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Tales From The Pigpile

We spot him on the front porch of his house on Foust Street before he spots us, which is kind of surprising since we are very distinctly dressed as “cops” and he is a thief and a robber with three felony warrants out for his arrest.

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Why Electric Cars Suck

Electrics are slowly gaining a foothold, but there are still only about 250,000 of them on the American roads. That’s a fair number of cars. But GM started making its first commercially available electric car, the EV1, in 1996. more »

Sep 18, 2014 Air Bag

Mementos Mori

I held a chilled crystal glass in my left hand while my right index finger traced the spines of a dozen books on a shelf just above my head, and I smiled to myself. more »

Sep 11, 2014 On The Beat

They Didn’t Have to Die

Dead fish. This smelly proposition mixed with raw sewage was offered up to us in South Chickamauga Creek near Shallowford Road on Aug. 14. For the next two days, downstream over two miles ... more »

Sep 11, 2014 Shades of Green

Sleep of the Civil Servant

Sleep. I’ve spent a sizeable amount of my career on midnight shift, and of all the excitement, all the different things I’ve seen and done, that is the one word that comes to mind. more »

Sep 4, 2014 On The Beat

Scientific Theory: It’s Not Just A Guess, Folks

Maybe you haven’t noticed, but during the last few decades, a large number of Americans have become decidedly anti-science. This is ironic, given that the technology science has created ... more »

Sep 4, 2014 Just A Theory

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