New York Times Has Baghdad Kitten for TwitteratiS

A New York Times reporter trafficked in kitten pictures; Julia Allison's fashion scheme spread like a virus; and everyone decided gay people need special handling. The Twitterati were hatching schemes.

New York Times Has Baghdad Kitten for TwitteratiS

The New York Times' Stephanie Clifford posted a picture of an adorable kitten on the internet in a shameless bid to be associated, on the internet, with an adorable kitten — who just so happens to need your urgent help. Well. We would never do anything like that. (Kitty photo courtesy Clifford, btw. Ahem.)

New York Times Has Baghdad Kitten for TwitteratiS

Heidi Montag of The Hills has developed a dance move just for The Gays, presumably in a special lab of some sort.

New York Times Has Baghdad Kitten for TwitteratiS

Above the Law's David Lat, meanwhile, testified to the very precise targeting abilities of said lab.

New York Times Has Baghdad Kitten for TwitteratiS

Ashton Kutcher is just growing up so fast, isn't he, Demi?

New York Times Has Baghdad Kitten for TwitteratiS

Tech writer Milo Yiannopoulos issued a seemingly unlikely retweet of fameballer Julia Allison. The disdain was implied.



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