What 79AD Disaster Could Have Been Avoided With More Twitter Followers?

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Twitterstorian La Libertine submitted this great Historical Tweet.  La, we look forward to many more submissions from you.  Thanks!

MT_Vesuvius: @Pompeii Uh… run?

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Posted by: Twitter Historian on January 30th 2009

Posted in: Comically Old, Submitted

3 Responses to “What 79AD Disaster Could Have Been Avoided With More Twitter Followers?”

  1. Aspasia responded on 30 Jan 2009 at 9:20 pm #

    Thanks! I’d do my own graphics but the Twitter photoshop template isn’t cooperating on my Mac. So I’ll be emailing more at a future date.

    ~La Libertine

  2. A tweet from Pompeii 79AD responded on 20 Feb 2009 at 1:56 pm #

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  3. Historical Tweets » A Real, Old-School Flame War Begins on Twitter responded on 25 Feb 2009 at 4:46 am #

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