Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment.
New Hampshire doesn’t mess around: The man who held hostages at Hillary Clinton’s Rochester campaign office will be held on $500,000 bail. Prosecutors asked for the high bail because of Leeland Eisenberg’s long criminal history, unlike letting him go like some states we could name, Massachusetts. [WBZ]
A new slogan for the Obama campaign: The Illinois senator tells the Globe’s editorial board that he is the one candidate who can “reset” America’s relationship with the Middle East. Barack Obama—the Control-Alt-Delete of presidential candidates. [Boston.com]
A blizzard it wasn’t: TV news stations attempt to freak us out over the first winter storm, but aside from some slush on the hem of our jeans we weren’t bothered too much. Maybe next time. [WCVB]
We’re so jealous: Kristen describes seeing former Sox player Gabe Kapler at the Coolidge Corner Clubhouse this weekend. Maybe he’s in town to give Theo Epstein swirlies until he promises to keep Jacoby Ellsbury? [Basegirl]
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