2013 was a busy year for Twitter the company. The micro-blogging service went public and continued to have a profound impact on the world of communication. In this special episode of The Motley Fool's everything-financials show, Where the Money Is, David Hanson (TMFHurricane) is joined by Fool One analyst Morgan Housel (TMFHousel) to look at seven of their favorite Tweets from 2013.
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Twitter went public in the 2013, but it was these seven tweets that really caught our eye.
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