If Bob Dylan were to write “Idiot Wind” today, he might lament, “Someone’s got it in for me, they’re planting stories in their tweets / Whoever it is I wish they’d cut it out but when they will I can only guess.”
On a Side Note…
The accounts coming from Paris are horrific. Terrorists brought war to the streets of Paris.
As football season approaches, I thought it might be interesting to revisit some remarks new Atlanta Falcons Head Coach Dan Quinn made earlier this summer.
Museums are great places to find culture and learn about the past. Yet, they can be about so much more.
The Classic City is best known as the home of the University of Georgia, but it is also some to some great railfanning.
The Liberty Bell is recognizable the world over, but many of the “facts” surrounding the bell’s history are more fiction than fact.
Although the Peach State is home to some remarkable, world-class attractions, it is also home to some, shall we say, more whimsical sights to see.
Craft breweries continue to delight beer drinkers across the country, and the big guys are taking notice. Nowhere is that more apparent than in the south.
The Transportation Safety Administration’s (TSA) lackluster oversight of maintenance of its security equipment means “the safety of airline passengers and aircraft could be jeopardized.”
As a country, the United States has a compelling story. Built by settlers looking for a new start, religious groups looking to escape persecution and adventure-seekers looking for a new place to explore, the country grew from a series of independent colonies into a world power unlike any other this world has ever seen.