Good morning, Nashville. We’ve gotta admit, we’re feeling pretty demoralized after Saturday’s Game Which Shall Not Be Named (the ‘Stache blames that missed delay of game call, but we’re not even sure that could have salvaged it) so we’re trying to look at the bright side–the Preds won and Steve Sullivan skated for the first time in almost two years. That’s something to be excited about right? Right?? There’s always next year, Titans fans.
- Governor and mayor vote early. Gov. Phil and Mayor Dean held a joint press conference this morning to ask Nashvillians to follow their lead and vote against both amendments on the special election ballot. A few dozen folks came out to show their support and thank them for the shout-out.
- Life’s great mysteries. Good news, East Nashvillians. Your crime rate is down for the seventh year in a row. Not that you’d know it by reading headlines!
- Bits & pieces. Supporters of English First have finally put out a radio ad and it’s real patriotic … We’ve got a brand new convention center on the way and no one has any idea who should run it … Jason Mumpower starts his new Republican Speaker of the House gig when the legislative session starts up tomorrow … Speaking of the legislative session, they’ll be talking about that whole wine-in-grocery-stores thing.
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