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Tweet in the Blank: Phone Hacking

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In light of all this phone hacking nonsense, what would Alexander Graham Bell tweet?

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Twitter Historian on December 16th 2011 in 1800s, Tweet in the Blank, UK Tweets

Tweet in the Blank and Win with Alexander Graham Bell

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Tweet in the Blank!

What did famed telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell send to his many Twitter followers?

Phone hacking? Drunk dialing Watson? You decide.

Leave your best tweets in the comments below. The best (read: funniest) will win a free copy of the UK book!

Historical Tweets authors Alec McNayr and Alan Beard will pick their favorite, and note that, as this is for the UK book, the winner must be a UK resident. Thanks to Summersdale for providing the prize!

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Twitter Historian on December 14th 2011 in 1800s, Tweet in the Blank, UK Tweets

Duke of Wellington Sullies Footballer @MartinJohnson

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Twitter Historian on November 4th 2011 in 1800s, UK Tweets

You Decide: IS Lincoln’s Tweet Funny or Offensive?

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Lincoln: Funny or Offensive?

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Abraham Lincoln (@honest_abe): gr8 show tonite. the Ford is the perfect venue for AAAAARRGH!!

PAGE 69 from the forthcoming book: Historical Tweets: The Completely Unabridged and Ridiculously Brief History of the World

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Twitter Historian on April 26th 2010 in 1800s, The Book

PRETWEET: Nevermore!

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Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe (@Poeboy): Another bird stuck in my study–it’s what I get for leaving the window open. Calling animal control.
PAGE 63 from the forthcoming book: Historical Tweets: The Completely Unabridged and Ridiculously Brief History of the World

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Twitter Historian on April 21st 2010 in 1800s, The Book


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