We respect and value the social media editors who share the links that make our job easier. But sometimes, we have no idea what they are talking about. So after a long day spent staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorites.
What's even worse is, @washingtonpost didn't want @PostLocal to talk about it. Clearly it upset them. Let them have a good cry.
The Fifth Down: Gronkowski Greets News Media Without a Boot bit.ly/A4mON8— NYTimes Sports (@nytimessports) January 31, 2012
It's questionable how well this will go over. We tend to think candidates are pandering when they appear on TV wearing an open-collar shirt and a blaze. But we're old-fashioned.
How the reclusive meat-maker Boar's Head became such a powerful force in the world of deli meats: slate.me/yTpTjh— Slate (@Slate) January 31, 2012
More importantly: what did these reclusive deli masters do to Roald Dahl that caused him to rewrite Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as a book about a boy in a magical chocolate factory. Everyone knows that story would have been better if Augustus Gloop got caught in a brining tank.
Little late for that dear The Washington Post insists is still out there, running happily through D.C.'s many glens and meadows.
Chris Matthews, having fun: FL race a 'horror show' and 'torture chamber'! (Hair could use some pep, though.) twitpic.com/8e3znu— HuffPost Media (@HuffPostMedia) January 31, 2012
It's fun to have fun. And fun, occasionally, means waiting until just before air to put in product.
This is possibly the best travel tip ever for all the alcohol drinkers out there, and it saves you money econ.st/ygPbfN— The Economist (@TheEconomist) January 31, 2012
It's not about refilling the vodka bottles from the mini-bar with water. Good thing too, because the Financial Times had a big, thick piece about that last week that answered all out questions