Post-Runoff Morning Reads

We have our ballot! 

The not-live live version of “Hard Luck Woman” from KISS. 


  1. xdog says:

    Boo on the foul territory story. Writing that baseball is ‘achingly boring to watch’ is a 3-base error.

    I do agree that batted balls are dangerous. You wouldn’t give a kid a sideline pass to a football game so why stick them in exposed areas? I’ve seen people in elite seats with new-born babies. That’s reckless.

    Still. Brian McCann hit a foul a few years ago that cost Luis Salazar an eye. Salazar was in the dugout at the time. Mike Coolbaugh was killed while coaching first when a screamer hit him in the neck and burst an artery. But injuries in the stands result mainly from people not paying attention. They’re either kids or otherwise too caught up in the baseball theme park experience. Watch the game.

  2. penguin says:

    The Businessweek article is interesting. It’d be pretty informative for actual Yankees, who don’t understand the dichotomy between Atlanta and the rest of the state. Though I’m still in the dark as to why the war is changing. Hasn’t it always been the case that Atlanta contributed the vast majority of the economic revenue? Did the state legislature stop looking “to starve Atlanta of funding for infrastructure and squash its liberal social policies.”? Or is it just a more businesses are moving ITP, so the rest of the state is going to have to learn to deal with it?

  3. S. Lee Guy says:

    I’m surprised to NOT see any frontpage mention of Jack Murphy’s drubbing last night. He lost by a 2 to 1 margin in Forsyth County after running a very ugly and muddy campaign.

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