourself assimilated. ;-p #
  • 13:56 @Skivensky Couldn't find link to survey (which blew me away when I read it). But here is a 3rd party site j.mp/DP94X . (Last parag.) #
  • 13:58 @Skivensky Took me a few moments to figure that one out. Then I LOL. Thanks. #
  • 14:09 @nicole_nguyen Canada. Traditionally, by November it is already winter and we have nothing to be thankfull for. So they moved it up. #
  • 14:13 @ktthelibrarian Only English Canadians celebrate. French Canadians, especially in Quebec, do not. #
  • 14:15 @ChammX It is colder here. So the growing season ends earlier. Obviously now-days of no importance. #
  • 14:18 @TeeDoll In Canada, tomorow is Thanksgiving. For many, tonight is the meal. #
  • 14:19 RT @Jay_Dizzy: Also, I love than tons of American tweeters are getting confused/angry that "Happy Thanksgiving" is a trending topic. Srsly. #
  • 14:20 RT @AlphabetSalad: Same people who didn't know Canada had a "day" in July are now wondering why "Happy Thanksgiving" is a trending topic! #
  • 14:22 @Mona_Jalisa Thanksgiving in Canada only #
  • 14:26 @LBSinger Because like Mothers Day, Labor day and Rememberance Day, the US holiday doesn't coincide with some other countries. #
  • 14:30 @ArrshleyLynn Thankgiving is tomorrow in Canada. A nd Canada is the biggest non-Russian country in the world. Bigger than Texas! #
  • 14:33 @a5k3r Actually, it is tomorrow. Although for transportation reasons, many are celebrating today. #
  • 14:34 @LadyNasia Because Canada is bigger than the USA and we celebrate Thanksgiving tomorrow, as God intended. :-) #
  • 14:36 @charleswsh04 Because Canada is the most important country in the world and people like to suck up to us. #
  • 14:38 @NinjaBunny89 Will be tomorrow in Canada. T hat's the country north of North Dakota. #
  • 14:39 @hellojaz7 C a n a d a. Look it up. #
  • 14:42 @QueenBittch Did you know they don't celebrate Halloween in most of Europe? And Thanksigiving is tomorrow in Canada. #
  • 14:43 @FollowFreakyTez Because of tomorrow and the fact that alot of Canadians use Twitter in English #
  • 14:46 @DEMOHIOBOYZ Because Twitter isn't limited to Americans. #
  • 14:47 @Cherry_Boom33 Because of Canada, like America, but bigger. #
  • 14:48 @mdelachaise "All" might be an exageration. #
  • 14:51 @meganwannemache Now you have 2. I also love New York City. #
  • 14:52 @shandrick I'll give you a hint: biggest country in North America #
  • 14:54 @TEFLONUSA In Canada we like to have our holidays when it is still above freezing outside. Unless it is too cold like Christmas and New Year #
  • 14:56 @ecoDomestica If you think Americans are our friends, you're the one who is confused. #
  • 14:58 @ohhlivyahh I freeked out on the Spanish mothers day (Two weeks early) #
  • 15:00 @CutesyCupcake But many Acadians were kicked out of their homes by asshole Loyalists/Americans #
  • 15:02 @BitchieNikki The rest of the world has holidays too you know. For example, Thanksgiving Day in Canada, which is tomorow. #
  • 15:04 @sarah_mattern Hint: Pamela Anderson, Celine Dion, Alanis Morisette. #
  • 15:05 @Rich_iCoast Im Canada, Halloween is later than Thanksgiving, which is tomorrow. #
  • 15:07 @AngelNoMore_ Did you know in Turkey they don't even celebrate Thanksgiving. But they do in Stuffing. #
  • 15:12 @Skivensky Alors vos tweets en français sont où? #
  • 15:17 @ecoDomestica "Fa mily"? Sure. "Friends"? not so much. Sorry, totally trolling. I used to live in a border town. #
  • 15:28 Thanksgiving is essencially an American holiday imported by the Loyalists. Acadians have suffered immensly because of the Loyalists. #
  • 22:44 RT @badbanana: Celebrating Columbus Day by driving my Nana in a Pinto to Santa Maria. Not ideal, but drug mules don't get the day off. #
  • 22:47 "People talk about the moral hazards of cheating, but nobody warns you about the food." (Desperate Housewives) #
  • 06:29 @khmerbird The Amazing Race was in Cambodia this week. One of the t asks was selling helmets to families riding mopeds #
  • 06:36 @khmerbird The guy who said that (who has Aspergers syndrome) lost his passport and was kicked out of the race. #
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