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I'm a Mid-South photojournalist, Kentucky writer and digital media consultant (or eNinja™). Circle me on Google Plus at, follow me on Twitter at @surattb and Instagram me at @BillySuratt. Got a news tip or suggestion about some journalism that needs committed? Email (discretion is always guaranteed).

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Kentucky court records now available online

| March 19, 2006 | Reply

Court records from all 120 Kentucky counties are now available online.

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CCDW photos and secretive county officials

| March 14, 2006 | 1 Reply

Kentucky State Police apparently not accepting digital photos for CCDW permits? “We have this rule, you see. We can’t prove it to you, just trust us.”

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Everybody Hates Chris (but I don’t!)

| March 13, 2006 | Reply

In the current wasteland of network television, quality sitcoms really stand out. Everybody Hates Chris is the only one I’ve found recently.

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NBC (Now Being Canceled) axing The West Wing

NBC (Now Being Canceled) axing The West Wing

| February 28, 2006 | 1 Reply

NBC execs are all stupid and continue running their once-great network into the ground. Or something like that.

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Imaginary State of the Union

| February 23, 2006 | Reply

This imaginary/alternate State of the Union address meme was sent around as an email forward in 2006. And it’s funny.

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Postal disservice

| February 19, 2006 | Reply

The United States Postal Service is making money but the federal government isn’t. Clearly, we can’t let this happen.

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Alas, poor First Amendment! I knew it, Horatio

| February 1, 2006 | Reply

“Peace Mom” Cindy Sheehan got herself thrown out of the Capitol. Capitol police said they’re sorry.

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A protocol lapse of nucular proportion

| January 26, 2006 | Reply

President George W. Bush’s snubbing of UPI White House reporter Helen Thomas, dame of the Washington press corps, is not cool.

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Always stupid decisions. ALWAYS

| January 25, 2006 | Reply

Walmart founder Sam Walton wanted all his company’s associates to be merchants, especially the managers. Now, they’re mostly just automatons.

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My Fellow Americans

| January 18, 2006 | Reply

I love My Fellow Americans, a 1996 political movie starring James Garner and Jack Lemmon.

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