Tweets of the Week

­­Compiled by @marseniuk

@hughhefner The Playboy Interview with John Mayer is causing a sensation. Yes, a lot of people DO buy it for the articles 😉 642-902 exam

@SinCitizenX Eating heart-shaped cookies, sipping shiraz, surrounded by single women… Ready to stab myself with a chocolate fondue stick.

@tedistkrieg Ticketmaster is easily the worst thing ever…11.50 convenience fee… there is nothing convenient about that.

@PisaPR No more Kardashians on E! Seriously … does the network have any other content?

@thestrippodcast Source at aria tells me midweek occupancy has been as low as 38%, usually about 50%. only sellout was Ny eve. Bad. #citycenter $MGM

@mindywhite: I love that some people still call it ValenTIMES’s Day. Makes me want ‘Pasketti.’ CompTIA 220-801 dumps

@OkieMom_n_Vegas Watching cross country skiing #Olympics. USA in 1st and 2nd position. Woot woot! I wudda been dead about 30 yards out of the start. LOL

@LIPSTour We have enough youth—how about a fountain of smart.

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