Gauntlet down: Georgia challenges Texas (carnival-wise, that is)

At Georgia on my Mind, elementaryhistoryteacher took my challenge to Texans as a challenge to historians in Georgia, too — “Battle of the State Blogs.” Oh, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to inspire with a locker-room speech.

It may take us a couple of months to get up to speed, of course, but this is the state that produced Molly Ivins, John Henry Faulk, J. Frank Dobie, Kent Biffle, and Dwight Eisenhower — not to mention Stevie Ray Vaughn.

C’mon Texans! Send in your blog entries: Fiesta de Tejas! Shooting to publish on April 2, no foolin’.

Easy submission form here, at the Blog Carnival.

2 Responses to Gauntlet down: Georgia challenges Texas (carnival-wise, that is)

  1. And Janis, PLEASE don’t forget Janis.

    BTW, is even mainline Texas starting to get a little sane, what with “Gov. GoodHair” supporting HPV Inoculation and the recent investigation into the ‘scandal-plagued’ juvenile justice system — see,1,1187968.story?ctrack=1&cset=true

    Maybe with the twin plagues of GWB and ‘AG the AG’ out of the state (and messing up the country, but that’s another story) things might be looking up a little. Sure, it’s a looooooong way to go, but any improvement is better than no improvement.


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