Monday, October 16, 2006
Doggone headlines
Sonny Perdue, the governor of Georgia, isn't happy with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. His complaint focuses on a headline from the recent Georgia-Tennessee football game, which read:

Dogs get put in their place

Even Bulldog fans admit that the headline made sense given the 51-33 score. The governor, however, took the time to write a letter to the AJC complaining of the paper's "poison pens." (Unfortunately, the letter and the response from the AJC's public editor are behind the barriers of required registration.)

There's no word yet on the governor's reaction to headlines from Georgia's most recent loss, this time to Vanderbilt.
posted by Andy Bechtel at 1:16 PM | Permalink |