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What a Twit: Part V

Latest Twitter favourites to put a smile on your face or give you pause for thought:

LinkedIn has turned into my parents. Sends me job posts even after I tell it I'm employed. I might be a photog, but I get by.

Best thing about a bike ride? Simplicity. Pedal hard, go fast. Pedal soft, go slower. No excuses. Thank goodness.

Quote of the Day: In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on. - Robert Frost

I don't know. Even with all the evidence I find it hard to believe that Rob Ford would ever be a mayor.


My own personal prediction while we were filming was always that the whole thing would end with Jack and (cont) http://tl.gd/n_1rkgv7q 

Something every Torontonian should know: crackpipe is one word according to CP style. And now you know.

If your first reaction isn't rational skepticism, you haven't been a cycling fan long enough. Or, I suppose, you've been one for too long.

Do not let the shadows of your past darken the doorstep of your future. Forgive and forget.

Doug Ford was directing traffic tonight. Nobody was allowed to go left for some reason.

Don't post selfies in hopes of the Internet propping up your self-esteem. Stick to traditional methods like dating inappropriate people.

keep your friends close keep your enemies closer will you marry me janice

Try Penicillin. RT @BenSpurr De Baeremaeker says that some councillors have subways "coming out of their ying-yangs." #TOpoli

Whoever invented the bicycle deserves the thanks of humanity. ~ Lord Charles Beresford

Favourite pastime on bike: planning the next trip.

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