Good morning. Here are a pair of links that will make you welcome or dread the coming week.
Whitney Kropp, the bullied teen who was elected to her high school’s homecoming court as a joke, attended the homecoming ceremony (from CNN).
Earlier this month, when she realized the whole thing was a prank, Kropp, a sophomore at Ogemaw Heights High School near West Branch, Michigan, said she became suicidal and felt “like trash.”
But thanks to a push from her family and friends, she decided to embrace what happened and turn the tables.
“I can just prove all these kids wrong … I’m not the joke everyone thinks I am,” she said Thursday.
There are still 36 days until the U.S. Presidential Election. Which means we all have to endure 36 more days of articles (in this case from the Financial Times) telling us useless things like this,
If the Republican candidate is to regain the momentum, he needs to do two things when he takes the stage on Wednesday.
Above all, he needs to provide details about exactly what he would do in the White House.
Enjoy or loathe your week.