In response to this query:
http://search.twitter.com/search.atom?rpp=100&geocode=38.627522%2C-90.19841%2C30mi&since_id=28525950136229890
I get tweets like this: 
http://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/show/28525953676218368.json

We're talking about a location search for St. Louis MO, radius of 30
miles. We're getting a guy from "Jeffersonian", but timezone is
Madrid.

Any ideas where this wire got crossed, when we can get it uncrossed,
or what the long-term viability of location based searches are?

Marc Brooks
http://stltweets.com

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