Outside the Moffitt Undergraduate library at UC Berkeley campus there is a number of billboards. They display the first page of daily newspapers from all over the world: “Namibian,” “Globe and Mail,” “Washington Post,” “Irish Examiner,” Haaretz,” and many others. A staffer replaces the first pages on daily basis, so that Free Speech Movement Cafè and Moffitt library users may browse them, and get a partial sense of what is the talk of the town around the world. Today, none, 0, not a single one, of the 10-plus first pages has a word about Italy. Mr. B’s last success: making Italy irrelevant.