Bristol And Levi, A-Rod's 600 Homers And 'The Expendables' In Today's Twitter-Wood

Be warned, there was some adult content in the Twitter-Wood feed today. As they appear below, Michael Ian Black's feelings about oatmeal and Russell Brand's interaction with Elmo have been made safe for work, but I can't promise anything after you've clicked on through to their Twitter pages.

The big-news topics of discussion today were of course Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston's break-up redux and A-Rod's new home run benchmark, though, and those reactions have not been left out. Find out who you agree with and why Patton Oswalt wants to see "The Expendables" after the jump.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for August 4, 2010.

Twitter Pic of the Day:

@rustyrockets He started it. He tickled me.

-Russell Brand, Actor ("Forgetting Sarah Marshall," "Get Him to the Greek")


@michaelianblack I ate ALL the m-----f---ing oatmeal.

-Michael Ian Black, Writer/Actor ("Run Fatboy Run," "Wet Hot American Summer")

@sethmeyers21 Congratulations A-Rod. I will never remember where I was the day you hit 600.

-Seth Meyers, Actor ("Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist," "Saturday Night Live")

@MJMcKean Weird that Bristol & Levi Season 2 had exactly the same ending as Season 1. Just lazy writing?

-Michael McKean, Actor ("This is Spinal Tap," "Adventures of Power")

@pattonoswalt THE EXPENDABLES has more cosmetic surgery than SEX IN THE CITY, and I'm seeing it opening day.

-Patton Oswalt, Actor ("Ratatouille," "Big Fan")

@DougBenson Who saved the day in the Gulf? Aquaman? Nope. Superman? Nope. It was Static Kill! #whowillplayhiminthemovie

-Doug Benson, Actor ("The Sarah Silverman Program," "Super High Me")

@davidwain Anchovies is my favorite breakfast. Last week in New York :(

-David Wain, Actor/Writer (”Role Models,” “Wet Hot American Summer”)

@wilw Today I learned that I have the same birthday as Leela on Futurama! My birthday just KEEPS getting better!

-Wil Wheaton, Writer/Actor ("Stand By Me," "Star Trek: The Next Generation")

@ConanOBrien Newsweek was just sold for $1. To show you how media has changed, the asking price for my twitter account is 65 billion dollars. Cash.

-Conan O'Brien, Writer/Host ("Late Night with Conan O'Brien," "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien")

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