Morning Reads for Tuesday, November 26th, 2013

November 26, 2013 8:45 am

by Stefan · 4 comments

On this day in 1922, King Tut’s tomb was first opened since he was entombed. Your Morning Reads after the jump:

 

Not Georgia:

  • How Do You Make Money Off Stolen Art? (Priceonomics)
  • Family Guy fans try to bring back Brian with petition start (ChicagoTribune)
  • GOP Internal Divide on Solar Power Fight (New Republic)
  • Accounting World, Still Resisting Sunlight (NY Times)
  • Do Americans think Washington’s to Blame? (The Atlantic)
  • How Republicans Rig the Game (Rolling Stone)
  • Will this be cancer’s swan song? (Esquire)
  • Saudi Arabia’s Prince Turki: ‘American policy has been wrong’ (Washington Post)
  • TV’s Crowning Moment of Awesome – (Esquire)
  • In New Zealand they use drones to hunt possum (TVNZ)

Georgia:

  • Death of Ria Pell is felt by many, sadness for days (CL, AJC)
  • Columbus’s welcoming committee almost hits for cycle, just needs to taze (WTVM)
  • School Boards on notice because of what Supreme Court says  (GPB)
  • Falcons stadium and communities part ways (AJC)
  • John Eaves is unaware of the lat lady singing cliches (AJC)
  • Middle Georgia may add to its national park array (Telegraph)

 

 

 

peachpundit (@peachpundit) November 26, 2013 at 8:45 am

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John Vestal November 26, 2013 at 9:47 am

Terry Kniess (“TV’s Crowning Moment….” Esquire article) was apparently the main on-air media urologist at Ch46 ’89-94, although my recollection of his stint is partly cloudy at best.

greencracker November 26, 2013 at 10:00 am

Thanks for the accounting article.

“They found that after the partners knew their names — and not just the name of their firms — were going to be disclosed, auditors were more likely to issue qualified opinions and less likely to sign off on audits with managed earnings.”

Accounting is so interesting and so riddled with fraud that is legal. I wish I could understand it better without, you know, having to study accounting.

Jon Lester November 26, 2013 at 10:35 am

Those comments at the Post are rightly rebuking Prince Turki’s entitlement mindset. Unsatisfactory as Obama’s foreign policy has been, it’s about time someone said no to Israel and the GCC member states, and I think voters want things to trend that way. Republicans would be wise to take note and remember.

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