I've been experimenting with tweet entities and they seem to work very

I did run across this tweet that did not display properly (when
compared to a regex version):


(From a twitter list)

That returned these entities:

Rundle \ue10d","id":10545}]}

At first I thought I was interpreting the entities improperly (which
is certainly possible) but then I noticed that the indices for the
user_mention of the user simurai are within the indices of the url
(which has that screen name in the url).

Am I missing something or is this a bug?

Also, I noticed that there is an expanded_url value that is always
null. Any idea when will this be populated with the expanded url?

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