Posted on September 29th, 2010 in Uncategorized | 6 Comments »
What better headline could one possibly ask for than “All is Lost for the Red Sox“?’
Then came the final blow, delivered by way of Canada like a cruel winter cold front. TheYankees had beaten the Blue Jays and also were in. The Red Sox officially had been eliminated.
Well, I can sincerely wish them better (but not that much better) luck next year; baseball’s more fun when the Sox are competitive. In the meantime…go Yanks!
Meanwhile, Harvard Mag has a nice write-up on Drew Faust’s conversation with Charlie Gibson, which turned out to be more substantive than I anticipated.
Meanwhile, the LA Times reports that none other than Mohammed El-Erian, AKA he-who-fled-Harvard-in-a-hurry, is considered a candidate for replacing Larry Summers. Weird, right?
Also, Harvard owes a lot of money.
Oh, and one other thing. I’m getting married on Saturday. Then I’ll be away for a couple weeks. Will I blog?
I’ll have to think about that.
Be well, everyone, and if I’m out of touch, I’ll be back before too long.