Morning Reads for Friday, October 11, 2019

LawDawgs! (And GSU, too.)  Let the chill bumps commence. Always wondered what was under the hat. “As illiterates…” applies more and more these days.    Like that one? Here’s another shot of VDH.  Can humans regrow cartilage?  Inquiring shoulders want to know. Every Californian pays the price of their lovely state lacking basic forestry skills.   Honestly, Comey

And So It Goes….

What a heartbreaking game. Man….we say that an *awful* lot with Georgia sports, but this one hurts. We say that an awful lot too. The Atlanta Braves, who had a more spectacular season than the “experts” said they would have, ended their postseason bid tonight in a spectacularly devastating do-or-die Game 5. We died. Some

Walter C. Jones Hired to Educate Voters

Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s office has issued the following press release in regards to the hiring of Walter C. Jones to educate voters on the new voting machines in Georgia: Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced Tuesday he has hired a long-time media professional to head the effort to educate Georgians about the state’s

Morning Reads for Wednesday, October 9

Georgia November 20th Democratic Presidential debate to be held in Georgia World’s largest Stranger Things prop to be sold in Gwinnett Island High School forfeits four football wins in *spaceship noises* transfer portal appeal Even Michael Stipe worries he neglected his true calling all his life DA clears Columbia County deputies in police shooting Clayton

Morning Reads for Tuesday, October 8

Good morning! Senator Isakson hopes that our presiding stable genius, he of the great and unmatched wisdom, will rethink his approach to the Middle East. The University System of Georgia’s health insurance will now cover gender-affirmation surgery. Meet DeKalb County’s first female police chief. Further judicial review is necessary to determine whether guns can coexist

Morning Reads for Friday, October 4, 2019

I don’t want to talk about it. Forest Park – the gift that keeps on giving. Representin’.  It’s the movie we need now, more than ever. Well, “Faculty Responsibility” doesn’t mean what you think it means, anyway.  Remember who else gave weapons-grade speeches? Makes total sense. Taxes are a pox on us all. Indeed. Mr.