OOD DAY FOR:
Faith in 140 characters
Pope Benedict XVI joins Twitter, where he will tweet messages once a day during Lent. A Vatican source says the tweets may not always be written by Benedict, but will always be approved by him. [The Guardian]
The supermodel-turned-media personality graduates from Harvard's Executive Education Owner/President Manager Program. Students attend three-week sessions once a year for three years. [Washington Post]
TV show host and political commentator Bill Maher donates $1 million to a struggling Obama Super PAC. [The Daily What]
BAD DAY FOR:
New data on sleep says southern states are the most sleep-deprived in the nation. [BuzzFeed]
The wine shop next to the Jersey Shore star's new apartment bans her from entering, saying "there is no upside business-wise, and the potential downside is God knows what." [TMZ]
A Wisconsin man is arrested after entering the kitchen at a local Denny's and cooking his own burger. [TIME]
For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: February 23, 2012
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