If We Can’t Twitter, We Don’t Exist”

(ht) Jason Curlee, Chris Moncus

This was too good not to share.  My co-worker says this is me.  I know that he secretly wishes he was a blogfather and master tweeter.  (hahahaha)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PN2HAroA12w[/youtube]

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11 comments on “If We Can’t Twitter, We Don’t Exist”

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  2. wow…eerily realistic….

  3. Hilarious!

    The really funny thing is that Internet Explorer crashed right as they were eaten by the whale at the end.

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  6. oh no.
    that is hilarious.

  7. Randy Neufeld says:

    Too Funny!

    And I’d suggest that Facebook takes it to the next level!

    Lesson: Pick up the phone and talk to someone this week.

    …Randy

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