The Week That Was
Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (Patriots and politics edition).
Not everyone was happy about Ted Kennedy’s endorsement: New York NOW, for instance.
After another silver, Romney says he’s in it to win it: You have to admire his moxie, if not his bank account.
You’d think there was a big game or something: The Patriots get a little introspective?
Honestly, aren’t there more important things for the Senate to worry about? Arlen Specter, ladies and gentlemen!
Jim Ogonowski sees a new battle: With John Kerry. Little ambitious if you ask us.
We bet Jim would know how to handle his KFC though: Our ex-Governor? Not so much.
‘We are not a crime and grime paper’: Um, OK.
Eli over Brady? Come on now.
What’s in a logo? Not much apparently.
The Sox don’t get Johan Santana: And everyone is happy.
OK, Herald, we have to hand it to you: That was a good one.
Flush with endorsements, and cash, Obama returns to Boston: We’ll admit it, the election has been better than the Super Bowl hype.
Especially when we get to write stories like this: Dude, you said there would be nachos.
The post the Hill and the Hall don’t want you to read: But can’t wait to see for themselves.
And then we asked an orangutan to pick the Super Bowl winner: And she ‘picked’ the Pats!
That’s all for us for this week. If you need us we’ll be chilling at NY Fashion Week with Dea Dea Baker.