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.

 

 

 

 



But that's not going to stop him from making 2011 the greatest summer of the shark yet.

Why the heck do we care so much about what color our lightbulbs are? http://mojo.ly/nDC4dZless than a minute ago via TweetDeck Favorite Retweet Reply




Have you ever tried reading by blue light? It makes you nauseous. Red light's even worse--it's like being in hell, but with all the same furniture.

Yeah, what's the deal here? RT @slatemoneybox: Why have teenagers stopped working over the summer? http://slate.me/oL5Cbiless than a minute ago via SocialFlow Favorite Retweet Reply


We're already looking forward to tomorrow, when Slate's going to tell us to get a haircut, ask us to look at photos that sound scary, and then maybe tell us to kiss a girl instead of talking her to death (see previous What the Tweets to figure out what the Slate we're talking about).

Congressman Supports Melting-Pot Museum http://nyti.ms/naRwivless than a minute ago via SocialFlow Favorite Retweet Reply


The awesome lobbying arm of Big Fondue strikes again.

Beware new breast implant bomb, feds warn: Terrorists may try to sneak in explosives in implants http://nydn.us/q8ZSREless than a minute ago via twitterfeed Favorite Retweet Reply


In the span of a decade, the government's advice for how to prepare for a terrorist attack has morphed from "Buy duct tape!" to "Fear breast implants packed with nitroclycerin". All this vigilance is wearing us out.