Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Looks Like Pittsburgh Gets Left Off This List

If Carnegie Mellon's "defense campus" didn't make this installment, the Post probably is going to collect its Pulitzer without explaining how Lawrenceville became the best place in town to get cut in half by submachine gun (or to find a super-kitted, "top secret" laptop in a bar parking lot).


What's Up? said...

This is starting to get spooky. Did Luke and Dan put you on the payroll?

Infinonymous said...

No, although the City's situation could be becoming too depressing to waste a lot of time and venom on -- and some of the recent reports are so stupefying it is difficult to know what to write about them. Council's deepening dysfunction, centered as always along the Peduto-Dowd fault line, is starting to make Luke look like an adult. (OK, that's an exaggeration -- but maybe like a fourth-grader.)

Onorato is in a two-loser race, which is tough to get excited about.

Working on a few things, but it is getting tougher and tougher to get inspired about situations showing signs of hopelessness.