Gingrich's Secret Weapon, Cat Burglars, and Starbucks Clones

After a long day of staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorite tweets that made no sense.

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We respect and value the social media editors who share the links that make our job easier. But sometimes, we have no idea what they are talking about. So after a long day spent staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorites.

Next year at Davos, when What the Tweet is the keynote speaker at a dinner sponsored by the Environmental Defense Fund and British Airways, we will talk in greater depth about how Twitter is changing news, language and the way society experiences sporting events. For now, let's just say that it has killed -- killed -- the "Meet [famous person A's] Secret Weapon: [Largely Unknown Person B" headline template. Killed it.

This is what happens when you've only watched Heat in sections while channel surfing. You think a life of crime will land you a nice girl like Ashley Judd. It doesn't. That's why Robert De Niro wears all those starched white shirts and finely tailored grey suits. Because he's depressed.

This isn't a Chelsea-is-getting-ready-to-quit story. It's a Chelsea-has-a-new-assignment-and-it-involves-dogs story. We have to say, we prefer the former to the latter.

We don't want to dash anyone's hopes, but 40 percent of new Starbucks-of-something else operations fail within the first six months. Just something to keep in mind.

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