At the time of me writing this, it looks like the government is going to shut down, but here’s what else happened over the weekend.
And to steal from Jessica and Stefan: On this day in history in 1791 The National Constituent Assembly in Paris was dissolved and Parisians hail Maximilien Robespierre as “incorruptible patriots.” Only to execute him a little less than three years later for being a corrupt tyrant.
Senate committee heads to Savannah to study the Georgia music industry.
Things I did not know: Savannah has a Film Office. Also the Director of that office has been fired.
GDOT no longer sees the I-75 I-16 interchange as a priority project.
How does a local sheriff spend that much?
Peach Pundit was a part of the #TravOnGameDay campaign and the good news was that Travis and his family were behind the scenes in Athens. Rumor has it, Travis even thanked Lee Corso for picking LSU.
More Korean cars? Maybe.
Alabama v Ole Miss 25-0
Arkansas v. Texas A&M 33-45
Florida v. Kentucky 24-7
Georgia v. LSU 44-45
Missouri v Arkansas St. 41-19
South Carolina v. UCF 28-25
Tennessee v. South Alabama 31-24
Vanderbilt v. UAB 52-24
Who’s driving the debate when it comes to the shutdown?
BP is back in court for the second part of it’s oil spill saga.
What the Taliban is really scared of, and Harvard honored her.
Some how Berlusconi is still causing problems.
Remember, Kashmir isn’t a sweater.