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Your tweets are in the Library of Congress

Twitter has donated its entire public tweet archive – which numbers in the billions since 2006 – to the Library of Congress, the nation’s oldest federal cultural institution that “seeks to spark imagination and creativity and to further human understanding and wisdom by providing access to knowledge through its magnificent collections, programs and exhibitions.”

Of course, the purpose is to catalog historic tweets such as President Obama’s upon winning the election. But now, the Library will have our musings on “history” as well. After the jump, I’ve taken the liberty of pulling out a few of my tweets that might “further human understanding and wisdom.” 

On the important issue of healthcare:
Great. Where was I when healthcare passed? Fast-forwarding thru Hallmark’s “Healing Hands” looking for Eddie Cibrian shirtlessness. (None.) 11:46 PM Mar 21st, 2010

On the important issue of censorship:
PSA: “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” on ABC Family right now. 12:58 AM Jan 24th, 2010

So ABC Family leaves in the “Tune in Tokyo” groping but silences the “It’s the safest thing you’ll ever have between your legs” line. Huh? 1:19 AM Jan 24th, 2010

On these troubled times we live in:
Currently having an IM fight over who should play Jeannie in a fictitious reboot of I Dream of Jeannie EP’d by Joss Whedon. Suggestions? 2:57 PM Nov 20th, 2009

I just got called out by Josh Wolk for making a Jaws 3 underwater welding reference. I’m not the only one who remembers those scenes, right? 2:06 PM Jul 20th, 2009

Snowstorm = texting with various friends about the TV movies we’re watching in bed. I cannot do The Christmas Shoes on Lifetime. Sorry. 7:43 PM Dec 19th, 2009

On historic firsts:
I just guessed the final puzzle on Wheel of Fortune for the first time EVER while waiting for The Bachelorette to start! 7:58 PM Jul 27th, 2009

Watching Golden Girls marathon on Hallmark. Just found myself attracted to Leslie Nielsen. 1:48 PM May 3rd, 2009

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