The Week That Was
Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (You say Alpha, I say Omega edition)
The strange saga of Alpha Omega: Raman Handa and family leave the country.
Alpha update from late Friday: A bankruptcy attorney retained by Alpha says, “We are working extremely hard to put Humpty Dumpty back together.”
Here I am, rock you like Curt Schilling: We’re just glad someone didn’t dig up our yearbook.
The most under-appreciated man in Boston: Is Charlie Savage.
Mitt Romney cries: It won’t be the last time.
We wanted a revolution: And all we got was this crummy Ron Paul t-shirt.
Herald to Finneran: Suck it up, Nancy.
While Paul disappointed, at least he didn’t steal: C’mon Huckabee. Come up with your own sweater color.
Not stopping with Finneran: The Herald also tells Menino to be a man.
We told you it wouldn’t be the last time: Romney bawls.
Who’s writing his speeches: Oh, a lobbyist.
Surely you can’t be serious: We are serious, and don’t call me (Paul) Shirley.
Dapper O’Neil brings the Herald and Globe together: Just like Grandpa Simpson.
Was the dog’s name Mientkewicz: We had a hard time getting worked up about this one.
Now here’s a reason to cry: If George Romney marched for MLK in the woods, did it really happen?
Not so bullish on Bear: More fuzzy math from the gov on casinos.
That’s all for this week. If you need us we’ll be standing under the mistletoe.