But that's just my cynical side talking. The IAEA are worthy winners, considering their worldwide work to ensure the safe use of nuclear materials, and I'm not disappointed Bono didn't win - if he does win the Prize sometime, I think it'd be better if it came once the fruits of his labours are more obvious, and it should probably be a joint award with people working with him like Jeffrey Sachs.
In other news, I must say that today's cricket match between Australia and the World XI is proving to be very entertaining with some quality batting from both sides. I'm annoyed Kallis was sent in after the dismissal of Gayle - and that annoyance was compounded by the fact he managed to run out the on-fire Sangakarra! But as long as the World XI manage to retain their high run rate at the moment and avoid collapse, this is going to be an exhilarating game right to the very end.
PS Pollock - you're a useless captain. Really, what was up with not using Vettori in the first game until 30 overs had passed? And whatever nitwit awarded the man of the match in the first game not to Vettori obviously didn't even watch the bloody game. Danny was clearly the best player on the park - indeed, the only one worth watching!