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[View the story "#Cowboys, Cowboys, Cowboys! What are people tweeting?" on Storify] #Cowboys, Cowboys, Cowboys! What are people tweeting? For some, Twitter remains a mystery. But for millions, it is the center of the universe. They get their news, form their opinions, share those opinions, follow their favorite sports teams, actors, musicians, and politicians…all on Twitter. News breaks on Twitter. Then it is debated ad nauseum. Storified by Gene· Mon, Apr 22 2013 09:26:10 It makes sense, then, for a lazy writer with nothing much on his mind but still feeling the need to engage his audience in Dallas Cowboys banter to raid Twitter and share some news, views, reviews and previews. News #Cowboys DE DeMarcus Ware says ‘put up or shut up’ comments intended for everybody, not just Tony Romo: share.d-news.co/0A3lS7VJon Machota Views It’s a sad day for the jets fans. It’s going to be a long long year. Guess ill prolly ride with my second team #CowboysCARLITO AMBOY Latavius Mu...
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