Here at The Atlantic Wire, we respect and value the social media editors who share the links that make our jobs easier. Sometimes, though, we have no idea what they're talking about. So after a day of staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorite head-scratchers.
Interns, beware: http://wapo.st/jZwqI8
A link to a story about the job market for recent grads, or cryptic warning about the Post's haunted copier? A little bit of both, we're guessing..
Breaking: California Assembly OKs bill to dissolve city of Vernon. http://lat.ms/iew4Wm
Yet Jerry Brown still wants to defund the city dissolver program.
Fine. But let's drop the movie release date infographic ruse. We all feel vaguely old and decrepit when we're on Twitter for an extended period of time
America's two-year-olds have questions, National Geographic has answer.
Asia risks overheating, IMF says http://bbc.in/m7zbij
Asia also leaves the door open in summer and air-conditions the whole sub-continent. Where's the IMF warning on that one? Cooling an entire continent isn't cheap, you know.
Yertle of course is Yertle the Turtle...Arianna Huffington poaches talent everywhere, apparently.
GDP growth is anemic, yo. http://huff.to/l0Kkuu
Tim Armstrong's "vision," perhaps?
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