– The zamboni driver at Lynah will in fact be retiring.
– The new Forbes “America’s Best Colleges 2009” does not deserve its own post and/or analysis. Cornell came in 205th, with ECAC rivals Union (26) and Colgate (29) coming in hundreds of places ahead of Big Red. I know you guys are trying to be different than U.S. News, but c’mon!!
– No MRM is complete without Krauthammer’s most recent health care reform proposal.
– A disturbing, yet darkly funny article about a Paraguayan child who turned about to be alive at a wake after being declared dead. Look out for the DailyMail’s informative graphic of Paraguay’s confusing location.
– Another week and George Will continues his assault on the global warming hysteria.
– I’m not a big Twitter fan, but the most recent application of the technology is particularly interesting – John Quincy Adams’ diaries are now being posted online in a pseudo-time-travel blog. After a book, a movie, and now Twitter, seems as if the Adams are the most high-tech founding fathers thus far.
– A must-read article about the shady business police investigation work in Dubai that is targeting and accusing foreign investors and entrepreneurs to take the fall for a sliding economy. The harsh investigation procedures led a frightened ex-French-intelligence businessman to utilize his old skills and escape the country via a complicated underwater scheme.