Morning Reads for Friday, July 13, 2012

Here:
Everybody’s gone to the beach.
– Georgia’s universities generated $13.2 billion into Georgia’s economy last year and it wasn’t just late night pizza.
– DeKalb County still playing Whack-A-Mole with the school budget.
– Floods are not fun.
– Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers is a YES! on casino gambling in GA

There:
Everybody’s gone to the shore.
– Oops. Democratic opposition research available on the interwebz.
– Hank Jr hates The O. Really.
– HotAir’s VP Survey results are up.
– Senator Johnny Isakson is going after the President on his latest tax cut extension proposal.

Random Everywhere:
Everybody’s just gone, man….
– Is Randy Jackson on his way out at IDOL? Tyler and Lopez, too?
– Go ahead, everybody does it.
– Yahoo user? Better change that password
– Tree rings can’t lie. Especially if they’re fossilized. Al Gore was not available for comment.

It’s Friday the Thirteenth. Be safe out there, peeps.

12 comments

  1. chamblee54 says:

    Twenty five years ago, conservatives could not say enough bad things about G-dless Communism in the evil empire. Now, the Russian Orthodox church is part of the Russian Regime, and the empire really is evil. I wonder why this story is not getting more attention in America. It has rock and roll music, and flashy costumes, for the liberals, and fighting Russia for the conservatives. And you get to say a naughty word.
    http://chamblee54.wordpress.com/2012/07/12/pussy-riot/

  2. Bob Loblaw says:

    It is Friday the 13th…is that why Galloway’s blog from the 11th is in today’s morning reads? Ketchup!

  3. griftdrift says:

    No. Tree rings don’t lie.

    Key part of the article,

    “German researchers used data from tree rings – a key indicator of past climate – to claim the world has been on a ‘long-term cooling trend’ for two millennia UNTIL THE GLOBAL WARMING OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY”

    My emphasis

  4. SallyForth says:

    Friday the 13th and day four of the modify/delete hostage crisis. Is the P/P webmaster on vacation?

      • SallyForth says:

        Thanks for response, Charlie. I take it this is a problem with WordPress and we’re at their mercy for when it will be working again…

  5. saltycracker says:

    At the beach it is all good….if the restaurants, bars and supersized bodies on the beach are any indicators, the economy is booming……

  6. I Miss the 90s says:

    $13billiom…whoever said that government funds can not stimulate economic growth?

    Those are only short term gains…although many of those who graduate will leave GA for areas with better economies and worker protections, it is still good news.

    • saltycracker says:

      For all the billions pumped into the universities something back is better than nothing – next step might be a cut of the casinos …..the more we throw in the more we get back, right?

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