Funky Friday is here, and we’re all headed out for a week of spring break (shown above in vintage movie style), which, depending on whom you talk to is either a visit to the beach or eight straight days on the couch trying to beat the new release of Mass Effect 3. Today’s news roundup:
The Kony 2012 thing, of course, is not as simple as it seems at first. An excellent critique of the Invisible Children’s org.
Tampa Plant High grad and football recruit Orson Charles gets a Georgia dooey.
Via SaintPetersblog: “Newspapers have shed a greater percentage of jobs since 2007 than any other industry in the United States, according to data published today by LinkedIn.”
Yes, this is exactly how spring break used to be:
Mitt in the Deep South: “I’m learning to say ‘y’all’ and ‘I like grits.’ ”
St. Pete police get the doggie doo treatment.
McDonald’s fries coming off the dollar menu; reporter freaks out.
The European Chess Union’s new dress rules that will severely cut back on those women’s chess tourney downblouse shots.
USF men’s basketball loses to Notre Dame, is on the bubble for Selection Sunday and NCAA tourney.