Seeing as how Jay Fitzgerald at Hub Blog is shamelessly trying to drive traffic to his blog via his "Shark Week" post, the City Record and Boston News-Letter is compelled to remind its readers that the Museum of Fine Arts has an excellent depiction of a historic shark attack in its collection, John Singleton Copley's 1778 masterpiece "Watson and the Shark". Brook Watson survived the shark attack and went on to become Lord Mayor of London and commissioned Copley to create the painting. Copley's name remains in Boston's history as "Copley Square", the reasons for which J. L. Bell explores over at Boston 1775. And to complete the circle, the MFA's location was in Copley Square before moving out Huntington Avenue. To quote the A-Team's Hannibal Smith: "I love it when a plan [or blog post, ed.] comes together!"