C.S. Lewis College, Amphibians and Birth Control, and Automaton Fever
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Anyone with a kid under 10 knows 'The Wiggles' -- but you may have not known the issues 'Blue Wiggle' faced off-camera fxn.ws/yuuj1W— Fox News (@FoxNews) February 22, 2012
Typical Hollywood stuff: passing on the wrong roles, typecasting, a very public break-up with Sean Young. Nothing you haven't heard before from a wiggly blue entertainer.
After C.S. Lewis College flops, a free campus for the taking wapo.st/ykoRZp— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) February 22, 2012
C.S. Lewis College: party school. If Arizona State and PCU from PCU had a child and that child was an institute of higher learning, it would look like C.S. Lewis College. (Not now, obviously: back when it was still a college.)
Our Birth Control Undermines Amphibians bit.ly/yYAQ26— Scientific American (@sciam) February 22, 2012
Gov't launches war on fresh milk, hair dryers... drudge.tw/ArfYmp— Drudge Report (@Drudge_Report) February 22, 2012
Two-front wars are notoriously difficult to manage. And this one is going to involve dairy and electrical equipment close to a bathtub. Tough sledding.
'Hugo' sparks interest in 200-year-old automaton huff.to/A1Cgmf— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) February 22, 2012
He was due. Plus, it's awards season. People get interested in Mickey Rourke when there's an Oscar on the line.