Morning Reads for Friday, May 31, 2013

The Asteroid Edition.

Here:
– No matter where you’re going, you probably have to go through Atlanta to get there.
– This reminds me of the first class snobs in the Titanic lifeboats
– Rep. Regina Quick, R-Athens, appeals her grade on the Chamber’s latest scorecard.
Georgia banks improving. Finally.
– Who said print was dead? Congrats Blake Seitz. (Go Dawgs!)
Jim Galloway speculates on the next Georgia DemocraTIC Party Chairman.
– In the recent settlement for the Savannah Harbor deepening project, the Greenies get an out.
– Choking? Well, don’t hold your breath waiting for the US Surgeon General to help.
– Common Cause. Pot. Spoon. Stirring the pot again.

There:
– You have to pass it to see what’s in it.
More calls for AG Holder to step down.
– New guy at the FBI.
– Old man wanders away from home. Photographic evidence emerges.
– At least it wasn’t a shoe
Figures.
Figures, again.

Random Everywhere:
Summer discounts for the Georgia Aquarium.
– Check out these awesome barns!
Works at my house.
– Paranoid? You should be.
Only in Hollywood.
Best.Wedding.Picture.Ever.

10 comments

  1. sockpuppet says:

    The calls for Holder to resign won’t be meaningful until the Democrats start doing it.

  2. Ed says:

    I now literally facepalm IRL when people type “Democrat” in lieu of “Democratic” as if it were pejorative.

  3. Mrs. Adam Kornstein says:

    I’m in for pitchers of beer at Manuel’s mid July, and we can toast Berlon still being chair.

    The lame stream media ( thank you Sarah Palin) is all sorts of wildly incorrect that he; a)resigned-he did not B)listening to anyone but the voices in his head c) leaving before another round of whiney press conferences, DNC meetings and media statements.

    The current officers need to write a resignation letter for him on asbestos reflecting his immediate departure, hand him a pen, videotape him doing so, post it to DPG website, watch him clean out his office, change the locks and show him the damn door.

    But they won’t they’ll accept his excuses, “work with him” and hope for the best. In the end they’ll wonder why they did, after he screws them with their pants on.

    At least a dozen canaries had to die in the DPG coal mine in 15 months before Mayor Reed woke up to the fact Berlon and his toadies were in Reed’s way for his 2018 plans.

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