Welcome to Social Cues, a new daily feature that scours Facebook and Twitter for the trending items destined to be the day's water cooler chatter. You don't have time to check either feed? That's why CNET's here.
Randy Moss: Wow, if looks could kill. The top trending topic on Facebook on Monday morning was the reaction on social media to retired wide receiver Randy Moss' response to a rant against 49ers' quarterback Colin Kaepernick. As former Super Bowl champion Trent Dilfer criticized Kaepernick's ongoing protest against police injustice and the national anthem, Moss, just a few feet away, silently glared at Dilfer. Awkward?
Hillary Clinton: The Democratic presidential candidate topped the social media charts on both Facebook and Twitter, but not for the reasons she'd like. After leaving a 9/11 memorial service early on the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attack in New York, she was diagnosed with pneumonia -- leading her political rivals to pounce. It even prompted the trending hashtag #HillarysBodyDouble. This should be a bad joke, but people on Twitter sincerely believe that when she was sick and went to her daughter Chelsea Clinton's apartment, it was her healthy body double who emerged. We're still trying to wrap our minds around that one.
Omar Mateen: The Florida mosque where Pulse nightclub shooter Omar Mateen had prayed was burned in a suspected arson attack Monday. The St. Lucie County Sheriff's office said the fire was a planned attack, with security footage showing a person approaching the mosque just moments before a flash is seen and flames break out. The fire broke out three months to the day after the attack, which killed 49 people and wounded 53 others.
Eid Mubarak: Not everything on social media is about trolls and negativity. A top trending topic on Twitter is a celebration of the major Muslim holiday. It directly translates to "blessed celebration" and usually falls on the 10th day of Dhul Hijjah, which happens to be Monday.