There was a time when people used to leave work early on days like these. At the very least, there was a time when people wished they could leave work on days like these. Now they just hang out and talk on Twitter. Needless to say, nobody was in the mood to bring their A-game. It suited the day just fine.
Pourmecoffee kicked things off with a suggestion we're surprised we haven't heard before.
Best if no more ottomans on chairs in apartments near Ground Zero. Too Muslim-y.
Time's Joel Stein made it clear the Fail Whale doesn't care about your dreams.
Narcissism-wise, it's hard to top tweeting about what you dreamt.
A funny thing happened to Irin Carmon while she was writing about a women's baseball movie.
Initial typo in my League Of Their Own tribute post ("wear children" instead of bear) has certainly inspired jokesters http://bit.ly/dxiLxE
The day's wire service headlines did not meet HuffPo editor Ryan McCarthy's standards.
Today is so slow, even the wire service headlines are listless...'Wall St. Drifts Higher' http://yhoo.it/cAfp0d
The world's fax machines have Danger Room right where they want him.
I believe my father-in-law is the planet's last active use of the fax machine.
The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza revealed his secret shame.
"Mosque" is one of those words that just always looks like I am spelling it wrong.
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