Morning Reads–Great Like the Panthers

“Are you breathing?” is now a legitimate point of interest for a football team, since Georgia State enters its first year in FBS play…There might not be a win on the schedule, and that includes Samford. I don’t always watch football for the right reasons, and taking an interest in Georgia State in 2013 is downright evil.

“I’m also still going to watch, because you wouldn’t be watching college football if a small part of you didn’t crave at least a little evil. (And the very definition of evil is West Virginia getting to play Georgia State for 60 minutes of American football.)”

#Unstoppable #AllBlueAllIn #WireToWireNumber1

Wanda Jackson “Silver Threads and Golden Needles”


50 years ago today, the “March on Washington” took place. So much has changed for the better and so much has just changed.


  1. penguin says:

    No comment on the irony of entering a war on the anniversary of the country’s largest *non-violent* movement?

    • Scott65 says:

      Care to elaborate? Seems that the content was removed. I will say this. He is a disgusting excuse for a human being. Read Jay Bookman’s editorial in the AJC today if you want details. This man should resign as insurance commissioner. That he brags that he is obstructing the law, keeping people from getting affordable insurance who might qualify, denying insurance for pre-existing conditions is indefensible. He thinks ginning up the base bragging about this is smart? He is not fit for the office he holds

      • ricstewart says:

        It still shows up for me. Perhaps it’s his privacy settings.
        It’s a picture of him with two women holding signs that say “Honk if Obama sucks,” “No IRS, No Obama,” and “Impeach Obama Now.”

        Not scandalous, but beneath an elected official. Tacky and unbecoming.

  2. Noway says:

    Just read where China will send an unmanned probe to land on the Moon. Better late than never, Mao. Yawn…

  3. saltycracker says:

    MLK book:
    Believe it was an Oprah read

    Hellhound on His Trail: The Electrifying Account of the Largest Manhunt in American History
    Hampton Sides

    • saltycracker says:

      Edgar Award Nominee
      One of the Best Books of the Year: O, The Oprah Magazine, Time, The Washington Post, The Christian Science Monitor, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, San Francisco Chronicle

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