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.
How dangerous is firing a gun into the air? http://t.co/iFbzb9v
That depends on whether there's someone up there to catch it. If there is, it's very dangerous. If there isn't, it's very, very dangerous.
The Huffington Post Media feed proved itself incapable of handling suspense. We also have doubts about whether they'd be a good Scategories partner.
Search ends for missing research monkey http://t.co/pTR7YiP
This sounds sad, but it's really not--if you read carefully, the missing Emory University rhesus monkey could still be out there somewhere, taking in Rise of the Planet of the Apes screenings and causing a ruckus with that missing New Jersey baboon.
Opinion: Fearing a Planet Without Apes http://t.co/nN6IVwE
This argument needs to be very persuasive. There are seven Planet of the Apes movies that say otherwise.
In Transylvanian town, gold pits protectors of heritage against developers promising riches http://t.co/8UNXHdR
Father against son. Brother against brother. Dracula against Frankenstein. This is what the gold bubble is doing to people, even in a community as tightly-knit as Transylvania.
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