Spanning the Web
Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment.
The kids saw his doodle: A substitute teacher in New Haven, Connecticut was fired after she showed The Simspons Movie to young children. Man, we would have killed for a teacher that cool when we were seven. [WCVB]
Forced merriment: Attorney General Martha Coakley is under fire for requiring that her employees take time out of their workday to attend a two-hour review of pumpkin carvings. It seems the main reason the Herald cares about this is because they weren’t allowed in to partake of the muffins and coffee. Can’t they just buy their own? [Herald]
Take control of who plays music that you don’t want to hear on the T: Buskers aren’t going to let T Radio push them around. The musicians are carrying petitions with them to try to convince the T to end the program after its trial run. [Universal Hub]
Stay classy, Cleveland, Part II: Some stores in Cleveland are already selling World Series t-shirts. Can you imagine if a store in Boston tested fate so blatantly? It would be looted and the individuals responsible would be drawn and then quartered. [Boston.com]
Attention Bruins fans! Yes, both of you: Since our hockey team isn’t stupid, the Bruins game will start on Saturday at 4 p.m. instead of 7 p.m. to accommodate the rest of us Sox fans. [WBZ]