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 favorites.
From the Guardian: Agatha Christie's surfing secret revealed http://bit.ly/reBtff
If you're anything like us, you cheated and skipped right to the end. Spoiler alert: she used a shortened longboard.
Also: Up is down, black is white, the salad fork is on your right, red wine goes with seafood, and the buffet comes with soup.
A decade of war hasn’t done much good for the country, but it sure has been good for the Red Sox. http://t.co/bpIj61O
Don't blame the Red Sox. They earned that no-bid contract to put out oil well fires in Iraq fair and sqaure.
A Mild-Mannered Maniac http://nyti.ms/ojazx3
To which we say, it's about time. These loud maniacs have coarsened our politics and hosted our primetime cable news shows for too long.
Straddling the Border, Eccentrically http://nyti.ms/oX7Kf5
For all the shenanigans involving the 112th Congress, nobody's had to resign in disgrace so far because of an eccentric straddling scandal. But there's still time.
Quentin Tarantino didn't want to make that three-part, Cantonese-language Marshall McLuhan biopic anyway.
Photo: Kitten Resembling Hitler is Ignored: http://abcn.ws/rsC6Ph
Damn you, age of austerity!
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