> Whether talking to the Twitter API or any other API on the web, always check
> the response code before attempting to do any processing of the response
> body. Proceed only if you got a 200 (or the response code you expected for
> that particular operation). Many things can go wrong in the process of
> making an HTTP request between your computer and our servers.

I'm fairly certain I did get a 200, but I got html instead of the json
I requested.

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