Morning Reads for Friday, November 15, 2013

Here:
– As long as they don’t call it “The Earl,” I’m fine.
– Who says our growth is stagnant? Atlanta gets another area code.
– Gov. Deal plans 2015 DFACS spending. (Yes, it’s more.)
– Which is greater? PeachPundit’s unique page views per day or the number of Georgians who have applied for the (Un)ACA. If you picked the PP number, you’re right.

There:
Colorado’s (Un)ACA advertising reaches a new low. Really low.
– Ah, the ironical irony. A couple of weeks ago, Jimmy Carter called Obama’s competency into question. Now Obama’s been schooled on honoring commitments by Bubba himself.
– The NSA’s vendor of choice.
– Oh, my. Even the angry liberal’s model liberal is ragging on this administration.

Random Everywhere:
– Virus troubles at work? Look no further than the corner office
– If you like your holiday travel plans, you can keep them, because, well, you may be waiting a while.

12 comments

  1. Harry says:

    The redundancy of the Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium Authority is one less reason for Fulton to even exist other than as a jurisdictional entity for state purposes.

  2. View from Brookhaven says:

    “The EARL” is already taken by a fine establishment in East Atlanta.
    Why won’t you OTPers let us have anything?!

  3. saltycracker says:

    ITP vs. OTP:
    Any recent 285 related traffic studies on volumes on 75/85/20/400 on AM/PM flows ?

    Getting through Atlanta more people seem to be commuting from ITP to OTP in the A.M. and opposite in the P.M. or just going through.

    Driving feels like “where the jobs are going” is OTP.

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