It's become so popular that ESPN's Major League Baseball insider Jayson Stark has taken a liking to it and recognized one of its tweets as a 'Tweet of the Week. So in case you were wondering how many cubic Altuves of water are in the Gulf of Mexico, no need to go any further than right here.
The Gulf of Mexico contains roughly 8,494,208,494,208,494 cubic Altuves of water.— How Many Altuves (@HowManyAltuves) June 1, 2012
Here's a couple of my favorite tweets:
"As long as you hit that wire...at precisely 23.8 Altuves per second the instant the lightning strikes the tower... everything will be fine"— How Many Altuves (@HowManyAltuves) June 8, 2012
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