Cate Blanchett, Tim Tebow, and the Private War of Louis Armstrong

Ray Gustini
Cate Blanchett, Tim Tebow, and the Private War of Louis Armstrong

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.

Cate Blanchett's actual face:

— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) March 22, 2012

Seems like a roundabout way to alert folks that Cate Blanchett is on the cover of a magazine, looking normal and radiant as per usual. But you never know when these Hollywood types are going to wear, say, a replica of Martin van Buren's face.

The Daily News editorial board on why Tebow will fit right in.

— NYDN Opinion Team (@NYDNopinions) March 22, 2012

Cool bike. Can watch most R-rated movies. Negotiable 10 p.m. bed time.

Make your own ballet flats?

— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) March 22, 2012

Not in this life. Not in any life. We want craftsmanship, not value.

The case of the headless hadrosaur. #dinosaurs

— Smithsonian Magazine (@SmithsonianMag) March 22, 2012

A Smithsonian mystery: for kids! 

Guy In Mask Announces Formation Of Inaugural Goldman Sachs Union

— dealbreaker (@dealbreaker) March 22, 2012

Yes, he's protesting something. We just find the notion of a guy in a mask announcing the formation of something, anything, to be quite delightful.

Remember that time Louis Armstrong went to Africa to fight the Soviets? No? Here you go:

— The Daily (@daily) March 22, 2012

No? Well, wait until you hear about the time Peter Lawford worked the point during an attempt to overthrow Castro.