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.
HORRIFIC Woman finds garbage in father's ashes http://nyp.st/jVOzjn
Don't even think of saying, "It's all part of the grieving process." There is no garbage-finding stage in the Kubler-Ross model. We checked.
Phil Campbells Come Together to Rebuild Phil Campbell, Ala. http://abcn.ws/laqvYq
This is a lovely story, but really, who wouldn't pitch in and help a tiny town that shares their full name? That's a karma no-brainer.
The drink is called pulque and it doesn't come in tall boy cans. Yet.
How Gingrich's Love Drives Him to Kill http://bit.ly/j1rtNw
We really have nothing to say to this.
U.S. cuts off mail to Canada http://natpo.st/iMb1cm
To find a worse week for U.S.-Canadian relations, you have to go back to 1980, when Lorne Michaels got fired from Saturday Night Live.
Any extensive retrospective about arcade icons begins and ends with the question: were Pacman and Ms. Pacman husband-and-wife or brother-and-sister or both?
Anarchist dog walkers? Now we've heard of everything. http://wapo.st/kpx3q8
What about nihilist cat groomers. Or paleoconservative alligator wrestlers? The world is full of wonders not yet tweeted
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