Tag: #WPLongread

Talking About Legislature Limiting The Media, Greedy Vets, And FiveThirtyEight

So, this post will talk about three different things.  I mean, there are quite a few things happening in Alabama, a lot of them corrupt and wrong!  So, what happens when our […]

Sunday Discussion: Dog Hit By Car, Guns Pulled Out, And Cuss Words, Oh My

This is a post I wanted to write on Friday, after the events that took place on Thursday night, but I wanted to think about, and reflect some more about what I […]

My Thoughts About Gamergate, And Introducing The Geek Alabama Geeky/Nerdy Code Of Ethics

Gamergate, it is the one thing tearing the geek and nerd world apart. Gamergate got started in August 2014 when indie game developer Zoe Quinn’s ex-boyfriend alleged that Quinn had a romantic […]

An Open Letter To Tim Cook, Cliff Sims, Mike Hubbard, And The People In Alabama

This is going to be a long post, because there is a lot to talk about here in the State of Alabama.  And if this post makes me a targeted person in […]

Sunday Discussion: 10 Reasons Why The State Of Alabama Is In Deep Trouble

Ah, Alabama.  We care about our Alabama Crimson Tide and Auburn Tigers, but when it comes to government, we could care about squat.  While the state is successful when it comes to […]

The American Graduate Program / And My Experiences Being In School

On Saturday, since Alabama was not playing, and Auburn was playing an easy team, I found something that was interesting to watch, it was called American Graduate.  It was the third year […]

Nathan Young’s Timeline In The Social Security Disability Process

This post is in conduction with the AL.com series where they talk about people who are on Social Security Disability.  In their reporting, they profiled people in Gadsden/Anniston, which has some of […]

Sunday Discussion: Reflections On Nathan Young’s 28th Birthday

This is the 3,367th post on Geek Alabama, and I have put a lot of pride in every Geek Alabama post I have written.  I have written thousands of posts, taken thousands […]

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