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.
Owning up quickly to a mistake is important when you're on Twitter. Equally important: not making a "Land of Enchantment" joke while the plague is bearing down on New Mexico.
ArtsBeat: 'Hat,' With Chris Rock, Extends Its Broadway Run http://nyti.ms/mEPz23
Is it Princess Beatrice's hat? That's the only piece of headware in the business today that deserves top billing over Chris Rock.
When you think about it, doesn't this apply to all music before it's released? They're going to release it, it's not going to stay unreleased. A better slug would have been "Pink Floyd to release regular music."
Woman's Waldorf Outburst: Lyme Disease? http://abcn.ws/lTl3EL
So many questions. why did she yell Lyme Disease? Why did she phrase it as a question? Outbursts at The Waldorf used to be so much simpler. (There's also the possibility that the tweet was unclear and the woman's outburst was caused by Lyme disease. She could have yelled something completely different. Maybe even in another language.)
Search for clues http://bbc.in/kTDNSX
The gritty police procedural that is the @BBCWorld Twitter feed never disappoints
Don't blame us. That's the first line.
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