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.

Who coined the word "nerd"? Dr. Seuss? slate.me/nEsVWF via @BrowBeatSlateTue Aug 30 19:19:46 via SocialFlow



It also could have been Neil Young. Or Grover Cleveland. Or Funkadelic guitarist Eddie Hazel. The possibilities are endless when you put a question mark at the end.. 

All the single ladies! Moammar Gadhafi's wife and fam ditch the dictator, bounce to Algeria http://t.co/Ac3T3H4Tue Aug 30 12:07:50 via HootSuite


We'll say it: The Daily has found its voice.


Adolescence is tough enough without The Washington Post making body image the subject of an open-ended blog post. Besides, all the commenters are just going to tell the insecure 14-year-olds to buy gold.

Face It, Your Cat Hates You http://t.co/JJAKpmrTue Aug 30 17:33:16 via TweetDeck


It's a cat. We'd expect nothing less.

A sad tail: American Airlines loses woman's cat - what would you do if an airline lost YOUR pet? http://t.co/fMNhIaDTue Aug 30 09:57:52 via TweetMeme

 

Look who needs a favor! Should have thought of that before you told Vice how much you hate us. (In truth, this is a serious issue: airlines should not be losing people's furry loved ones.)

Trains back to normal after death http://t.co/abYZyNYTue Aug 30 11:41:54 via twitterfeed


If there's a tasteless retweet in there involving a variation on the phrase "At least he made the trains run on time," we sure can't find it.