Sunday, June 2, 2013

Last Stand for Children Founder Myron Miner Survives Mackinac Conference Tragedy

Tragedy struck the Mackinac Policy Conference when in their zealous to improve the efficiency of Mackinac Island's Grand Hotel, inadvertently made the hotel staff walk off the job.   Mackinac, which is the Indian word for "Slaughter Island" soon found the peaceful conference guests facing off in tribes.   While there was apparently only one fatality, only the timely arrival of some yachting enthusiasts prevented a much greater tragedy.   Myron Miner's tweets provide a lasting testament to the horror that the guests endured on the island.  They have been preserved at Storify and can be read here:

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