I enjoy using Twitter. I do not enjoy using Twitter.com in a web browser.
On occasion, I recall a conversation that I'd like to find again. Twitter provides a pretty great set of search tools at https://twitter.com/search-advanced but, again, the website experience is pretty awful, on the whole.
Lucky for us, the Twitter Advanced Search tools are just a GUI for a pretty straightforward URL scheme. With the help of Keyboard Maestro, we can skip the ugly web search front end and jump right to the results. A much more pleasant experience.
I left out the date search tools because I rarely find them useful and there isn't a great way to recreate them in KM. The only other minor annoyance with the macro is the speed. It pastes the encoded variables into the Safari address bar in chunks, as it processes. I wouldn't call it slow, but it's not as quick as it would be if the entire URL were encoded before being pasted.
Here's where I'd normally put a screenshot of the macro in Keyboard Maestro but, frankly, it's absurdly long so just download it and take a look for yourself.