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Sunday, January 12, 2014

First Slice 1/12/14: Visit Cape Town! And Dar es Salaam! And... Downtown?

National Center for Civil and Human Rights, currently under construction in Downtown, cited as one reason to visit our little ole hamlet
Y'all, we're famous! The New York Times says Downtown's one of the 52 places in the world to visit in 2014! We're all gonna be rich! And popular!

That proposed law allowing college students to carry guns on campus and in their dorms? The overwhelming majority of respondents in an AJC poll says they oppose the measure. State lawmakers, who tomorrow will kick off the annual 40-day legislative session tomorrow, responded by covering their ears with their hands and running away screaming gibberish.

DeKalb County Police on Friday announced the seizure of more than $128 million worth of cocaine, meth, and marijuana, which they proceeded to stack on a table, like bricks, for the world to see. Were yours among them, hmmmmmm?

Add the Southern Christian Leadership Conference to the list of people and organizations who think a state of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. should stand outside the Gold Dome.

For the third day in a row, more than 300,000 West Virginians were told not to use their tap water after approximately 7,500 gallons of a chemical used in coal processing leaked from a factory and seeped into the Elk River.

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