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.
Two-space parkers: They may be annoying, but are they criminals? wapo.st/Jcp0en— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) May 8, 2012
Larry David identified this breed of scofflaw as the "pig parker." As we recall, he considered them to be among the greatest threats to a peaceful, courteous society. Same thing with taxi upstreamers. Neither group is considered part of the criminal class at this particular moment in our cultural history. But the time will come. It always comes.
Trust us: You've never seen a sandbox like this before huff.to/IT16bL— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) May 8, 2012
So many broken plastic sand castle buckets! And the consistency is also intriguing: more sharp pebbles and stone than sand. The kids' knees will love it.
When parrots talk, do they know what they're saying? In other words, does Polly really want a cracker? slate.me/JaEzDr— Slate (@Slate) May 8, 2012
Or would they also be fine with a rice cake or maybe a bowl of baked potato chips? What Slate is trying to say is, they forgot to buy crackers at the store and want to know if Polly is smart enough to tell the difference.
HERO! Dustin Hoffman saves a man who had a cardiac arrest while jogging in London’s Hyde Park nydn.us/INJP1l— New York Daily News (@nydailynews) May 8, 2012
Good for Dustin Hoffman! Little late for the horses of Luck though.
Twitter Apparently Not Handing Over Jack Without A Search Warrant betabeat.com/2012/05/08/twi…— Betabeat (@betabeat) May 8, 2012
Good for Twitter. They shouldn't have to hand over anything -- especially not creator Jack Dorsey -- without all the proper documents in place.
Forget planking or Tebowing — Russian teenagers have embraced “skywalking” and it’s scary dangerous bit.ly/IzU8U2— The Daily (@daily) May 8, 2012
Not during the Putin honeymoon, please. It will still be dangerous in 99 days.