AM Rds. Tues, 2/12

Due to exceedingly technical difficulties, today’s Morning Reads are abrvtd.*

DeKalb CEO wants a peek at the findings,

Obama visit could mean silver linings.

Fulton to consider shutting three schools doors,

Fayette outdoes them, will likely close four.

Big building in Dunwoody for relocated Krystal,

Georgia Packing dot org keeping track of our pistols.

How Georgia could sip from the Tennessee River,

Governments find ways to stadiums deliver.

Tea Party PAC to change the ‘scape of the land,

Tea Party favorite tells Rove to pound sand.

This certainly ain’t YOUR grandmother’s pot,

A poll on Gov Deal? Let’s see what it’s got.

Milton County comes back –it’s never outdated,

That’s all for this edition of Morning Reads -*abbreviated


    • drjay says:

      although i have just learned that the parade in sav’h has been scuttled b/c of the weather…but still it’s georgia day!!!!! woo hoo!!!

  1. Max Power says:

    When can we stop talking about the Tennessee River? It’s never going to happen and all that nonsense about ceding Mississippi territory doesn’t make a bit of difference because those agreements stopped being operative back in 1861.

    • WeymanCWannamakerJr says:

      Forget about the old border thing. Divert the water from the Toccoa river instead. It becomes the Ocoee river on the the Tennessee side and eventually drains into the Tennessee river anyway. Hold their recreational use on the Ocoee hostage and deal from strength with the negotiating. If that doesn’t work then resort to the method employed since the dawn of mankind by the guy living upstream. Refer to the movie The Man Who Would Be King for that one.

  2. Ed says:

    Apropos of exactly nothing, just got a box of these Savannah Smiles Girl Scout Cookies… A+.

    They are now top tier along with Thin Mints and Samoas.

  3. Scott65 says:

    Ah, Jenny Beth…a tower of intellect. She is the best thing democrats could hope for…push ’em even further right. I guess wingnut isn’t quite it…they need to be a little to the right of Attila the Hun to not be “primaried”

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