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When there is nothing funny to say

The Friday Photo June 19,2015 Jon Stewart got it right, again, last night. It is better than any photo I’ve got. The Huffington Post includes the video footage.  

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Bring your library card and your gun

Georgia’s Guns Everywhere law went into effect at 12:01 this morning. A few weeks ago I made some calls to businesses I frequent to find out if they would allow guns beginning today. A coffee shop I really like reacted … Continue reading

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At a glance, February 21, 2014

The Atlantic covers a Brookings Institute report on income inequality in 50 of America’s cities. Atlanta leads the list. Got water? Centerville resident Bill Ferguson says SB 213, the Flint River bill, isn’t a good idea. He explains why in … Continue reading

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