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.
Chris Matthews Warns Santorum: You Better Apologize For The Bayer Aspirin As Contraception Remark (VIDEO) mediaite.com/a/yfsym— Mediaite (@mediaite) February 16, 2012
That's it. That's what we're calling it. Not 'The Foster Friess Birth Control Debacle' or 'The Claims Which Were Made About Aspirin Being Used As A Contraceptive.' Nope. 'The Bayer Aspirin Contraceptive Remark.' Go nuts.
The coverage of Whitney Houston's death: it's not right, but it's OK! gu.com/p/35gp9/tf— Guardian Music Feed (@gmfeed) February 16, 2012
Decent and fair-to-middling also could have been used here. But there isn't a glossy celebrity magazine called FAIR-TO-MIDDLING! At least not yet.
We've never developed a good news/bad news delivery preference, which is troubling and possibly responsible for every mistake we've ever made, including biting down on a pen five minutes ago and getting a mouth full of blue ink. We always hope the good news is really good, and the bad news is actually good news that gets us out of having to do something we didn't want to do to begin with. That's the best kind of bad news.
Leaves made of hair?! huff.to/yGeJ8p— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) February 16, 2012
Island of Dr. Moreau giving Arianna Huffington a bit more trouble than she thought it would. Wait until she sees Marlon Brando in his miu-miu.
Like Raquel Welch knows what she's doing on the catwalk. She doesn't even swing her arms when she walks.