Today should be a national holiday. Pretend it is and go vote. Then go back to work.
Your loyal Peach Pundit Front Page staff are taking the airwaves by storm today.
Charlie and the 300 (Jessica and Nathan, I think) will be Peach Pundit Radio with Sully on WGST from 12-1
Mike will be on the radio with Tim on 106.7 from 9-10, then Ed joins Tim from 10-11.
Charlie will rock the 11Alive stage from 7-midnight, with accompaniment from Stefan from 7-7:30.
Buzz and Stefan go NATIONAL at 8 PM and stay with you until 2 in the morning, covering not just Georgia, but all the Senate, Governor, and targeted House races across the country for Gannett’s internet broadcast, which can be viewed here on USAToday or any one of Gannett’s 400 websites.
The 11 Alive link should appear as a new post around 6:30 this evening. Make sure you stick around to check that out.
I assume you will be listening/watching all of the above, so here’s some non-Georgia, non-politics to whet the palate.
- Candy: The next battle in America’s health war? (Washington Post)
- When island nations drown, who owns their seas? (Boston Globe)
- Soak the Rich: An exchange on capital, debt, and the future (The Baffler)
- Walter Mischel, The Marshallow Test, and Self-Control (New Yorker)
- The Great Paper Caper: Adventures of the World’s Greatest Counterfeiter (GQ)
- Frank Serpico: The Police Are Still Out of Control – I Should Know. (Politico)
- Pipino: Gentleman Thief — Magicians, Mafiosos, a Missing Painting, and the Heist of a Lifetime (Medium)
- The Three Breakthroughs That Have Finally Unleashed AI on the World (Wired)
- Every Romantic Comedy Is Actually a Story About Money: How romantic comedies shifted from the tux-wearing 1%, to the Meg-Ryan yuppie, to the hipster poverty line. (Medium)