A little computer/internet humor.
If GM executives hold on to their shares of GM stock and the company goes bankrupt, they get nothing. If they dump their stock a couple of weeks before a well-known potential bankruptcy filing, they're telling us where they think the company is headed. No surprise and not really much of a story, either. If they held on to their shares, I would say they're unfit to lead the bankruptcy-emerging GM because it would show a clear lack of intelligence.
About today's QOTD: I agree. An odd restriction. I thought the park was the place to go to loiter.
120 days until football season ...
Quote of the Day
No Smoking, No Feeding Ducks or Geese, and No Loitering (an odd restriction for a park)
Patrick Reusse, Minneapolis Star Tribune
Blog of the day here.
Quote from said blog: "The pristine island of Mannahatta that Henry Hudson set foot upon in 1609 was known in the native Lenape language as "the island of many hills," where wolves and black bears roamed forests and meadows."