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 favorites.
Dot Earth: Where Can You Hide 12 Volcanoes? (Hint: It's Big and Blue) http://nyti.ms/pu81bZ
A genuine Twitter head-scratcher. We're going to go with the New York Giants offensive line, or possibly one of these billboards for The Smurfs movie that have been popping up of late.
Is Texas Gov. Rick Perry a Jobs Wizard? http://abcn.ws/nP8UXP
This is a trick question, since wizards are prevented from holding the office of governor under the Texas constitution.
Happy 18th birthday, Taylor Momsen. May you hopefully choose to wear more suitable clothing now that you are a voting member of society.
The sentiment is lovely, but we're guessing Momsen would have preferred a car. Or barring that, a $50 gift certificate to something. Even $25 would have been nice.
Groom in court over castle blaze http://bbc.in/rfWoW5
Say this for the British press: they know their way around a burning castle story.
BP profits soar but calls for break-up continue http://gu.com/p/3vzgm/tf
There's never a good time for an energy company to break up with its significant other, but the fourth quarter of the fiscal year is especially rough. At least wait until the yearly earnings are out.
Things that may shrink your brain: back pain, religious affiliation, and wine http://theatln.tc/pGEGmA
Not included: What The Tweet? But that goes without saying.
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