Greek yogurt production — a $2 billion industry that
continues to grow — produces acid whey runoff unlike normal yogurt
production that is killing mass aquatic life by sucking the oxygen out
of streams and rivers. WORLD -2
I’ve come to resent this column a little bit. Each time I compile Cincinnati vs. the World, I feel my
intrinsic sense of trust and optimism being drained, drop by drop, as I
struggle to find positive world news to complement local Cincinnati
stories for my weekly tally.
Ann Coulter says the darndest things. The Republican
pundit tweeted this gem to her more than 200,000 Twitter followers,
referencing President Obama: “I highly approve of Romney’s decision to
be kind and gentle to the retard.” WORLD -2
We're watching the meltdown of another story that was too good to be true, too vivid and contemporary to challenge: the runaway California Prius. It didn't take long before the California driver's claims were restated as facts: uncontrolled speed, inability to slow or stop and heroic cop who played a role in averting disaster. It made sense if you believed the hype about Toyota problems. It was too good a story.