First Look: Anti-Israel bus ad, Wall Street gambling, texting takeover, and TOYS
The city and Jewish community leaders aren’t happy about an anti-Israel bus ad commissioned by the ‘Seattle Mideast Awareness Campaign.’ Metro has been flooded with calls to protest the sign, which alleges ‘Israeli War Crimes.’
How to keep Wall Street from gambling away our money? The Fed may start limiting cash bonuses to executives, instead requiring banks to hand out stock or deferred compensation, because large up-front payments encourage too much risk.
Lol omg bbq: Teenagers are too impatient for e-mail. Facebook messages are more like texts, eliminating the ‘subject’ and ‘cc’ lines to get straight to the point.
And this adorable little boy reminds us what the Christmas season is all about: Toys. Not books.
Let that be a warning, Santa.
Tom Tangney will be co-hosting for Luke today. See you at 9!