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.
Catalina Island fox makes an astounding comeback lat.ms/wrIsZZ— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) January 19, 2012
In addition to keeping users in-narrative on a variety of world events, Twitter can also -- in a pinch -- generate plots for the kind of bawdy teen sex comedies that were popular in 1983. Like Catalina Foxes here.
First it was beer at McDonald's. Now they're holing up in their European dog houses, which are probably just charmless more energy-efficient versions of the ones American dogs call home. On the whole, a strange continent.
The good news for Biden: John Kerry was nearly elected president without ever successfully name-dropping a local sports team during a campaign stop. So if he ever gets his Giants straightened out....
Wearing headphones while walking? You may be more likely to be struck by a train wapo.st/yih0Uy— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 19, 2012
Just as long as you know the risks -- it's probably not going to happen unless you're near some train tracks. Then again, it might.
Sundance veteran Mark Duplass talks brunch with Robert Redford and that time Lars Ulrich almost ran him over: gqm.ag/wK9hP8— GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) January 19, 2012
Takeaway: brunch on the set of Downhill Racer was a constant battle.
The cost of not having enough money just got steeper huff.to/zLK9WT— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) January 19, 2012
We know what they're trying to say. Which is: if you want Mitt Romney money, it's going to cost you Mitt Romney money
For Rent: 32 wooded acres in Poland; Previous tenant was history's most notorious mass-murderer: nydn.us/xctJr1— New York Daily News (@nydailynews) January 19, 2012
On-site parking is ample. No pets allowed.