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In this issue:  The wrong message about a healthy diet,
turmoil in Europe, and the Penn State scandal.

---Bank Transfer Day---
Motley Fool looks at what we learned from Bank Transfer Day.

Motley Fool says Michael Pollan's books don't mince words: 
The near-obsessive focus on nutrients in American society is
actually leading us to poorer health.

Motley Fool says Italy is driving the world crazy.  Stocks
around the world sank and Italian bond yields shot up after
Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi offered to resign after
failing to receive majority support in a parliamentary ballot.
Time Europe says Athens these days feels not just like the
center of an economy in crisis but also like the capital of
a society that is coming undone.

  E-Discovery Made More Efficient:

---Penn State Scandal---
Among the consistent wave of scandals that have plagued the
college football world, one wondered when rock bottom would
hit.  This is rock bottom, according to Sports Central. 
This is as bad as it gets.
Underneath the outrage, Sports Central says there is a real
sadness and fear, the idea that "good" people can still be
hard-wired for self-preservation, even when faced with the
ugliest truths.
Sports Central says you shouldn't blame Joe Paterno for the
scandal.  Today's media is so quick to jump at the
opportunity to deface a hero that embellishment and
falsifications began before the board room meetings even
closed after the Jerry Sandusky story was leaked.

Asteroid 2005 YU55 passed within 325,000 km of the Earth,
according to Chemistry World.  That gave scientists an
unprecedented opportunity to study the 400m wide lump of
rock, which was traveling at more than 46,000 km per hour.