Welcome to Monday Morning Reads: Where we give out noise-makers for free and the points don’t matter!
Judge to Governor Deal re: Dekalb School Board: “Not so fast my friend.”
On the General Assembly’s radar this week–ethics and justice reform. Some executives also want the General Assembly to help out the high tech industry.
Speaking of justice, are Georgia’s mandatory minimum sentences causing disparity in jail times?
Oscars? Who needs them! Not us in Hollywood South. You fellows ain’t getting nothing out of me! Except maybe my name, rank, and Social Security number: Wood, Hollis P., Lumberjack, Social Security 106-43-2185.
Hey, we’ve been in a drought. And this rain is crazy. But look at our rivers. Its flooding, maybe.
Emory President censured for slavery article.
By the way, we need to be killing folks on death row faster. We’re running out of the poison.
Did Arthur Blank attempt to burn down the Georgia Dome? Would have been a win-fall for somebody. Hold on Artie; we can still burn that sucker down. I’ll get some burlap bags for our feet. Let it come a good thunderstorm. Hey, it works in some counties.
Not to mix subjects, but the aforesaid acts would likely work in this county. You know, poaching stings and all. They likely have some good stills hid from the revenue boys too.
It’s time for Georgia to recommit to water plans, say some. I say we’re about to drown right now. Write this again next month.
Oh, and while I have this soap box: you do not need to rename the Eugene Talmadge Bridge. I understand the sentiment, but I also believe said sentiment is based largely on individuals ability to read only half of the history book.
And now, music, in honor of MC Hammer. I’m on my way to Tifton, ya’ll behave.
Added by Charlie: A couple of weeks ago Georgia lost doctor and author Ferroll Sams Jr. As is sometimes the case with strong and great couples, Georgia lost his wife, Dr. Helen Fletcher Sams, over the weekend. Dr. Ferroll and Dr. Helen were married for almost 65 years and were each true pillars of the community where I grew up. We are a better place for them having been here.