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Copywriter Publishes a Book of Tweets, Gets Amish Guy to Advertise It Inside the mind of Keith Wisniewski

Keith Wisniewski, a writer and associate creative director at Publicis Seattle, likes being funny on Twitter. So, he went ahead and published a book of what he considers his most hilarious tweets. Too Small to Fail: The Tweets of Keith Wisniewski is available on Amazon. If you're not immediately rushing over there to buy it, allow the Amish man in the video below to read a little from the book. See, this is how the Amish access the Internet—by reading a book of tweets. You can follow Keith on Twitter at @TheRealWZA. Jokes this week have involved the deformed people of Chernobyl and ninjas with BO.

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