Chamblee54

Einstein Probably Didn’t Say

Posted in GSU photo archive, Weekly Notes by chamblee54 on April 24, 2017

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display of a link in this facility does not indicate approval of content ~ Quotation ascribed to Benjamin Franklin “We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid.” ~ Boy crushed to death at Atlanta revolving restaurant ~ Why Chelsea Handler Refuses to Stop Posing Topless ~ The Very Gay and Interesting History of the Almost Lost Tradition of the Sunday Tea Dance ~ Hugo Lit Series: Alexander Chee, Kirstin Valdez Quade, Mattilda Sycamore, and The Royal Oui ~ What cartoon character does the #6thdistrict look like? ~ “whats really fun about North Korea” ~ idk what North Korea thinks ~ eric clapton ~ Why the Yezidis of Iraq are still not safe ~ As L.A. Pride embraces anti-Trump resistance, advertisers head for the exit ~ Special election off to a rocky start for some voters ~ Charlie Parker Plays with Dizzy Gillespie in Only Footage Capturing the “Bird” in True Live Performance ~ Long-time Atlanta restaurant fails second health inspection in seven months One violation included rodent droppings in drawers with utensils, on prep top counters and on food contact surfaces. … Other health inspection violations included a spider crawling on a food slicer, ~ 10 Things Einstein Probably Didn’t Say ~ @realDonaldTrump Despite major outside money, FAKE media support and eleven Republican candidates, BIG “R” win with runoff in Georgia. Glad to be of help! ~ Georgia special election: one local penny for every $10 in national cash ~ How the Bible Belt lost God and found Trump ~ What is the problem between Russia and Chechnya? ~ results 6th district election ~ early christian texts ~ Baltimore homicide closure rate near 50 percent, but figure is complicated ~ wwdw podcast ~ Georgia state senator lets it slip: GOP gerrymandered Ossoff’s district to disenfranchise Black voters ~ The Heart of Whiteness: Ijeoma Oluo Interviews Rachel Dolezal, the White Woman Who Identifies as Black ~ GOP strategists: Georgia results are a wake-up call ~ Sanders on Clinton’s ‘I’m with her’ slogan: ‘It’s so phony’ ~ jolene ~ is that green ~ eli speaks eli lake logic ~ Richard Spencer’s Racist Little Secret ~ Conner Habib’s 10 Tips For Writers ~ handel the hot woman ~ Yikes! New Behind-the-Scenes Book Brutalizes the Clinton Campaign ~ Georgia Is Trying To Block Newly Registered Voters From Taking Part In Fierce Runoff Election ~ Can Legalizing Weed Fight Racism? ~ Caitlyn Jenner Took a Stand Against Donald Trump By Turning Down a Recent Invitation to Play Golf ~ ‘The Ideas Made It, But I Didn’t’ ~ @ShaunKing 7 people were killed by American police…YESTERDAY. That’s more people than police in most developed nations kill in an entire year ~ Killed By Police 2017 ~ Six People Killed By Police ~ DaRonald Wilkerson ~ The salacious 40-year history of Studio 54 ~ Trump at Studio 54 ~ Black Hair Discrimination Is Real—But Is It Against the Law? ~ @wordnik The word “haiku” translates from Japanese as “amusement sentence.” #NationalHaikuPoetryDay #NationalPoetryMonth ~ I just got a robo call, with Marco Rubio telling me to voter for “Justin” Hill #nevervotefore #6thdistrict ~ Mar-a-lago #anagrams as amoral gal ~ I just received another robo call for Judson HIll #nevervotefor #6thdistrict ~ the only haiku that was too long to fit on one line: Bread bread bread bread bread ~ Ham and cheese and ham and cheese ~ Bread bread bread bread bread ~ @SlavojTweezek Philosophy is, you know, the science through which profundity is conjured from bullshit. ~ @existentialcoms Nietzsche in a nutshell: God: dead. Morality: meaningless. Humans: idiots. Existence: suffering. Would I do it all again? You’re damn right. ~ often the word cosmic is misspelled it includes an s which does not belong there ~ @natsecHeather @dandrezner ~ have you checked your fifteen minute timer lately? ~ There is a problem with hashtags that glue words together. #sadbuttrue could either be sad but true, or sad butt rue. ~ Actually, she may be talking about her own parents. Karen Handel does not acknowledge her birth family. A few years ago, I was writing about her. I had to call her campaign to find out her maiden name. The person I talked to said no one had ever asked. How is that for family values? ~ @karenhandel is the Republican @HillaryClinton ~ My sense is that Mrs. Handel is the republican Hillary, and could not get elected dog catcher. She has the charm, and charisma, of a door knob. However, after the November election, and the super bowl, I am not taking any thing for granted. ~ also, calling Mr. Spencer a nazi is a joke… the third reich, for all their shortcomings, had some standards ~ I went for a walk to the Ashford Greenspace. About halfway down Tobey Road, somebody left a black plastic bag in the roadway. The bag contained dog waste. Somebody had run over the bag, and ground the contents into the pavement. ~ A few yards down on Skyland Drive, some Jon Ossoff campaign product was laying on the pavement. It had been attached to the outside of a mail box, and fallen into an ant hill. The ants were crawling over the rain damaged image of Jon Ossoff. ~ At the Skyland Drive entrance to the Greenspace, there is a trash can. It does not get emptied very often, but is still superior to having trash left on the path. A lime green plastic bag, containing dog waste, was sitting in the path. The bag was three feet away from the garbage can. ~ writing is a part of who you are not just something you do. writing well requires rhythm sacrifice reading. not writing is part of writing be a person who enjoys sitting. it’s not about being finished it’s about knowing when to stop and when to keep going. finish what you’ve started . you can do anything you want. style is a mood you generate out of yourself. don’t listen to anyone who tells you how to write. ~ In 1966, Republicans voted in the Democratic Gubernatorial runoff. They thought Lester Maddox would be the easier candidate to defeat in the General election. We know how that turned out. In the aftermath of that election, a rule was put in place. If you voted in the intitial primary, you chose democrat or republican. You must vote in the same party runoff, that you voted in the first time. With this sound principle in mind, I think the rule that you must be registered tor the initial primary, to vote in the runoff, is a sound one. ~ Is this what we have come to..spending saturday night discussing georgia politics on facebook? ~ @vornietom I honestly feel bad for the people on the Placebo March who thought they were at the Science March but double blind testing is important ~ I would look at the source, and remember some of the other bs stories they have peddled ~ pictures today are from “The Special Collections and Archives, Georgia State University Library”. Pictures of African American voters were taken 02-13-1946, and 06-03-1946, at Forest Avenue School ~ selah

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