Morning Reads 11 November 2013

Armistice Day, Remembrance Day,Veterans Day. Whatever you call it, it is a reminder of the sacrifice that a few have made. Should you see a Veteran today, of any branch or nationality, say thanks or job well done. They did a tough job with little thought from many of the rest of us, it’s the least you can do.

Hopefully everyone enjoyed celebrating the birth of the United States Marine Corps yesterday and the hangover isn’t too bad. Though should you need it, go a head and grab a cup of coffee and some Advil. Here’s what else happened over the weekend.

Georgia

Required reading. Seriously, stop what you are doing and go read this.
Sam Olens’ thoughts on our water issues.
Columbus is now the second largest city in Georgia.
I don’t think calling them fish wrap gave you any help with these guys.
He’s on to something, but is the political will actually there?

SEC

Alabama v. LSU 38-17
Arkansas v. Ole’ Mississippi 24-34
Auburn v. Tennessee 55-23
Florida v. Vanderbilt 17-34
Georgia v. Appalachian State 45-6
Kentucky v. Missouri 17-48
Mississippi State v. Texas A&M 41-51

National International

North Carolina’s Health Exchange is off to a rocky start.
Someone get these guys a contract.
WRM’s week in review.
The Philippines got completely rocked by a super typhoon.
I would have chosen a different adjective, but I suppose this gets the point across.

Everything Else

As a conservative Catholic, I disagree but some others are feeling left out by Pope Francis.
College tuition is too damn high, or is it?
When can I sign up for clinical trials?

20 comments

            • Ellynn says:

              CNN started changing anchers months ago. They stopped hiring lower level producers, and then lowered the number of student level intents in Aug (CNN Atlanta uses alot of instate college students) . The producers noted in this piece were layed off Friday. The article was dated from Nov 8th. (three day old news).

              • Ed says:

                It had long been speculated when they hired Zucker that would happen (he specializes in longform, documentary-type stuff).

    • saltycracker says:

      Can’t wait for a CNN burst of reality TV. The potential in Georgia is tremendous from the tax incentives we’d offer CNN to the great supply of characters to follow around.

      The potential is so huge…the problem is where to start……

      Atlanta wives and fat kids are taken.

  1. Ellynn says:

    So their Catholic father figure is more interested in his children who might return to the Catholic family after being wicked and ignoring all the values and treasures their spitual family has given them. Who knows, maybe if they return, the Pope might throw a huge party for them, while the good and well behave Catholic children are ignored…

    If only there was something in the bible that could help explain this to the hurt and neglicted well behaved children… I don’t know, maybe something like Luke 15:11-32… possibly.

      • Ellynn says:

        The VERY well-behaved Catholics do…

        Plus if the conservative Catholic faithful can’t figure out what text I am refering to in the first paragraph, they have bigger issues…

    • Harry says:

      Jubilosos, jubilosos
      Vivamos en gracia puesto que se puede.
      Saciaremos, saciaremos
      La sed ardorosa del Rey que no muere.
      Jubilosos, jubilosos
      Llevemos a Cristo un alma y mil más.

      Difundiendo la luz que ilumina
      La gracia divina del gran ideal.
      Difundiendo la luz que ilumina
      La gracia divina del gran ideal.

      • Ellynn says:

        I am not familiar with this spanish song or saying. It translates into a nice set of verses.

        Also, You do know I am from a very Catholic family. Lots of priests, a few nuns, and a one bishop currently.

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