PSA: The Socially Acceptable Drinking Time On A Friday Is Noon

And if you’re running for Mayor, even in Minneapolis, that time is….later than this guy:

Happy Friday. Enjoy it responsibly.  OPEN THREAD.

11 comments

  1. jyarber says:

    Well…this city IS in the state that elected Jesse Ventura as Governor, so stranger people have been elected to office there. Regardless, I’m glad he won’t go to the strip clubs…anymore.

  2. Harry says:

    Since this is OPEN THREAD

    Let’s hope the stadium deal holds up. The south site has tremendous symbolic appeal, being at the terminus of the railroads from which Atlanta grew, next to the Gulch which is the future transportation hub of the region, and right in the middle of MLK Blvd…our city’s symbol of reconciliation and unity. Who else better than Kasim Reed and Arthur Blank could have made it happen?

    • Dave Bearse says:

      It’s pretty clear it’s public money for private benefit when public funds are used to help replace a stadium with 10 years service life because a billionaire wants a new stadium. It will be proven should the stadium be built on the inferior north site because hundreds of millions of public funds didn’t merit use of eminent domain.

      Mayor Reed will lose this peon’s support if the stadium is built on the north site.

  3. Dave Bearse says:

    Johnny “up or down vote” Isakson flip-flopping on Syria would save himself grief by simply asking the Tea Party what it wants him to say before he says anything.

  4. saltycracker says:

    You get what you deserve…

    In related political announcements former candidate for Cherokee Co sheriff had this release by CCRP:

    Woodstock, Georgia September 9, 2013 – Corporal Nicole Ebbeskotte, former Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer, has announced her plans to qualify to run for the recently vacated Georgia Senate seat formerly held by Barry Loudermilk.,,,,,,,SD14

  5. Ellynn says:

    This will be a fun election to watch. No primary, no party support, open voting with a ranked voting system ( 1st , 2nd, and 3rd choice for each voter) and 35 candidates.

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