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Choose Your Favorite Walt Disney Tweet: Winner Gets A Free Book!

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Last week, you offered up over 40 possible tweets for Walt Disney, making the Twitterverse the new “Happiest Place On Earth!”

We’ve chosen our favorites, and you get to choose who wins a free copy of the new Historical Tweets book!

The tweet with the most votes below by Friday (June 4) will get a free  copy of Historical Tweets: The Completely Unabridged and Ridiculously Brief History of the World.

Next week, we’ll post our next “Tweet in the Blank” and another opportunity to vote on the best submitted tweet!

Walt Disney's Tweets... Choose Your Favorite:

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Twitter Historian on May 31st 2010 in 1900-1950, Tweet in the Blank, Uncategorized

Tweet in the Blank: The Wonderful Tweets of Walt Disney

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What would Walt Disney tweet?

Our contest continues — give your best guess in the comments below. Your tweet could win you a free copy of our new book Historical Tweets: The Completely Unabridged and Ridiculously Brief History of the World.

The reasonably official rules: we’ll select the best quotes from the comments and then allow fans to vote on the best one — most votes wins the book!

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Twitter Historian on May 18th 2010 in 1900-1950, Tweet in the Blank

Neville Chamberlain’s Parenting Techniques Backfire on @Hitler #WWII

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Neville Chamberlain (@Appeazr): @Hitler Fine, you can have another country if you promise to just take one.

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Twitter Historian on May 10th 2010 in 1900-1950

Marie Curie’s Tweet X-Ray

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Marie Curie (@UGloGirl): Just picked up my 2nd Nobel Prize. They thought I was pretty. Called me positively radiant.
Submitted by Patrick Kelly

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Twitter Historian on May 7th 2010 in 1900-1950

Einstein’s Theory of Retweetability

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Albert Einstein (Bad_Hair_Life): Mother-in-law visiting for 3 days but feels like 100 yrs. Relativity causing time dilation?
Submitted by Patrick Kelly

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Twitter Historian on May 6th 2010 in 1900-1950


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