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Twitter Hero Reminds People About Their Tweets Years Later

People have a tendency to discuss future plans via Twitter only to have those goals go unrealized simply because the Tweeters forgot about their post. In fact, forgetfulness is the number one cause of hopes and dreams being forgotten, so it's a good thing Twitter hero Jon Hendren is out there reminding people about their important Tweets, like the one about the 40th birthday butt stripes.
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