Author Archive | Boohunney

Grace and Grit

My hero from Possum Trot, AL, Lilly Ledbetter, has published a book “Grace and Grit” chronicling her experience with her fight for equal pay at Goodyear Rubber and taking that fight to the Supreme Court.

She’s going on tour to discuss her book and her life.

I am going to pick up a copy today. I think it will be a good read for Women’s History Month.

Sports or Politics?

Long ride from Spruill County to Savannah. I’m kinda tired.

I have to get caught up tomorrow.

Sometimes I think they should just combine the Political and Sports pages.

Newt’s attorney sums it up. 

You’d think that they were talking SEC football. But, right of the dial politics here is just like that.

 

Justice, Jawja style…….

A woman testifying at a hearing in Lumpkin County, GA to determine whether a restraining order should be issued against a deputy she had accused of rape and assault with a handgun. wasn’t being very cooperative, possibly because she was having second thoughts about pursuing the charges. So, the judge pulls his pistol out from under his robe, offers it to her and says, “You might as well shoot your lawyer.”

The judge has since decided to step down from the bench. Here’s the story.

I mean, you just can’t make this stuff up!

March comes in like a lion….

 

A friend from Rome, Ga sent this to me. This photograph was taken during last night’s storm.

UPDATE: This is, as one reader pointed out, a picture of a volcano erupting in Chile from the National Geographic. I don’t know why people do this, but every time there’s a natural disaster, someone starts sending around fake.

UPDATE II: DANG! I got punked! Well, if one can’t laugh at one’s self, well who can you laugh at? I just looked at that and said, “That’s cool.”   **Giggle** You know, come to think about it, I DID think it WAS sort of FANTASTIC! tee hee! Thanks, Sandy! LOL! Regards, Boohunney

 

 

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