Mississippi Primary

Today’s Republican primary in Alabama and Mississippi seems to focus on a stereotype cemented from the movie “Deliverance.”

I’ve done some work at NASA’s Stennis Space Center in southern Mississippi.  When I say southern, Stennis is just a few miles north of Waveland and Bay St. Louis, which was ground zero for hurricane Katrina.  When you hear the phrase “it’s not rocket science” at Stennis it is rocket science.

Stennis was named for U.S. Senator John C. Stennis who represented Mississippi for over 40 years.  Stennis was a Democrat.



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12 responses to “Mississippi Primary

  1. Dr Dooty

    I used to have a customer there at Stennis and was on the property many times.

  2. Bad night for Mitt, good night for Barack

  3. Well doing my best to keep the medical-industrial complex (thanks to Dog for that turn of a phrase) running and well oiled, I’ll be going into the hospital tomorrow (the one I work at, which does feel a little weird, knowing the people I trained will be seeing me butt naked) for some quick surgery, hopefully I’ll be home tomorrow night.

    • dnd

      I’m guessing the people you trained aren’t looking forward to seeing you butt naked either 😉

      Good luck with the surgery tomorrow.

  4. Well I survived and have returned home.

  5. tempebev

    WordPress is being a pain. Can’t post directly. Have to go thru WP.
    Awesome article about men’s reproductive health, with parts I mentioned several days ago:

  6. tempebev

    Dr. Dooty – Happy Birthday on Monday.

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