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Matt Schaub Is Now on Twitter, Tweeting About Foot Massages

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THANK GOD the Internet was invented, or the computer, or whatever it is that gave us Twitter.

Texans quarterback Matt Schaub has started tweeting, and not a moment too soon.

"First Tweet...lets see how this goes," he wrote yesterday, and since then he has pounded out not just one but two tweets.

Will he get the hang of Twitter, meaning letting the world know about every insignificant event that is happening to you at the moment?

It appears so:

We fully expect twitpics of lunch coming by the end of the week.

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