You might say that the number of Twitter followers one has signifies something deep and meaningful about the thoughts pouring from that techie individual's head. You might say it doesn't mean a damn thing. (You might even say nothing — don't be shy.)
But, regardless, we were curious who was saying what to the most, and so we took a look at Twitter Counter's top 100 Twitter users marking "Colorado Springs" as their location.
A few caveats: One, the list is poorly updated and includes some people who don't exist when you try to find their Twitter page; meaning if you're not on here, it's not our fault. Second, it doesn't include people who live here, but don't list their location as such — we're talking to you, Michelle Malkin.
But otherwise, it gives you a quick look at what it's like, sort of, to live in the Colorado Springs area. There's some religion, some mixed martial arts, some tech, some marketing, and a little politickin' thrown in for good measure. Look for the rest of the list after the jump.
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