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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. After a long day spent staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorites.


Why doesn't anybody ever call us? http://t.co/KjyWOspw

Dec 07 via SocialFlowFavoriteRetweetReply
 


Somebody's feeling lonely in DC!


The science of smiles, all 200 years of it http://t.co/cmcgqdTn#TED

Dec 07 via BufferFavoriteRetweetReply
 


Back in the olden days there was a real art to being happy. Now it's just series of chemical reactions.


Baby bump submissions for the #amillionmoms photo contest have been narrowed down to 12 semi-finalists. Vote now! http://t.co/V3n7pnYi

Dec 07 via HootSuiteFavoriteRetweetReply
 


It's just like your Facebook newsfeed but created by broadcast journalists.


Crack cocaine program in Brazil gets $2 billion investment http://t.co/nOHxzyUZ

Dec 07 via The Huffington PostFavoriteRetweetReply
 


Either Brazil has some incredibly open-minded venture capitalists or this tweet is missing a very important detail (the phrase "addiction program" perhaps?)


As 'X Factor' nears its season finale, the remaining finalists speak out: http://t.co/ZxKJjcYM

Dec 07 via bitlyFavoriteRetweetReply
 


We've been fantasizing about the "X Factor" spoken word sneak challenge for years. Cornel West is the judge right?

Yawns More Contagious Among Friends http://t.co/IDBdEP9s
Dec 07 via SocialFlowFavoriteRetweetReply


Especially if you have boring friends.

 

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