Morning Reads for Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

Above: today in history;

Below, today in news:

National:

  • 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)

Georgia:

  • 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.

PS:

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.

 

 

11 comments

  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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