Your state government at work: Brendan Lyons has a story in the TU about the Division of Parole digging into its own employees phone & e-mail records--following a series of TU stories in 2005-06 about the Division of Parole.
And Sunday, in case ya missed it, DIA tried to untangle Albany's agency alphabet soup. Guaranteed to hurt your head.
This may, in fact, be Metroland's very first post about sports. I know, it's pretty exciting. It's also pretty damn funny.
Here's video from what's being called "the major-league freak out" from minor-league baseball manager Phillip Wellman. Wellman is manager of the Atlanta Braves' affiliate team, the Mississippi Braves.
Even if the first minute doesn't amuse you, stay tuned to around 1:20. That's when he starts crawling on his elbows across the field and grenade tosses the pitcher's rosin bag. It takes a little bit of crazy, I think, to act out in such a manner. But hey, if you're going to be ejected from the game, you might as well make it worth it, right?