Here are a few things for the mix besides Ole Miss Football (YUCK!)

Like Dylan Favre signing with State perhaps? Or a link to the LA Times courtesy of Editilla as we welcome more folks to the FEMA map party along the with accompanying NFIP implications? Or my personal favorite in making good on my promise to insurance defense hoes H Scot Spragins and his sidekick Lucky Tucker to make them famous worldwide? Yep that is right guys (and as Nowdy will attest) many Laurel and Hardy web searches land on our pages each day. Care to guess where? LMAO!!!!!

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Oh yeah I ain’t done with Kingsway Financial Services, not by a long shot.

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Meantime in Poplarville Last Night

Dylan Favre broke the state high school passing TD record while two of his receivers went over 1,000 receiving yards for the season in last night’s win over Poplarville.  As I’ve said on this blog before, watching young Favre play is well worth the $5 admission. Congrats to Dylan and the Rocks for another successful season and of course we wish them much luck in the state playoffs.

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Debate? What Debate? Favre Throws 6 TDs

21 of 23, 390 yards and 6 TDs. Long Beach is down on their luck this year but Dylan Favre was simply masterful.

Debates are for DVR’s. McCain did well but I thought Obama did better. With due respect to Andy Taggert, whom I seriously doubt is middle class, I think the proof is in the numbers whom the majority of the voters thought did the best.

TPM has the internals of the CNN poll of debate-watchers, which had Obama winning overall by a margin of 51-38. The poll suggests that Obama is opening up a gap on connectedness, while closing a gap on readiness.

Specifically, by a 62-32 margin, voters thought that Obama was “more in touch with the needs and problems of people like you”. This is a gap that has no doubt grown because of the financial crisis of recent days. But it also grew because Obama was actually speaking to middle class voters. Per the transcript, McCain never once mentioned the phrase “middle class” (Obama did so three times). And Obama’s eye contact was directly with the camera, i.e. the voters at home. McCain seemed to be speaking literally to the people in the room in Mississippi, but figuratively to the punditry. It is no surprise that a small majority of pundits seemed to have thought that McCain won, even when the polls indicated otherwise; the pundits were his target audience. Continue reading “Debate? What Debate? Favre Throws 6 TDs”