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Our Favorite Tweets on TheStreet: Dec. 19

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Thanks to Twitter, TheStreet gets to keep in touch with our alumni like @Herbgreenberg and @aarontask, as well as our friendly-competitors like @bloombergnews, @lamonicabuzz and @businessinsider.

Sometimes we'll come across a great tweet that you might not see in one of our stories, so we decided to create a story that rounds-up our favorite tweets of the day.

And that's what you'll find below.

Of course, this list is just a microcosm of the Twitterverse, and one that includes of our in-house favorites like @JimCramer, @DougKass and @Rocco_TheStreet.

To join the conversation in real time, follow @thestreet on Twitter.

Did we miss something? Share your favorite tweets in the comments below, on our Facebook page or mention us on Twitter.

$KORS up 2%. Not seeing news .. unless investors think he'll be less distracted since he won't be Project Runway judge in new season. Heh.— Paul R. La Monica (@LaMonicaBuzz) December 19, 2012

I'm beginning to thing $WAGE's purpose is to secretly get you NOT to use your FSA funds!— Herb Greenberg (@herbgreenberg) December 19, 2012

Everyone in NYC says "they'll get a fiscal deal done".No one in DC can describe a deal that gets votes and a presidential signature.— Tony Fratto (@TonyFratto) December 19, 2012

A decade! Oh, well. At least it was a quiet decade for the banking industry.— Binyamin Appelbaum (@BCAppelbaum) December 19, 2012

Obama's answers on the Fiscal Cliff are longer than 'The Hobbit'— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) December 19, 2012

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