The api request I am making looks like this

POST /1/statuses/filter.json HTTP/1.1
Authorization: Basic bVW0YWIZIG8yYTp3d3F0eGVz
X-Twitter-Client: Twitter4J
Accept-Encoding: gzip
User-Agent: twitter4j
X-Twitter-Client-Version: 2.1.3
Connection: close
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded
Content-Length: 49
Accept: text/html, image/gif, image/jpeg, *; q=.2, */*; q=.2


This should return a sample of all geocoded tweets within the
geographic area, defined by the bounding box (it surrounds the Dallas-
Ft. Worth area where I live).
Using Safari, I log into Twitter with my test user: GiscJTest1 - it
asks to use location, to which I answer OK.
I select a location (such as the coffeeshop down the street from me)
from the list and post a tweet.
I see the tweet in my api output, but instead of the location I
selected, it just says "East Dallas, TX". Also, there is no lat-long.
Then I try it with Twiterrific on my iPhone - again using GiscJTest1 -
and with Location enabled.  I *never* see these tweets in the stream
output.  I've tried many times, but the iPhone tweets do not show up
in the stream.

Can anyone explain this behavior?

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