All those elephants stomping around Columbus this weekend aren’t Alabama fans. They are Republicans, coming together to fuss and bicker over our state’s nominee for the election this November. No chimneys or white smoke involved.
Austell is proposing a 28% property tax increase.
Shades of Collinswood. The new 9th congressional district race has gubernatorial family members supporting different candidates. Pass the popcorn.
Much ado about that shiny new terminal.
And the bleat goes on.
Keep up with Aimee Copeland here.
Herman Cain endorses Mitt Romney as GOP nominee. Finally.
Newt reluctantly joins the chorus.
Second verse, same as the first.
Capitol offices are being burgled. Republican congressional offices, specifically. Where’s the black helicopters?
The Walking Dead kicks off Season 3 at the the end of May. Downtown Senoia will figure more prominently this season as a “safe haven” from nasty zombies.
The NATS is fretting how their new basketball arena will show on TV.
Never lose a trivia game again – UGA prof pins modern parable book.
Donna Summer died Thursday after a battle of cancer.
Even though it’s last months news, it’s still so…so… schadenfreudeful.
AND DON’T FORGET tonight is the Columbus Peach Pundit Road Show at The LOFT’s Green Room at 1032 Broadway, 6 pm to around 9:30 or whenever we’re asked to leave. Avoid any cover charge by using the secret password PEACH PUNDIT ROADSHOW at the door.
“We look forward to seeing some of you. Others, not so much.”