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.


The most highly recommended type of grass for our region: Fescue http://t.co/TPigZyNF

Sep 21 via SocialFlowFavoriteRetweetReply
 

 

If it were election day, this would be the first upset of the evening. All of the exit polls were saying Agrostis.


NYers: What's an Acceptable Number of People to Sleep With By a Certain Age -- and What Isn't? Tell Us in Our Survey: http://t.co/hBz2vZ7H

Sep 21 via SocialFlowFavoriteRetweetReply
 



You laugh, but the Post's Albert Kinsey-for-a-day contest draws more entries than the Knick-for-a-day and Met-for-a-day contests combined.


Question for you.. tell us if you Agree or Disagree with this statement. http://t.co/H6srKza1

Sep 21 via webFavoriteRetweetReply
 

 

The Twitter followers as Magic Eight-Ball icosahedral die theory of social media strikes us as a risky one. What if we cannot predict now?

Highland Toffee firm goes under http://t.co/TGtFck7e
Sep 21 via twitterfeedFavoriteRetweetReply


Big Toffee claims another one of the mom-and-pop outfits. When is enough going to be enough?



Earth to satellite: When will you hit -- and where? http://t.co/Tx3OCJEx
Sep 21 via DrudgeFavoriteRetweetReply


We understand you may be tempted to make a ground control to Major Tom joke, but please, some restraint. There's a rogue satellite up there.