The Week That Was
Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (the “how did this anti-Semitism get in my Sudoku?” edition)
This is the first time we’ve felt bad for Mitt Romney in. . . ever: Did the New York Times sitting on a damaging story about John McCain cause Romney to lose the nomination?
Finally, we can feel better about ourselves: DebbieClemens.com comes back to boost our self-esteem.
You guys really don’t see that? Because we totally see a swastika in BostonNOW’s sudoku.
How was your long weekend? The Herald had a great one.
If you travel on Amtrak, you won’t for long: Gonz tells us about that one time he rode the train.
And we would have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for losing that meddlesome Super Bowl: SpyGate is never going away.
We also heard somebody stole its lunch money: Everybody hates the Globe.
Everybody loves Coco Crisp: But they all want to see Jacoby Ellsbury start in center.
Old people rule: Especially when they make Harvard look like clowns.
Aren’t you an ally of America, Germany? Give us our Whitey Bulger YouTube clip!
Don’t call Josh Beckett fat: He’ll challenge you to a workout.
A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down: New Turnpike Chairman Alan LeBovidge leaves them laughing as he describes the dismal state of affairs at the Pike.
Bakes, shakes, cakes. . .: Hey Howie, what does “Jacques” rhyme with again?
That’s all for this week. If you need us, we’ll be perfecting our red carpet poses.