WGST GeorgiaPol Radio – Hot & Cold Edition

It’s Valentine’s Weekend, There’s a potential Icepocalypse coming on President’s Day, and the chill that you feel isn’t coming from a Polar Vortex but from under Georgia’s Gold Dome. How’s that for a backdrop to an hour of GeorgiaPol Radio on WGST?

It’s the mid-point of the General Assembly session and usually that’s when things start to get heated. And because many of the issues are….not metric driven, the issues become quickly personal. Name calling has ensued. We’ll discuss.

There shall be policy with the name calling, however, so we’re likely to also talk about the Board of Regents and various plans to reign in their power and/or spending. We’ll have our customary “This week in Religious Freedom” discussion where I will again ask if I’m still allowed to attend the church of my choice this Sunday and then practice what I believe the rest of the week.

And we’ll dive into post-New Hampshire Presidential Politics. Does Hillary still have that reset button? Cause I think she needs it and the GOP just pressed it.

That’s a start. Actual discussion may vary. Tune in at noon on 640AM, or listen live right here.

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Calypso
Calypso

Penny-farthing. The RSIW (Radio Show Inclusionary Word) is penny-farthing.

Thank you in advance.

Lawton Sack
Lawton Sack

That’s too easy, Calypso. I just used a farthing on the Iowa caucus post. How about sesquipedalianism (given to using long words)?

Calypso
Calypso

Maybe next week it will be Krzyzewski.

You like that word don’t you, Lawton? Lawton? Is this thing on?

Lawton Sack
Lawton Sack

You are evil. Pure evil.

Calypso
Calypso

This year, even a word with only two syllables and easier to both pronounce and spell would suffice.

Cutcliffe.

Sorry. I’ll quit (mainly because I don’t know the name of Duke’s baseball coach).

Benevolus
Benevolus

Dear darling cousin Penny,
I am sorry to hear about your financial troubles. I wish I could help you but financial stability for me at the moment seems like a far thing Penny, far thing.

Warm regards,
your not rich uncle

Calypso
Calypso

Whoa, B. That was quite a stretch, creative, but a stretch nonetheless.

Nathan
Nathan

I did work that word into the podcast post.

John Vestal
John Vestal

I can’t decide if the use of “reign” was deliberate, Freudian, or a typo.

I’m thinking the answer is “yes”.

Calypso
Calypso

Rain?

Lawton Sack
Lawton Sack

Rein

Calypso
Calypso

Unlike Kim Davis, Franklin Graham, and certain members under the Gold Dome, I like homonyms.