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Thursday, March 14, 2013

Thursday Scrapple

How many times does Bob Mellow have to be charged before Marywood University takes his name off the physical education center?

Even though it didn't last long, the few days of warm weather was nice.

I still don't understand the Scranton St. Patrick Parade mentality.

Wilkes-Barre had to beg someone to paint the green line down South Main Street, and that in and of itself is sad.

I'm still fascinated by the whole Vatican thing.

Common sense prevailed and a judge struck down New York mayor Michael Bloomberg's big soda ban.  I still can't believe Bloomberg doesn't have more important things to worry about, and if he really cared about health, he'd do something about tobacco.

Penn State says the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal cost it $ 41 million.  It could have, and should have been zero.

Some things never change.  State lawmakers continue to get rich at our expense.

What government genius thought it was a good idea to allow pocket knives on jets?  Can someone please explain that one to me?

The CBS Radio World News Roundup celebrated its 75th birthday this week.  It's one of network radio's last great newscasts.  Unfortunately, in our area, you have to hit the internet to find it.