Morning Reads — Thursday, November 14, 2013

On this day in 1776, Benjamin Franklin jumps on the rebellion bandwagon in the American Revolution.

We’ve got a heavy load of Peaches today.


Jimmy (and maybe Jason) Carter

Sweet Tea

Liberty Drum

And we’ll leave it at that.



    • Stefan says:

      They will reveal that the Braves will be an anchor tenant in a larger shopping complex and that the developer has agreed to carry some of the freight. None of this matters of course, because nobody is being realistic on costs so they can say whatever they want. Let’s see how much they say the Cheesecake Factory Bridge that Lee is lauding costs.

    • Stefan says:

      That’s not really a study, that’s an ad for payscale. Though I imagine anthropology majors can at least put their sadness in a historical context.

      But to your point, since they are college graduates, they are more likely to be liberal.

      • saltycracker says:

        🙂 and history majors can go to the dark side and head to law school…..

        Chasing a B.A. Took some anthropology for fun – the professors took great license with cultural interpretations …..should have gone to the dark side….

  1. Jon Lester says:

    My take on the death penalty is that it’s both unfairly meted, and absurdly expensive to the state. Even if sentencing were to become more consistent, we can’t go back to simply hanging or shooting the condemned, so we may as well not have it at all.

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