I've got two finals early next week, so not much posting...and I've also got to carve time out for the BIG GAME. Toe meets leather at noon, eastern, at a soggy Sanford Stadium, and my Yellow Jackets are trying to snap a seven-year losing streak. Please, Paul Johnson, please. I was no Chan Gailey fan, so I'm hopeful today. At any rate, these Jackets are a lot of fun to watch, so no way am I studying while the game's on.
Meanwhile, here are some interesting reads...Amity Shlaes has a piece in WSJ, and WSJ also has a great piece on how immigrant kids understand Thanksgiving better, in many ways, than those of us lucky enough to be born here. I am so grateful for teachers who can give that gift to their students. Mark Steyn links to a hilarious bit about those poor drunk Brits in their high heels (thanks, Instapundit!). The Anchoress has some great places to do some unusual Christmas shopping. (That post is a little old but I keep coming back to it.)
And, finally, I bring you...the GTGs. Yes, the odds are good, but the goods are odd. Go Jackets...TO HELL WITH GEORGIA!!
UPDATE: 45-42. Paul Johnson, I love you.