In honor of March, the bracket-iest month of the year, The Wire decided to go all out and create a tournament for everything. Every weekday for the rest of the month, we're presenting a different tournament to determine the very best thing in a given field. And we're doing it the way that God intended: Bracket showdowns.
We picked the field, but you vote for the winner. Fill out our interactive bracket, round-by-round, to determine the people's champion, then read through our choices to find out who we think is the best of the best. Each day is a new champion!
Twitter is funny in that your experience whole experience is determined by the people you choose to follow. Choose boring, bad people, and yes, Twitter will be nothing updates from that kid in high school who's ready for a night out with his bros, or that girl who uses Instagram filters on her PBJ to compensate for her sadness.
If you manage follow the better people, you're privy to secret treasures like: Nancy Grace's uncouth hashtags (#oceanmom), or RuPaul handing out political commentary, or Chuck Grassley admitting to deer murder. It really can a beautiful place.
Twitter is so big and varied that you might not follow any of the people in today's bracket contest, but that's your own loss. This collection is the best of the best of our Twitter experience and we just add to figure out the champion via our March Madness ... Madness. Check out our tweeting tributes and help us determine the best Twitter account in the land:
@AndieMacdowell3 (Andie MacDowell): Who knew Andie MacDowell was so weirdly fun?
Why are the people that work for 411 so mean? i will not be lazy anymore & google numbers myself, i don't want to call them ever again
@ArianaGrande (Ariana Grande): Youngest and most powerful member of Illuminati. Teen dream.
@BrandiGlanville (Brandi Glanville): Her IRL messiness and mild incoherence translates beautifully to Twitter where she get in random fights with fans of the show.
@BrianStelter/ @JamieStelter (The Stelters): A dual entry because you can't follow one without the other. Now that they're married, they're destined to become one of Twitter's most powerful power couples.
Murdoch vs. Trump: Murdoch wins this, because while Trump is an expert troller of liberals, Murdoch's "WTF?" factor is more organic and far more genuine. Winner: Murdoch
Darth vs. Pour Me Coffee: This is like picking between two adorable children. If and when it comes to it, you go with the cuter one. Darth has the cuter avatar. Pour Me Coffee is finished. Winner: Darth
RuPaul vs. Cher: RuPaul, shantay you stay. Winner: RuPaul
Chanel Puke vs. Dril: Chanel Puke scares me less, speaks to me more. Winner: Chanel Puke
Stalwart vs. Zero Hedge: We give this victory to the man who never sleeps. Winner: Stalwart
Andie MacDowell vs. Judy Blume: MacDowell is totally weirder than we expected. But Judy Blume has a legacy. Blume's the sentimental favorite here. Winner: Judy Blume
US Mint vs. Chrissy Teigen: U.S. Mint puts up a worthy fight... ok, not really. Everybody loves Teigen. Winner: Chrissy Teigen
Darren Rovell vs. Richard Deitsch: Somedays it seems like Deitsch was only put on this Earth to keep Rovell (and his ESPN buddies) in line. He's doing an excellent job. Winner: Richard Deitsch
The Stelters vs. Richard Lawson: Lawson brings the laughs. Stelter/Shupak are worthy opponents, who probably would win if this were an Instagram battle. Winner: Lawson
Brandi Glanville vs. Chuck Grassley: While both of them have delivered plenty of bizarre, nonsensical meltdown, Grassley is the one who got elected to Congress. Winner: Grassley
Dylan Byers vs. Ariana Grande: A media reporter vs. a pop star. What do you think?Winner: Grande
Buzzfeed Ben vs. Max Read: No haters vs. all haters. Winner: Read