Monday, January 21, 2013

Party like it's Obama's 2nd term open line UPDATE

Posted By on Mon, Jan 21, 2013 at 4:20 PM

SITTING IN: Weary inaugural crowds, far removed from the speechmaking, sometimes took a rest on the plastic flooring put down on the Capitol mall to protect new turf.
  • Brian Chilson
  • SITTING IN: Weary inaugural attendees, far removed from the speechmaking, sometimes took a rest on the plastic flooring put down on the Capitol mall to protect new turf.

Slow day if you weren't in Washington, D.C. I'm leaving it up to you, as Dale and Grace once sang.

We might have some more from David Koon before long.

UPDATE: Brian Chilson is posting tons of photos on his Facebook page.

UPDATE II: Police announced this evening an arrest in a string of knifepoint robberies of convenience stores last weekend. You guess where they collared him:

Today at 5:00 p.m. officers took John Wesley Tillman into custody at the Exxon located at John Barrow and Colonel Glenn. He will be charged with 7 counts of Robbery, 6 counts of theft of property, 3 additional misdemeanor charges of theft and 1 count of possession of a controlled substance
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