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D-DAY ON SOCIAL MEDIA

As the world pauses to remember the 70th anniversary of D-Day, social media is retelling the story in real time.

Several twitter accounts giving a minute-by-minute account of what happened in Normandy 70 years ago.

The accounts are using government and military documents, historical photos and journal entries for the tweets.

Follow these Twitter feeds for D-Day recounts on social media:

@RealTimeDDay

@UKWarCabinet

GATORADE TROLLS LEBRON

LeBron James’ muscle cramping has turned into a battle between sports drinks!

The air conditioner broke at the at&t stadium in San Antonio during last night’s first game of the NBA finals — and caused some serious cramps for LeBron.

He sat out most of the fourth quarter — even had to be carried off the court, and Gatorade wanted fans to know they had no parts of it.

via Twitter

via Twitter

via Twitter

via Twitter

Gatorade has apologized and issued a statement saying they are a proud sponsor of the Miami heat and all its players.

They have not deleted the tweets.

CARTWHEEL CUTOFF

An energetic woman is banned from expressing herself at community meetings.

She can still speak — but she has been cut off from doing cartwheels.

Phoenix resident 65-year-old Diane Barker says she would do a cartwheel and the splits — before addressing officials at county meetings.

She says she did it because she wanted to show the benefits of working out.

But she recently received a letter telling her to stop or she would lose her right to speak.

She doesn’t think there’s anything wrong with it — but she says she will save the cartwheels for outside.