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School is back
As I sit on my front porch on East Second Street in Pass Christian I can instantly tell that school has started. All the cars (and school buses) are easily exceeding the 25 mph speed limit.
Someone once told me that mullet jump because that’s the only way they can take a bath. I realize now he was just pulling my leg. Or, maybe not!
Good article by Anita Lee on front page of Tuesday’s Sun Herald about the mysterious statues at Lighthouse Park. She could write a book on this subject. I wanted to keep reading and know more.
The Sun Herald article on Arthur Davis and his fabulous fried chicken place in Lorman, was phenomenal. This man is incredibly smart. Besides his abilities as a cook, he understands that the Civil War is history, not a fable, and he is making serious money from it. Instead of tearing down statues and “rewriting history” because some don’t like it, Davis is far beyond his contemporaries in common sense and intelligence. What a heartwarming story!
Editor’s note: The article on Arthur Davis’ fried chicken restaurant in Lorman was published by the Clarion-Ledger and printed by Sun Herald.
Conservatives are saying what a great job Trump is doing by the jobs numbers and the stock market. But none of them have ever given President Obama credit or acknowledgment for turning the economy around when he came into office, and we were on the verge of a depression. The jobs and success of the economy that Trump is getting credit for are on the policies that President Obama implemented. Trump has done nothing to be given praise for anything.
Thank heaven that common sense prevailed and the Nissan employees in Canton saw the big picture and voted down unionizing. With the average employee making $44 per hour (Sun Herald article), those wanting to unionize should thank their lucky stars that the union effort failed and that they have such high-paying jobs. Had the union won and been put in a position to strike for higher wage demands, those jobs could dry up just like the UAW caused them to dry up in Michigan. We need more Nissans in Mississippi, not more unions.
The Vieux Marche pigeons are pleased that Mayor FoFo Gilch is returning Howard Avenue to two-way traffic. In fact, they have decided to change their
name to the Howard Avenue pigeons, and are delighted that they will now be able to fly both ways above Howard Avenue rather than being restricted to a one-way flight pattern.
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