It’s Wednesday the 13th. Cue scary music. Today’s threat: Attack of the Killer Pollen. Seriously, I can barely breathe.
Newsflash: It’s not legal to run multi-state teen sex rings even in Virginia.
Calling Ace Ventura! Who will save Georgia’s bats from disease?
Ladies and Gentlemen, we have a budget. And it increased.
More on a story I posted about Monday–victory for right to internet in Georgia. It’s the 3,4479th Amendment, didn’t ya’ll know? We can’t let the series of tubes to get clogged.
Lawyers aren’t all bad. For instance, we’re collecting food for kids during the summer. Find a used car salesman that does that!
See any comets last night? I saw a guy who looked like Will Smith and then I realized I really shouldn’t use my cellphone on a plane when the pilot says to turn off all electronics. See what happened?
Georgia Tech responsible for creating jobs? I blame Brockway. Brockway for Senate. Everyone on the “Draft Buzz” bus.
What’s American Studies? I’m ashamed I had to remind myself we had a Coastal Georgia.
Likely a good idea. Concussions can be deadly and sometimes are difficult to diagnose. Where exactly is the intersection of personal responsibility and peer pressure? That seems to be the competing forces. Kids need to be responsible for their acts; but there is so much pressure from peers, schools, parents, coaches, etc, to “win the big one.”
Gingrey admits he was wrong on Akin. He’s running for Senate, fyi.
Taking out the trash. Sanitation company discriminates on the basis of gender.
Music, please. Until next time, this is Ron Daniels signing off.