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Good day, bad day: March 22, 2012
Etch A Sketch's stock soars, while student loan debt grows ever more onerous — and more winners and losers of today's news cycle
"It's almost like an Etch A Sketch," a Mitt Romney adviser said of his candidate's ability to transition from the primaries, where he's adopted conservative positions, to the general election, which will call for a more moderate platform. "You can kind of shake it up, and we start all over again."
"It's almost like an Etch A Sketch," a Mitt Romney adviser said of his candidate's ability to transition from the primaries, where he's adopted conservative positions, to the general election, which will call for a more moderate platform. "You can kind of shake it up, and we start all over again."
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OOD DAY FOR:

Giggling tweeps
Comedian Dave Chappelle joins Twitter, gathering more than 100,000 followers in less than 24 hours. [BuzzFeed]

Shipwreck enthusiasts
National Geographic releases the highest resolution photos ever taken of the Titanic wreck. [The Daily]

Unintended consequences
Ohio Art Company, which makes Etch A Sketch, sees its stock price triple after Mitt Romney's aide infamously likens his candidate to the easily-erasable toy. [Politico]

BAD DAY FOR:

Affordable educations
A new report finds that America's total student loan debt has passed $1 trillion, making it 16 percent higher than previously estimated. [Newser]

John Edwards
A New York call girl alleges that she was paid by a "millionaire madam" to have sex with the fallen Democrat during his failed campaign for the presidency. Edwards denies her claim. [DNAinfo]

New York pride
Bagel enthusiasts in the Big Apple are infuriated when Consumer Reports suggests that the best bagels might not come from New York, but from your supermarket's frozen-foods section. [Business Insider]

For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: March 21, 2012

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