Philip Roth, Bank Robberies, and James Bond's Beer

Ray Gustini
Philip Roth, Bank Robberies, and James Bond's Beer

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.

Teller foils robbery attempt by saying the bank is 'closed, come back tomorrow!' huff.to/HhrVBH

— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) April 4, 2012

Shifty, robbery-foiling tellers. We were always discouraged by a simple, "No, sorry, you can't rob us today: we're all out of money." But that's us. We're old school.

GOODBYE, 13,000? drudge.tw/HJY9Wf

— Drudge Report (@Drudge_Report) April 4, 2012

This is our favorite lesser Philip Roth novel, right there with Portnoy's Gripe, The Plot Against Canada, An American Pastoral Painter in London

007 is switching to beer: wapo.st/HRE2nW

— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) April 4, 2012

But he's only going to sip. No keg-stands for this secret agent.

The A's shouldn't move to San Jose. They should move to Brooklyn: slate.me/HJyRHV #BrooklynAthletics

— Slate (@Slate) April 4, 2012

File under: S--- Doris Kearns Goodwin Says.

Flying car is unveiled, but really, how practical is it? lat.ms/HQ7iK7

— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) April 4, 2012

Here we go with the flying car declinism. Really, how practical is a flying anything, save for a flying plane or hot air balloon?

SEX TAPE! Zoo Reveals Pandas' Love Sessions Were Filmednyp.st/HTEip1

— New York Post (@NewYorkPost) April 4, 2012

High bid from TMZ: $7,500. Book it.