Dewey defeats Truman

On November 6, 2012 By

A simple reminder to all the press, bloggers, and opinionated people like myself. Nobody yet knows what is going to happen. If you haven’t voted, go do so.

 

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The media has given a great deal of attention to the spike in gun sales during the 2012 election cycle, but according to local retailers, other items have spiked as well. Just as the Republicans have rushed to purchase guns in fear of Obama’s gun-control policies, Democrats have purchased 2 x 4′s and 4 x [...]

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As pointed out by the Knoxville News Sentinel, Don Bosch, Judge Baumgartner’s attorney, made liberal use of other trial lawyer’s closing statements this past week. When questioned about the lack of original verbiage in the proceedings, Bosch simply stated that, “If the glove doesn’t fit, you must acquit.”

How this applies to the case at [...]

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In Lenoir City, feral hamsters are a growing problem that residents say must be dealt with. “It started in the 80′s, when the popularity of hamsters spiked,” states Lenoir City animal control representatives. “People would vacation in California and bring hamsters back with them, releasing them into the sewers as they tired of the little [...]

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On the heels of acquiring the Lucasfilm Ltd library, which includes Star Wars and Indiana Jones, Disney announced early this morning that they have also completed negotiations to gain control of Knoxville’s popular Live At Five At Four.

“It’s a natural fit to our collection of traditional animated characters,” says Disney. “Although we’ve recently expanded [...]

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A new study indicates that the Tennessee Valley is shedding water at an alarming rate.  If nothing is done to stop it, all water in the Tennessee Valley will soon enter the Tennessee River, the Ohio River, the Mississippi River, and finally the Gulf of Mexico, causing ocean levels to rise.  The study, funded by [...]

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It’s more than just talk. Chattanooga is to be renamed ‘Chatlanta’, becoming a suburb of Atlanta, GA. It all began with plans for Chattanooga to house Atlanta’s second airport. Now Chatlanta will house all the waste disposal facilities for both areas and have agreed to keep all the homeless in the greater Chatlanta area, making [...]

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Inspired by the efforts of Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett, we at Knoxpatch.com would like to organize our own cash mob.  Please send us as much money as you can, and we will gladly use it to benefit local businesses.  Especially pubs.

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