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.

 


You shouldn't buy winter clothes in winter. Here's why | http://t.co/xeGfQ3ny (via @TIMEMoneyland)

Sep 27 via HootSuiteFavoriteRetweetReply
 


Retail theories from Time are like advice on what to drink when it's hot from your parents: they may be right, but there are some things that need to be discovered on their own.


South Africa's 'Dr. Death' could be struck off the medical roll: http://t.co/qlF6BOHk

Sep 27 via twitterfeedFavoriteRetweetReply
 


Yet another sign: if you're planning to be a good, conscientious doctor who does what's best for his patients and your last name is Death, consider changing it before medical school, or at least the start of your residency. There are a lot of bad Dr. Deaths out there.


A 5k for the zombie set: http://t.co/J5ranZ0l

Sep 27 via SocialFlowFavoriteRetweetReply
 


Or as the locals call it, Night of the Living Fun Run.

A Slow Start for Dancers and Dinosaurs http://t.co/FHgrxHwX
Sep 27 via The New York TimesFavoriteRetweetReply


It's not how you start on Dancing with the Paleozoic Stars, it's how well you finish. And also how well you deal with the spike in atmospheric oxygen.

A movie star said some things last night http://t.co/X1pnZtwsTue Sep 27 18:48:04 via The Huffington Post


This could be the start of an old screenwriter's joke. All it needs is a punchline involving an associate producer credit.

World famous bear believed killed http://t.co/652HXD9aTue Sep 27 14:41:09 via twitterfeed


World famous! When we first posted about this yesterday, he was only famous in Minnesota. He's quickly the James Dean of famous bears possibly taken too soon.

POLL: Is it okay to send one-word emails like "thanks"? http://t.co/IJljPhhv #digitalmannersTue Sep 27 17:57:11 via SocialFlow



Sometimes.