Morning Roundup

This is the wonder of devotion / I see the torch we all must hold:

  • ÉAt a loss, we can only hope.

  • OK, moron going 40 mph in the fast lane of I-275 while yakking away on his cell phone, you're safe for now. "We think current driving laws give our law enforcement officers a lot of leeway," to ticket drivers who are being careless, said Doug Mannheimer, a lobbyist for Sprint. (Likely with a Borg-like Bluetooth earpiece snugly implanted in his ear canal.)

  • Not to be one-upped by the Wireless Lobby (see above), Big Liquor moves to limit consumer choices in Florida.

  • I knew this was a Deeson piece even before clicking on the link.

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