Weekly Wrap

Must-read of this last week goes to this Philly-area profile of Jeremy Maclin.

In other news, Michael Ruhlman says service is more important than food. The McRib boosted McDonald’s November sales. If you’re still in the market for Christmas gifts for me, this would do. It is really unfortunate Christopher Hitchens is dying of cancer. A New England grad student has begun an online book club focused on Eco’s “The Name of the Rose.” Obama sure pissed everyone off this week  (but is still probably right). People vote for washing machines. Some of these 60-second shorts featuring the likes of Matt Damon, Michael Douglass and Natalee Portman are stunning (though not those three)…all are at least interesting. James Franco’s self-kiss is the best. Coming soon: ancient Chinese recipe for bone soup.

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Author: Scott

I am a married father of two. I graduated from Rock Bridge High School and then Mizzou before spending six years in the Washington, D.C. area. We returned to Columbia, Missouri in 2006.

4 thoughts

  1. Hey, if someone has income they want to throw into a good cause, I will take one of those Christmas gifts as well.

  2. The Maclin interview is wonderful! I’m especially grateful for his comments on Gary Pinkel’s approach-laudable. Glad he’s my grandson’s favorite Tiger.

  3. Hey, I already got that stone hearth thing for you. Way to ruin it. I am also having a heliport put in next week to help you with your commute to Jeff in case anyone was considering that.

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