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.


To recap: Golden cats are real, and in National Geographic. Jade dogs, meanwhile, remain just a silly urban legend invented to scare kids into behaving and minding their parents when they're down in the ornamental district.

Dutch woman calls ex-boyfriend 65,000 times... http://t.co/oQ7IgX3Thu Sep 08 13:45:52 via Drudge


Once again, Swingers imitates life in the Netherlands.

Any bidders for Abraham Lincoln's letter to general? http://t.co/g5yJHbmThu Sep 08 05:41:38 via SocialFlow


Clearly, The Washington Post can handle all of the Postal Service's duties if it goes out of business. Mail will be distributed via an auction format, be about 150 years late, and belong to someone else, but that's the private sector for you.

New Book Reveals What Makes Teen Girls Tick -- And They’re Not the Club-Hopping Sexpots TV Shows Make Them to Be: http://t.co/8wraz1yThu Sep 08 13:43:56 via SocialFlow


Here we go with the club-hopping sexpot revisionist history. Did anyone even watch the WB?

"Bill lost an eye": a terrifying vintage safety manual for kids, with illustrations! http://t.co/GyfOwEiThu Sep 08 14:01:16 via SocialFlow


Today's youth have enough worries without Slate showing them graphic eye wound images. They'll find out soon enough.

You too can become a fossil someday if you fall into a cave http://t.co/EJU5DEdThu Sep 08 18:23:40 via Tweet Button


But only if you stay in school.