Monday, August 8, 2011

Washington Tweets

Washington tweets. A lot. The Washington Tweets column is a collection of the most interesting, recent Washington-area tweets. These tweets reveal a candid and fascinating portrait of what is on our collective minds: Twitter gives a snapshot of what we're doing, thinking and hoping for as a group. Washington Tweets is Washington in the raw. Bill Adler tweets at @billadler

Seattle, thank you for giving me the best hair day I've had in months and renewing my faith that when DC's humidity fades so will my sanity.

got a call from the bank. someone has been signing up for online dating services and used one escort service in DC

Safely at my cousin's house in Fairfax County VA after missing the 495 exit and exploring the DC Beltway.

August rain has dropped markedly in DC in recent decades, owing - in part - to hurricane drought,

So we are staying in a lovely district called Dupont Circle it is rather wonderful. Today: National Mall + a few museums.

@TommyWells watch out, or Mary Cheh will take your committee!

Dan Snyder goes to war against DC home rule: That'll shore up plunging #Redskins season ticket sales, amiritie?

If you care about DC home rule, don't use Adcock's Trapping Service or anyone else asking Congress to overrule DC laws.

Ireland's Four Fields officially announces it's closing on Nov 5: Sad to see this Irish pub go. #DC #clevelandpark

D.C. business groups 'shocked' over Gray's veto on municipal bonds

Cheh blasts Gray's veto of D.C. Council bonds-tax compromise

Business rips Gray's veto of bonds-tax measure

Is it hot out? Id like to go sit in DuPont Circle while finishing this book and listening to WTT.

Rained all day yesterday...still did nothin 2 the DC humidity

Finally back in OH. Trying not to reflect on whether DC is worth $51 of airport parking and missed meetings b/c of DC traffic.

Walk into the light @ Farragut North Metro Station

I just ousted Kara M. as the mayor of Cleveland Park Bar and Grill on @foursquare!

You know, except for DC being infested with politicians who are clueless about life outside the beltway, I could learn to like this town.

In order to study teachers' effectiveness, DC public school officials are placing cameras in classrooms.

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