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From That Scion “The Atlanta Journal and Constitution”

….otherwise known as “The Atlanta Urinal and Constipation.” Advertisements

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Yes, the Boss Steps in the Middle of Things

Back last year I acquired a fairly large transportation industry company.  One element of the overall company is a separate wholly owned technology group.  One of my great pleasures during the first few weeks after acquisition was touring facilities and discovering … Continue reading

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Liberal Fundamentalism: The Liberal, Er, Un-God

Drafted from the pages of The American Thinker.   This article acutally defines the context held by one of my conservative neighbors.  This neighbor, while conservative, believes and adheres to the Liberal Creed in regards to race, i.e., society has caused black … Continue reading

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Some Unemployed; Some Welfare Moochers

When I was in grad school I had arrived at the student parking deck one morning hurrying along to make it to a class.  As usual for the time I had left home with a Pepsi One in hand.  Leaving … Continue reading

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9mm Effectiveness: Nine (Yes 9) Shots to Down Atlanta Robber

From the AJC: Police responded to a robbery call at 5:45 a.m. at the restaurant at 2425 Peachtree Road after an employee activated a silent alarm, said Atlanta police Maj. Keith Meadows.   An officer who responded confronted the suspect inside … Continue reading

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Ben Bernake’s Putter

I assume Mr. Bernake’s ‘Putter’ no longer stands.  Being the closet liberal that he is it must be a downgrade to him personally.  Being a well-educated man, I can only assume that he himself has finally arrived at a point where … Continue reading

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Update From the U.K.

Another interesting piece on Guardian: 2.53pm: My colleague James Ball had this on an e-petition that’s doing the rounds: A petition calling for anyone convicted of rioting in London to be stripped of benefits has amassed 69,000 signatures since its … Continue reading

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