Our Favorite Tweets on TheStreet: Jan. 28

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.

Revival of the original Broadway play, The Sunshine Boys. RT @squawkstreet: What do Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn do for an encore?— Ivan the K (@IvanTheK) January 28, 2013

Reports out of Iran say that some high level officials fear the monkey they launched into space today was an Israeli spy— Leigh Drogen (@LDrogen) January 28, 2013

You know who says "money isn't everything" while denying the poor their best chance at more money? People with lots of money.— Modeled Behavior (@ModeledBehavior) January 28, 2013

$AAPL now up and $RIMM now down. Wait. You mean $AAPL isn't doomed and BB 10 may not be the best smartphone platform ever? Who knew?— Paul R. La Monica (@LaMonicaBuzz) January 28, 2013

Monkey in stylish jack at IKEA > Space monkey— financial acrobat (@finansakrobat) January 28, 2013

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