Morning Reads for Two Days Until Football

OK, so college football started last weekend. Whatever, GSU plays on Thursday.

“Be True to Your School” by The Beach Boys. 

  1. Associated Press digs the new GSU Stadium. 
  2. ABC Q&A w/GSU P(res). 
  3. Atlanta rescuing Harvey left-behind pets. 
  4. Anheuser-Busch brewery in Georgia shipping water to Harvey-affected areas. 
  5. Area laureate writes, recites poem for John Lewis. 
  6. Albanians learning more about congressional district offices. 
  7. A Sanford Bishop ex-staffer gearing up for Maryland congressional run. 
  8. As you can guess, tens of thousands of eclipse seekers helped north Georgia economy. 
  9. Archbishop Gregory: “Voices of young people” can overcome bigotry. 

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I was in attendance for the first football game played in GStateU’s new old stadium (S. Forsyth’s OT upset of Roswell in the Corky Kell Classic), and was also impressed. I see lots of potential for the venue.


The college game for the weekend, maybe year, maybe all time will be in the new MB Stadium Saturday night, Florida State and Alabama.
I will be there in full Seminole approved attire.
Expecting unusually low tides.


Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows says that he and his allies will support a CR to fund the government even if it excludes money for President Manbaby’s awesome and beautiful border wall. He doesn’t want the terrible press a shutdown fight in the middle of Harvey relief efforts would bring, showing even FC people can learn.

A successful continuing resolution would push the fight to December so anticipate holiday shutdowns. Sorry, Christmas shutdowns.