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I've created a couple of lists that I use to filter my tweets and make it easier for me to read. The problem is that I still want to read my unfiltered "main" feed but minus all the tweets that I've already read in the lists. Otherwise, I have to deal with massive duplication of information.

(also, I have a Formula 1 list that I like, but during race weekends, I want to avoid spoilers as I watch the races on Tivo and am always a couple days behind)

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closed as not constructive by phwd Feb 1 '12 at 8:20

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