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April 18, 2008



Yes- twitter is addicting. Some of us- well me anyway- have you to thank for hooking us on twitter. I have followed Third Day for 13 years- first blog I ever read was 'This guy falls down'. Started a blog because I liked yours. Now I twitter- and I'm hooked.
Thanks Mark :)

Joan Young/Godgrl Gomer

LOL...Yes...and knowing you survived your adventure on the roof is also worth it...

Dawnifer Gomer

So if one wants to start a blog or Twitter or whatever, a comment like "I've had an "everything bagel" kind of day!" would be a good one to start with? And someone would care that I made a statement like that? Just teasing! I live for the "my daughter just wrote her name in pollen" kind of Twitters from you! I just crack up!


Or, Cathy, you could have just used the URL I provided in the tweet :)

Hey, at least you found me!

Cathy Holford aka Pixie Wildflower

Mark, I already follow you at Twitter. Someone posted about you being on Twitter on the Third Day boards, can't remember who. One of my friends from Vox got me on Twitter initially. It's a good, quick way to share random thoughts. I haven't posted that much lately, though and I use it online. I just have a simple plan with my cell phone, so online is better.

I am at:


Well, it was because of Twitter that I knew that you blogged about Twitter in the first place. I had to look up your blog url again from your profile at last fm.

Take care and keep rocking!

cool dad

Just got on Twitter a couple of weeks ago. I'm starting to see how useful it can be. And I'm following your Twitter in a non-stalker kind of way.


Yeah I thought the same thing and the phone bill was a little more this month (getting college basketball scores and Twitter maketh my bill runneth over! ;). Well I solved that...just buy more messages because I just REALLY have to know that you are blowing bubbles in your front yard (that made me smile btw).

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      R.E.M.: Accelerate CD/DVD
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      The Rolling Stones: Shine a Light: Original Soundtrack
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      Demon Hunter: Storm the Gates of Hell
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