Morning Reads for Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

Above: today in history;

Below, today in news:


  • We are all Slaves to the Math (Intelligent Life)
  • Japan isn’t a cautionary tale, it’s the path (Opinionator)
  • “Happy Birthday” owners get sued for being less than snugly (ArsTechnica)
  • When The Beautiful Game Turns Ugly (ESPN)
  • About Glass-Steagall, FDR was less than thrilled (Echoes)
  • How mortgage servicers are hampering Moore, Oklahoma’s attempts to rebuild (New Republic)
  • How Kodak was bankrupted by its own invention (Medium)
  • Newtown survivors demand your attention (CNN)
  • The relationship between Laughter and the Brain (The American Scholar)
  • Resolving Physics’ paradoxes before they drive you insane (aeon)


  • SCOTUS decision against Arizona has import for this state (AJC)
  • Lack of Dems in Congressional Races means there won’t be a full slate (AJC-Galloway)
  • Macon-Bibb election changes cause disclosure derision (MaconTelegraph)
  • as their attorney urges the Justice Department to make a decision (GPB)
  • Savannah won’t release results of cruise ships will anchor  (SMN)
  • Paul Broun wants to pick the nation’s lingua franca  (FresnoBee)
  • and he wants “a double fence high enough to make sure it’s secure” (Businessweek)
  • and outlaw human catapults and airplanes just to be sure.


For those that can’t get enough, I’ll be on HLN at noon,

and the Peach Pundit BBQ tour’s next stop is very soon.




  1. saltycracker says:

    Double fencing = opportunity – was working with my yard guy on a joint venture along the border.
    Mobile Catapult in bubble wrap concessions but the border guards wouldn’t move off $2k @.
    Lots of ideas on You Tube.

  2. saltycracker says:

    So many interesting links, so little time.
    There is no mathematical formula explaining unconditional love or free will…..yet.

  3. Lea Thrace says:

    Was the site down yesterday? Anybody else get gateway timeout errors while trying access PP yesterday? Trying to figure out if the issue was on my end.

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