Hit and Run Sunday -Al Goldstein, Maya Angelou, Ben Carson, Body Organs, GA Guns

Until further notice, a book (my choice) will be given away at the end of each session to the most insightful participant!


We're going to win Sunday. I guarantee it.  -Joe Namath



1. Should we shed any tears for Al Goldstein?

http://slate.me/1oPUThv

http://bit.ly/1ixU6gn      (NSFW)


2.  Your bird did what?  What did Maya Angelou contribute to the world then and now and did it matter?

http://bit.ly/1k11Dtr

http://bit.ly/1oKNOPq

http://bit.ly/1kPOsuh


3. Why can't I sell my pancreas? it's my body dammit!

http://bit.ly/1jz2EmH

http://cnn.it/1kswoH9.

http://bit.ly/1mSjmCa

http://bit.ly/1tv8efo

http://bit.ly/U1B2C3



4.  Is Ben Carson a breath of fresh air or a wolf in sheep's clothing?

http://thebea.st/1hEka9l

http://fxn.ws/1lXLZj9

http://bv.ms/1kV5GrP


5.  I can't take my AK-47 into this GA church because WHY?

http://bit.ly/1ixPcQy

http://wapo.st/1rlXCAp

http://n.pr/TwIwvN


If attending, PLEASE read all of the above for context and to be further educated.   








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  • Same

    Really terrific and open discussion- thanks all that shared

    1 · July 7

  • Steve

    Thank you for your kind words. Without you I'd be talking to myself...all the time.

    1 · July 7

  • Tom B.

    This was the first Hit and Run session I've gone to and it was Aces! The variety of topics kept things interesting. And passionate opinions on both sides of issues put the Controversial back in the Controversial Topic Meetup Group. Special thanks to Steve for keeping the discussion moving with thought-provoking questions. And making sure that all members of the group had a chance to contribute. 10 Thumbs Up!

    1 · July 6

    • Susan

      I say ditto to everything Tom has stated. It was a fun, vibrant, exciting meetup discussion. I loved it....and, Alison and I do agree on a lot of other issues, esp. the over indulgence, a.k.a. addiction of people on their smart phones. :-) Nice to be able to fervently disagree with another on any particular subject, and still be able to be friends with that particular person. I totally respect a person who is not necessarily swayed by other's opinions. Although it is nice, to know that people are also open to changing their minds on a subject, after hearing other people's point of views. I consider myself to be able to do both. Big Thanks to Steve, again, for always coming up with wonderful topics, and for being a great organizer/moderator/etc.­ etc.

      July 7

  • Same

    Quite interesting

    1 · July 7

  • Steve

    Nanny state loses!!!! http://nyti.ms/1yRb1VI

    June 26

  • Steve

    Was Maya Angelou the GRANDMOTHER of Hip Hop? http://bit.ly/1hMF8Tr

    June 3

  • Steve

    NEW ARTICLE! Local businesses say 'no' to GA gun law. http://bit.ly/1mJkXJ7

    June 2

  • Steve

    "Jealousy in romance is like salt in food. A little can embrace the savor, but too much can soil the pleasure and, under certain circumstances, can be life-threatening"-Maya Angelou

    June 1

  • Steph

    I'm so glad you scheduled another!

    May 30

  • Tiffany

    I'm interested to see where this goes.

    May 30

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