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Good day, bad day: February 15, 2012
Jeremy Lin merits a Nike shoe design, while Bristol Palin resorts to Craigslist to promote her book — and more winners and losers of today's news cycle
 
Nike plans to cash in on the Linsanity with a Jeremy Lin shoe in a New York Knicks orange-and-blue color scheme.
Nike plans to cash in on the Linsanity with a Jeremy Lin shoe in a New York Knicks orange-and-blue color scheme.
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GOOD DAY FOR:

Jamie Oliver
The celebrity chef discovers hidden treasures worth $1.8 million while renovating the basement of his new restaurant in Manchester, England. The loot includes rare master tapes by the bands Joy Division and New Order. [Death & Taxes]

Jeremy Lin fanatics
Nike releases preview images of an upcoming shoe dedicated to the New York Knicks' surprise superstar. [Opposing Views]

Obama's reelection chances
A new Gallup index says Americans rated their own well-being higher in January of 2012 than in any month since early 2010. [UPI.com]

BAD DAY FOR:

Persistence
San Diego police engage in a two-hour armed standoff with a roadside vehicle before realizing the car was empty. [Huffington Post]

Shameless self-promotion
Bristol Palin is caught using Craigslist to beg people to attend her Washington, D.C., book signing. [Newser]

The power of love
Over 15,000 residents in Southern California recover from a power outage caused by a wayward Valentine's Day balloon. [The Daily What]

For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: February 14, 2012

 

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