The Week That Was
Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (Non video-taped edition).
Bob Kraft, a rabbi and Boston Daily walk into a temple: And unintentional comedy ensues.
Why can’t politicians understand that 9/11 isn’t about them? Bunch of donkeys, indeed.
Rachel Baker takes New York: And brings her mom along for the ride. Or was it the other way around?
Dear Silver Line: Thank you for working. Kind of sad when we praise a public transportation line for doing what it’s supposed to do.
Ron Borges, found: And apparently writing for the Kansas City Chiefs official website. Ouch.
Does the Globe even care about their reputation anymore: Yet more ads disguised as articles hit the Globe about the Fenway Sports group.
Mitt Romney’s campaign continues: To make fools of themselves.
Boston Skanks, coming to a newsstand near you: It would be nice if the Globe would stop making our city such an easy mark for those literary geniuses over at Gawker.
Tom Finneran will smack his b*%#h up: We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Middle-aged former speakers of the house should not try to be edgy.
There is no way that man is Whitey Bulger: Because he looks just like our uncle.
Ben Affleck’s comeback temporaily delayed: But Ben will be back. In the October issue of Boston magazine.
The initial Willard Mitt Romney Worse Week Than You Award winner is: Oh, c’mon. Like you have to ask?