April 26, 2018 6:00 AM HomeMorning ReadsMorning Reads – Thursday, April 26, 2018 Morning Reads – Thursday, April 26, 2018 By Jessica Szilagyi Morning Reads 10 Comments Peaches Whistleblower sparks investigation into Georgia film tax credits Deal partners with local law enforcement for new phone app Cityhood of Eagles Landing could hurt Georgia’s bond rating Georgia school district to allow teachers to carry guns What Georgia’s opportunity zones could do for small business Congratulations, Georgia New York Post coverage on white supremecist rally Jimmy Carter Several rappers have voiced their political opinions in recent weeks, but this one… How tax schemes have shaped Amazon White House prepping for a VA nominee withdrawal Judge says bar owners can toss out Trump supporters Sweet Tea Hostility towards journalists is up worldwide One group says the hatred threatens democracy First drone ship joins Navy fleet Americans are hoarding money in their checking accounts New thing: “cry closet” Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrRedditEmailPrint Related About Author jszilagyi5 10 Comments Noway2016 Cry Closet? LMAO! So, the Snowflakes gotta another SafeSpace, huh? This country is so completely screwed… April 26, 2018 7:06 AM Log in to Reply Ellynn Congratulations Noway!. We just become part of some “snowflake’s” art project this semester. Always willing to help out a fellow art student! MFA grads will one day save the country. #cryclosetuofu April 26, 2018 2:37 PM Log in to Reply downthemiddle Darn, the libs now have safe spaces, cry closets, stuffed animals and free gummy bears. Not bad for $50,000 a year tuition and sky high state income taxes! And its a good thing they ban any conservative speakers on campus too! What are we raising here?! This sure sounds like the Marine Corps! Can you store your Pink hats in the closet too? It is disrespectful to be wearing those hats when you are taking a knew before a ball game! Speaking of coming out of the closets, are the closets equipped with transgender bathrooms too? It is hard to figure out where to take a whiz these days without offending someone! And I hear libs are now raising their kids but not telling them if they are boys or girls because that is “cruel”! I am sure the little critters can figure it out themselves! How did all of those other generations raise their kids without the help of these limp wristed wizards of smart!!?? This should be a powerful campaign message though. I cant imagine why the libs lost the last election. Must be the Russians! April 26, 2018 7:37 PM Log in to Reply Ellynn The student in question goes to the University of Utah in Salt Lake. It’s one of the most conservative state schools in the country. Karl Rove, Bob Bennet and Huntsman family are alumni. It’s in state tuition is under $9400. It’s a dry campus. It was the first state school that allowed concealed carry. How much in-liberal can a college be? Not to mention, ITS A CLASS ART PROJECT installed in the research library. You want to rail against art projects and art students, go ahead and aim your stereotypes at me. I have two degrees, and 3 minors from SCAD. April 26, 2018 8:33 PM Log in to Reply Noway2016 Ellynn, my nicest and sweetest little sister, why you hatin’ on Mr. Down? He’s not gonna aim at you. He just seeing another dipsh*t Lib, being a dipsh*t Lib and is laughing like hell at it!! Humor is a great thing!! Attach some of your art one day, I’d genuinely like to see some it! April 27, 2018 7:49 AM Log in to Reply Ellynn You are being played by some BFA or MA student’s piece of performance art. I wonder if this is a verbal final or written. If this was one of my submissions, I know how I would write the market implications and cultural iconography in the thesis. The point it was located in a research library already sets my methodology standard. April 27, 2018 11:06 AM bethebalance Some of y’all may be laughing, but some students/young adults have genuine stress, and emotions that you can’t actually comprehend because you haven’t lived their lives. So while you’re allowed to be judgmental, your condescending mockery also shows ignorance and a lack of even an attempt at empathy. Some folks have mental health issues. Period. Don’t mock them. Recognize them, and be part of the solution instead of pretty much bullying them, making the problem worse. It could be a generational thing, but there was a time in my lifetime when it wasn’t cool for a man (or a father) to tell his kids he loved them. Too much emotion. I think that is now universally regarded as unfortunate and obsolete. Kids have emotions. Set a good example, and if they need a cry closet or emotional support animal for a little while, so what? It could be a cry for help, and instead of sating “these kids may need some real support), you’re pointing and laughing at them (and calling them dipsh*** and imposing partisanship…). This is part of the social disease that leads to isolated mentally ill young people. April 27, 2018 11:15 AM Benevolus Who knew life could be so complicated. April 27, 2018 8:10 AM Log in to Reply chamblee54 Georgia is preparing to execute another man. In researching the case, I found this quote. Those who decry “respectability politics” should take note. Stacey Abrams, this means you. “Civility is more than good manners. It is an essential ingredient in an effective adversarial legal system such as ours. The absence of civility would produce a system of justice that would be out of control and impossible to manage: normal disputes would be unnecessarily laced with anger and discord; citizens would become disrespectful of the rights of others; corporations would become irresponsible in conducting their business; governments would become unresponsive to the needs of those they serve; and alternative dispute resolution would be virtually impossible.” https://caselaw.findlaw.com/ga-supreme-court/1358339.html April 26, 2018 10:25 AM Log in to Reply Dave Bearse “I’m frankly a little surprised at how emboldened he has felt. He apparently isn’t too worried about the election.” — Senator. John Cornyn, R-TX, the second-ranking Republican senator, speaking of Senator John Tester, D-MT for expressing concerns about Trump’s nominee to run the VA. No mention of Johnny Isakson concerns, who co-signed a letter with Tester, about the nominee by Cornyn, natch, since Johnny has an R after his name. At some point, when GOP leadership is nearly exclusively hacks, the logical presumption is Republican politician = hack. April 27, 2018 12:09 AM Log in to Reply Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.