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.
Road rage in Bath goes viral - VIDEO bit.ly/yQPIZN— The Guardian (@guardian) January 24, 2012
This is what happens when you make a person take a bath while driving a car.
Wow, Shep Smith's detailed discussion of the White House menu just now was INCREDIBLE.— HuffPost Media (@HuffPostMedia) January 24, 2012
Now would be a good time for the Internet to spring into action and start posting this footage. But we're willing to wait.
Good Afternoon! Have a question about the news? Tweet us your query w/ hashtag #askareporter and we'll get a reporter on the case.— New York Daily News (@nydailynews) January 24, 2012
For anyone nostalgic for the days when reporters at major metropolitan newspapers made house calls...
Sun hurls strong geomagnetic storm toward Earth reut.rs/xHk5xz— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) January 24, 2012
Remember the summer when two movies came out in the span of two months with this exact same premise and they both made money? There was a lesson there: never bet against the sun throwing things at earth.
Choose-your-own-adventure tweets are always a thrill. Unless you accidentally read the ending first and know just how to properly appreciate "At Last" in the greater context of Etta James' career. If that happens, you're sunk.
Rose-tinted spectacles: Are we being too optimistic about the chances of growth in the UK economy? bbc.in/xzhKNQ— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) January 24, 2012
We defy you not to have your day brightened by the phrase "rose-tinted spectacles." It is jolly and terrific.
Apologies for earlier typo. Best Picture nominee is "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" -- not "Incredibly Quiet" wapo.st/xXRyJC— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 24, 2012
We blame The Artist.