Morning Reads for Thursday, January 17

Winter Storm Watch for North Georgia. Affected area is North of a line from Carrollton to Atlanta to Jefferson.

Video: SUGA DADDIES at GSU.  A quite viable option for 2.0 students…






  1. Ed says:

    A few quick thoughts that I will revisit later.

    “One of my girlfriends posted” would this have been on Facebook?

    Is Teo the stupidest or worst person in college football in…well…a very long time.

    The methodology used that finds GSU the #1 school for sugar babies is highly flawed.

    Bobinski’s hiring is good news. More and more Polaks are taking over Atlanta. Now we just need to figure out how to screw in light bulbs.

  2. Bob Loblaw says:

    Great lineup of stories today, Bridget. On the funny side, there’s the dental office employee. The not-so-funny side? The Houston Co. drug bust. Horrible to see so many young 20’s arrested for meth of all things. Didn’t they see the pictures of those people you put on here with their faces distorted? Maybe getting locked up will shake them up. Good for Houston Co. & Warner Robins for getting serious about meth.

    Once critique: anything Kim Kardashian belongs in the “whatevs”. Thanks.

  3. Dave Bearse says:

    Is my recollection fuzzy, or did TIA / T-SPLOST train wreck and the stop-gap bed tax came out of the Dome when Cagle was last running the Senate?

  4. Noway says:

    The dog fighting story is horrid. Imagine having a special dog you might have had in your childhood or even in your life now, mistreated and forced into this savage type of situation. Imagine the fear they feel. The people that subject animals to this type of unspeakable treatment should be thrown into the pit with the fighting animals and meet their own deserved fate. They are sub-human pieces of s**t.

  5. The Last Democrat in Georgia says:

    “-For Last Democrat in Georgia: Talking To Yourself Makes You Smarter”

    …COOL! Now if I could only convert talking to myself into actual monetary currency, I’d be all set 🙂

    BTW, great work on the news today, Bridget.

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