If you follow state politics in Georgia, you know InsiderAdvantage. The subscription-based news agency powered by Dick Pettys, the state's leading Kremlinologist, sometimes gives away its stories for free. Other times, you're confronted with a login screen.
On Sunday, they let slip one of the biggest untold stories of our time and posted a photo of Pettys from his days covering the Gold Dome in the 1970s. (Pettys is on the right.)
I'm just saying.
UPDATE: A closer look at "Pettys'" name tag raises more questions than it answers!
(Photo courtesy of InsiderAdvantage, Blatant photo illustration by Thomas Wheatley)
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