Every January, the Daily Princetonian puts out a joke issue when the new editorial board takes over for the old one. I haven't been reading the 'Prince much since I graduated, but one of my friends e-mailed a link to a pretty amusing article about Bill Frist and Terri Schiavo. There's another article (a fake opinion piece) about affirmative action that has led to another article (not fake) saying the first article was offensive. I bookmarked these articles because I thought I could say something about them in a post. But I've forgotten what that is, so I'll just link to them. And, yes, it's Sunday morning and I'm backdating to Saturday because I didn't post yesterday, but it's the weekend, and I'll make up for it with a Sunday post later. Maybe two, since this post is just some links. Another link -- a Slate article on how to buy good book reviews. I think that should be illegal. Very illegal. Death penalty illegal. Also a Slate article about book lights that I've bookmarked to read later because I like the articles where they compare a whole bunch of products I don't need. I'm not entirely sure I've ever seen anyone using a book light, or heard anyone talking about their need for one, but I guess if you're married and like to read in bed and the other person likes the light off, I could see the need. I guess.