Morning Reads from Ed

Just so everyone knows: we have had more precipitation and more rainy days in the past 30 days than London, England has had this summer.

Tomorrow is a Holy Day of Obligation for you Papists.

Maybe the People would be the Times or Between Clark and Hilldale by Love. 

Hello…… Carol. (A prize will be awarded to the first person who gets that reference.)

23 comments

    • Ed says:

      I was going to link to “Crystal Blue Persuasion” but thought it might be cliche… and tight, tight TIGHT!

  1. Jas says:

    Forever Changes is a great, great album.

    Alone Again (Or) is probably one of my Top 10 tunes of all time.

  2. saltycracker says:

    Chief Osceola and the Seminoles are exciting symbols.
    An unwashed p.c. crowd tried to change that until the bona fide Seminole Nation rose up and chopped.

  3. saltycracker says:

    If you live or have a second home in places you love, you only want get on a favorite list when it is time to sell.

  4. Stefan says:

    Those stories covering the dismissal of one of the discrimination counts against Paula Deen have produced some of the most misleading headlines of the year.

    Not great work, 4th estate.

    • Lea Thrace says:

      Yeah. That has been bothering me these last couple of days.

      She didnt “win” the suit. The judge tossed it because the woman who brought it was not the target of the discrimination. Most articles are glossing over that fact. The discrimination likely happened. Lisa Jackson just cant sue for it. Also, the sex harrassment part is still ongoing.

  5. Ellynn says:

    Ms. Dean still faces sexual harsment and employee discrimination charges. She also turned down a settlement with Ms. Jackson, so Paula is still headed to court.

  6. penguin says:

    That article on the ACA makes some good points, but is just horrendously written. Also, it misses a key point that Commissioner Hudgens has no idea what he is talking about, and is doing his best to make sure everyone hates the ACA, regardless of any reality. This is particularly and painfully true, since Commissioner Hudgens will volunteer to anyone and repeatedly that he doesn’t actually know what is in the ACA. But hey, it’s not like people’s health insurance coverage is important or part of his job..

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