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The Weekend Desk Report

We know you'll be obsessively monitoring the progress of Lee Westwood. We'll obsessively monitor everything else.

Market Watch
The role of technology in weakening the nation's labor markets will continue to be debated as more industries move to lower overhead. This week alone, unemployment rate amongst feisty internet satirists soared after a major breakthrough allowed the jokes to write themselves.

Credit Checked
A group of notable universities this week declared an end to student loans. After all, why incur the debt of a four-year education when you can apparently learn from stuff you haven't actually done?

Credit Denied
Of course, it's also entirely possible not to learn a damn thing from stuff you pretty much did do. So who really knows where this is heading?

Left Behind No More?
Prospects for a solution to the CTA's rancorous and long-standing labor dispute improved this week as, suddenly, the union's demands looked a lot more reasonable.

Turning Green
Finally this week, it only took a quarter of the calendar days in April for Governor Quinn to declare it Earth Month in Illinois. However, analysts warn that, pending public reaction, the governor may wait until mid-May to retroactively declare April Venus Month after all.


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Posted on April 10, 2010

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