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.

Hm. We don't remember Pinocchio being this maniacally violent: http://t.co/9wc1t8m6Tue Oct 25 14:15:58 via SocialFlow



It's like they say: one generation's beloved classic is another's hyperviolent source of outrage.

FBI long suspected dark side of powerful chairman... http://t.co/xWweK919Tue Oct 25 17:54:53 via Drudge

Stop. You're only encouraging the Frank Sinatra cultists.

Making a trip to New York without the Knicks http://t.co/nhScr7hgTue Oct 25 18:14:22 via SocialFlow


To be fair, the Knicks have been making trips to New York without the Knicks for almost a decade now. It's not the worst thing to miss.

Fire up your pumpkins... http://t.co/7hxZsNU3Tue Oct 25 21:10:09 via SocialFlow


Get in your Twitter pumpkin puns now. Because in six days the reference will be as relevant as jokes involving green beer, fireworks, and tacky Arbor Day sweaters.

VIDEO: Rare wombat nursed back to health http://t.co/hi5ZuILXTue Oct 25 19:16:49 via BBC News

Of course this is a good idea. You think rare wombats grow on trees? Because they don't. They live in burrows beneath tress.

Spotted! @nydailynews reports a panther on the loose in Ohio http://t.co/T7uXQgxq just as we did in July http://t.co/YghlQbDTTue Oct 25 21:51:24 via HootSuite


Hopefully, the Daily News will respond. At which point the first New York media fight over who was the first to report a panther being loose in Ohio will begin.

George Costanza was called by Israel to help bring peace to the Middle East. Really. http://t.co/ZW3XDnbtTue Oct 25 19:23:03 via The Huffington Post


Though knowing George he'll probably just repeat Jerry's "Look to the cookie" talking points.