April 13, 2017 Open Thread

Filed in Delaware, Open Thread by on April 13, 2017

Chicago crime strategist named Wilmington police chief (link)

Auditor: Delaware oversight of federal aid program weak (link

Judgment day: 3 girls to learn their fates in Howard High School bathroom assault (link)

Sculptor of Wall Street’s bull wants Delaware artist’s ‘Fearless Girl’ moved (link)

Photograph of Fearless Girl by Shinya Suzuki (link)

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  1. Alby says:

    Just a little codicil to the story about the bull statue on Wall Street: the sculptor, Arturo di Modica, placed his bull statue on the street without permission back in 1987. If one of the sculptures has to go, it should be his.

  2. Ben says:

    The girl was placed by a wall street firm. It is performative corporate feminism.

  3. CinqueB says:

    Sure hope the “Crime Strategist” does better in Wilmington than he did in Chicago.

  4. fightingbluehen says:

    The little girl from the “Corporate Capital of the World” standing up to the Goliath that is corporate greed….It’s a good symbol.

    Maybe she could even be standing in front of some other representations, like a coal miner and a nurse, and maybe some other working stiffs to go along with it.

  5. mouse says:

    I was planning to go to NY just to be photographed next to the girl facing the bull