Anderson is going to love this one.
This was in the Chittenango, New York may have been in a newspaper’s sports section this morning. From Shannon Lovejoy on Facebook.
Update: I wondered about the cut off masthead, which should have been a big read flag. When someone goof on Facebook tried to foist this off […]
Day before yesterday, Alan Lange at YallPolitics noted that the M-Club was offering tours of the Scruggs home for $30 this weekend. He posted a sccan of a flier describing the tour and a link (now expired) where you could register for that part of the event. The post stated the opinions that this […]
In today’s Daily Mississippian, the opinion editor, Tim Abram, meditates on why it would be that his college classmates who are in the Kappa Alpha fraternity might think it’s a good idea to travel to St. Joseph Plantation, where parts of 12 Years a Slave were filmed, to have themselves an Old South Ball, celebrating the “values” of […]
The Cardinals have been owed a weird umpire call at least since game 6 of the 1985 World Series, right? (And, sorry Red Sox fans, the way the third baseman kicked up his legs was obstruction. See below).
Here’s the rule and comment:
OBSTRUCTION is the act of a fielder who, while not in […]
With Neil Young and Crazy Horse on tour again, I was remembering one of the first real concerts I ever saw: B.B. King and Crazy Horse at Tad Smith at Ole Miss circa 1972. I posted about it on Facebook, and asked who might remember it and got nothing (I’m still waiting to […]
and so is Will Farrell
Ole Miss has announced that they are opening the stadium early Saturday because they are going to be making extra special efforts to assure–
The Clarion Ledger reports:
Mississippi State fans trying to smuggle a forbidden cowbell into Vaught-Hemingway Stadium before the Egg Bowl this weekend […]
I was not-quite seven years old the night of the Meredith riot. It was warm enough that the windows at my parent’s house were open. We lived on Eagle Springs Road, which goes up the tallest hill on the north side of town; the bottom for Toby Tuby Creek runs between that hill and […]
The Daily Mississippian ran this letter today, signed by Christopher Schultz:
An open letter to Henry’s friends:
Or maybe you’re not Henry’s friends. Friends would’ve sent Henry home, or at least shut him up, on Saturday night, when he shouted “nigger” off the bridge near the Ford Center at some people below. Instead, you […]
Josh Morse, who was dean of the Ole Miss Law School from 1964 to 1969, died recently. From his obituary in Tallahassee, where he was dean of Florida State’s law school from 1969 to 1980:
Morse was born March 1, 1923. A native of Poplarville, Mississippi, his college education at the University of Mississippi […]