Tuesday, January 10, 2006

A couple of things...

  • The T wants to make Copley Square handicap accessible, and everyone is happy. Except for the Neighborhood Association of the Back Bay (People's Front of Judea?). Brian McGrory has the details.
  • The New York Times has an excellent and sad series on the Diabetes epidemic, and how this chronic disease is poised to explode over the next 10 years. Meanwhile, nearly zero funding is dedicated to combat the problem, leaving the prospect of an army of amputees and blind retirees. Very scary stuff.
  • Tom Reilly: Isn't it clear that this guy is already parylized by campaigning for governor? Does it really take a week to come up with this lame an excuse? Reilly says he called to DA to make sure the media wouldn't get the autopsy report. But that's already barred by state law, so who are you trying to convince.
  • OK, I take shots at GM all the time, and maybe this is just another nail in the coffin. It comes three years too late (at least), it's following the lead of others, and it won't keep the wolves at bay, but this is truly a Bitchin' Camaro (Via Jalopnik).

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