Thanks, Richard - just got around to reading Part Two, from which I briefly break off, A.apsley88
People who send timed Tweets tell me of TweetDeck, which would automate the sending, and I cannot think why it wouldn't provide the means for the content to beapsley88
I've often thought of an automated tweet actually, and before Twitter of an automated daily Russ quote to your inbox that you could subscribe to, but I'vegomyawncher
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