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Oprah Will Not Be Trifled With on Twitter
Maybe you think you can just mess with Oprah on Twitter and get away with it. Maybe you think she's too busy/rich/famous to actually pay attention. Maybe you're wrong, jerk.
Somebody tried to get sassy with Oprah by insulting her appearance on Twitter(on the day before her birthday nonethel…
The Best ‘Star Trek & The City’ Tweets
If you love 'Star Trek' and 'Sex and the City,' this is the novelty Twitter account you must follow. Actually even if you only like 'Star Trek' you should still probably follow Star Trek & The City on Twitter. If you're a fan of Kim Catrall who was in both 'Sex and the City' and 'Star Trek VI,' …
The Best Manti Te’o Jokes on Twitter
Have you been on Twitter lately? It's really just a repository for Manti Te'o jokes. Ever since it was revealed yesterday that Te'o's story about his perfect girlfriend dying of cancer was a big fat sham (for the full story, this is a good source), the only purpose anybody has to go on Twitter right…
‘Les Mis’ Fans Freak Out on Twitter Over Oscar Noms
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Hey, did you hear about the Oscar nominations? We're guessing Ben Affleck isn't the only one crying -- hordes of musical theater fans are losing it too. Who would have thought that people whose idea of entertainment is to be whipped into an emotional frenzy through overwrought…
‘Hashtag’ Is 2012’s Word of the Year
Hashtags may have originated on Twitter, but the popular internet shorthand has since spread to Facebook and even everyday speech. And now, "hashtag" has been declared the 2012 word of the year by the American Dialect Society. #waytogohashtag
Anderson Cooper Makes Time to Shame Twitter Trolls
What with nearly being exploded by bombs and all, you might think Anderson Cooper is a little too busy with not dying to take trolls to task. But that is simply not the case. Cooper was reporting from Gaza City on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, a subject which gets a lot of people up in arms. Unf…
Best of the #BlamePalin Tweets
The Arizona shootings have ignited a national discussion about whether an inflammatory image on Sarah Palin's website inspired killer Jared Lee Loughner. There's no evidence that supports the allegation, but the Twittersphere decided to make Palin the scapegoat for just about everything el…