Monday, August 22, 2016

Berkeley Bugs

Given Berkeley's budget problem - which is still in the hands of its semi-resigned chancellor - perhaps there are movie rights to be sold based on the story below from the Daily Cal:

The Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union building, a popular student study area and home to dozens of student organizations, was partially closed after bed bugs were discovered Tuesday on the second floor.
According to campus spokesperson Adam Ratliff, the pests were found in a seating cushion on the second floor and likely originated from a visitor.* With thousands of students set to arrive next week ahead of fall classes that start Wednesday, some areas in the building will remain closed until Sunday, he said...
*From a "visitor"? There's always the temptation to blame the outsider!

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