Sunday. It’s the 30th anniversary of the start of the Belgian UFO wave.
First it was here, and now it’s gone. The mystery of the monolith continues.
Here are a few articles for Sunday morning on our vulnerability to misinformation. In the first, Scientific American explores the “New World Disorder.” The Guardian looks at how to spot logical holes in a conspiracy theory. And David Brooks channels Jonathan Rauch on Republican distrust of traditional sources of information.
It’s everything you wanted to know about the McRib sandwich, including how work at Natick Labs contributed to its success and how its availability rises and falls with the price of pork.
Matt Patricia is out. Fired, along with Lions general manager Bob Quinn, who hired him.
And you may want to stay away from World’s End in Hingham in early December (unless you’re outfitted in bright orange.)