I don’t think my daughters have heard the news about H&M opening a store at Fairfield Commons, and for this my wallet is grateful. But I know it’s only a matter of time before my fashion-conscious girls discover the store. That’s when I’ll push my retirement date back to, oh, 2045.
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Knucklehead of the Week
Bud Selig will retire as Major League Baseball’s commissioner in January. It is time. I was switching between the NBA Finals and the MLB draft Thursday night and heard Selig announce a couple first-round picks. Both times he mentioned the “twenty thousand 14 draft,” which means he found a time machine and is now 18,079 years old. Selig has stuck around too long, following in the footsteps of men like Bobby Bowden and Joe Paterno. In the words of Kenny Rogers, another guy who hung around too long, you gotta know when to fold ‘em.