It’s the last Friday of 2013, and also the third day of Christmas. That means today is the Feast of Saint John the Evangelist and Apostle. With Obi’s Sister still out of pocket, and not wanting Ed to do three morning reads in one week, I was asked to return from my Christmas break to entertain you. Thanks, Charlie.
If you bought a ticket on Delta yesterday, you might have gotten a good deal.
Should Georgia Medicaid recipients be required to pay for some of their care? Josh McKoon thinks so. Let’s see if he gets pilloried the way Jack Kingston did for suggesting students shouldn’t get a free lunch.
Bryan County will ask the state if it can have its own TSPLOST.
Gwinnett paramedics respond after a 911 call about someone hanging from the roof while putting up Christmas decorations.
The Dawgs make a young fan’s dream come true.
In Utah, Boy Scouts deliver pizza to gay couples waiting to marry.
Carlos Danger Anthony Weiner planning a comeback (again) in 2014?
Glow in the Dark sidewalks are being installed in the UK. Cue the Agenda 21 protesters.
Mitt Romney is named Man of the Year.
How Waffle House Explains the GOP.
If you’re getting tired of your Christmas house guests, here are ten ways to get rid of them.
How not to give a campaign speech.
Texas A&M is planning on wearing special uniforms for Tuesday’s Chick-Fil-A bowl.
That’s it. Eric will be back with the morning reads on Monday if he’s not too tired from celebrating the Feast of the Holy Family. And I will probably be filling in for Ed’s Morning Reads during part of February. Happy New Year.