The API doesn't check for blocked users. You need to implement that
manually.

Tom


On 9/8/10 6:45 PM, Julio Biason wrote:
> Guys,
> 
> I opened this bug about a year ago but it got lost in the bug tracking
> and I'm not in the mood to search that mess again.
> 
> http://imgur.com/JTxm1.png
> 
> As you can see, there is one tweet that appears in the application,
> but it doesn't appear in the website. The reason is that the author of
> the tweet (the original tweet, not the retweet) is blocked, which the
> website does it right and don't display it, but the message still
> appears in the API.
> 
> And no, I'm not the author or am in anyway related to Nambu, but I had
> the same problem with my (now defunct) application.
> 

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