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.
Chicago news anchors blasted for "shamelessly kissing Mayor Daley's ass." http://journ.us/j1EWb8
The media tends to use the "blast" to describe any criticism harsher than a mild rebuke. This is one of the rare stories where any even harsher verb is called for. Smushed? Round-housed? We're open to suggestions
Hasidic Newspaper Removes Clinton, Another Woman From Iconic Photo http://n.pr/lglvLz
Let the "other woman" speculation begin.
Samoa time travellers to leap a day into the future http://gu.com/p/2pxvm/tf
We looked at the various ways the media was covering Samoa's adjustment to the International Date Line earlier today. This might be our favorite because of the image of Samoans physically jumping through time.
A pervert's guide to Paris--PHOTOS: http://slate.me/kPOdhu
Francophile miscreants breathe a sigh of relief
Da Vinci visitors 'to be capped' http://bbc.in/lwqdUs
This seems very un-English, until you realize the National Gallery is just capping the number of people who can attend a new Da Vinci exhibit. That, on the other hand, sounds very English.
A tornado takes everything and then a stranger's email arrives http://wapo.st/iUEq47
The Post's Twitter feed is a must-follow for fans of magical realism and heartbreaking natural disaster features
SHOCK PHOTO: TSA LOOKING FOR 'POOP BOMBS?' http://drudge.tw/ja0dLW
Don't ever change, Matt Drudge.
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