Lost Last Month

June 2010

The Gore marriage, when Al and Tipper announce their separation following rumors of Al's infidelities. Helen Thomas's reputation, after she resigns from the White House Press Corps following her comment that Jews should "get the hell out of Palestine." The social lives of six men, upon entering a sealed facility in Moscow where they will spend 18 months in isolation as part of the MARS-500 project simulating manned flights to Mars. Some mysteries of the young life of James Joyce, after the earliest surviving complete census of Ireland is made public online. Class in advertising, when British Airways publishes a photograph showing Osama Bin Laden to be a first class frequent flier. Some of the mystery of Natalee Holloway's disappearance in Aruba, after her suspected killer, Joran Van Der Sloot, is arrested for the murder of a young Peruvian woman. The longest match in tennis history, by Frenchman Nicolas Mahut to American John Isner, 70-68 in the fifth. Writer and Nobel Prize Laureate Jose Saramago, 87. General McChrystal's job as Commander of US Forces in Afghanistan, following critical remarks about the administration appearing in Rolling Stone. A chance to actually hear the commentators, after FIFA decides not to ban the vuvuzela for the duration of the 2010 World Cup.