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Tweets of the Week, 2/17/09



February 17, 2009 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: NFLX , GOOGL , MSFT

Hope you enjoyed the long weekend, Fools! I'm back with this week's roundup of notable posts from The Motley Fool's Twitter feed. Every weekday, we fire off Foolish news and tips, 140 characters at a time. You can sign up to follow our feed absolutely free!

Love means never having to say "I'm shorting you." Fools reminisce about the stocks that won -- and broke -- their hearts:

If you think our bankers are bad, just wait till you learn what Russia's financial wizards did with *their* bailout money:

Dear Recession: Thank you for helping us reach 10 million subscribers. We love you. Don't ever end. XOXO, Netflix ($NFLX):

@milehighfool likes this. And by "this," we mean Facebook's new way to gain marketable info about its users' preferences:

We put on our hazmat suits and nominated 'em, you held your noses and voted at arm's length. The Worst Stock for 2009 is:

Does a new deal make Google ($GOOG) and Microsoft ($MSFT) pals, or are they just moving close enough to start stabbing?

You may be out having fun on Valentine's Day, but these five stocks will be sulking in their rooms, listening to The Cure:

Isn't paying too much for coffee the whole point of going to Starbucks ($SBUX)? The java giant rolls out a new value menu:

Four words you never thought you'd hear from a rich CEO: "Please raise my taxes!" Kudos to Reed Hastings' modest proposal:

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