The Daily Believer: 10.25.09

The Daily Believer is your daily dose of whAUtever, a dose that grows by the second, minute, hour, who knows. Maybe there’s something going on tonight at the Gnu’s Room. Maybe there’s a volleyball game. Maybe there’s some update to The War Eagle Reader you need to know about. Maybe last night’s episode of House referenced Bo. Maybe Pat Dye’s Pants have no reserve on eBay. In other words, we’re live-blogging Auburn – town, gown, idea – and we need your help. Are you putting on an event? A show? Let us know. Know about one? Let us know. Spot Chizik at Byrons? Let us know. Did you see that episode of House? Let us know. Write to [email protected].

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Sunday, October 24, 2009 [new posts at the top]

*** Damn…

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[JDH – 1:41 p.m]

*** Volleyball goes up against Miss. St. in 9 minutes at the Student Act. Soccer takes on Georgia an hour later (2:30 p.m). — [JDH – 1:21 p.m]

*** Squash your depression by picking out a pumpkin for Halloween this afternoon. Loachapoka’s Farmer in the Dell Pumpkin Patch is kind of awesome. Wait. They’re not open today. But they are open, from 3-6 p.m. (9-6 p.m. on Saturday), all next week. Just head down Hwy. 14. You see the city limit sign. You turn left at the Loachapoka High School sign right after that. You run into the patch.

Some AU coeds jack some lanterns last week at Farmer in the Dell Pumkin Patch in Loachapoka.
Some AU coeds jack some lanterns last week at Farmer in the Dell Pumkin Patch in Loachapoka.

Speaking of pumpkins, if all goes according to plan, Rebecah Boynton will give them all sorts of propers this week in her new column for TWER. Stay tuned. Also, on Friday, at Dudley Hall, the School of Architecture is holding it’s annual Pumpkin Carve. [JDH – 10:56 a.m.]

*** Jerry bounced his immediate, midnight impressions of yesterday’s debacle onto the tail end of his Game Day post – his Sunday Knee-Jerk is postponed til Monday; Kevin Strickland gives us this morning’s first in-depth-ish look at how hard and far we’ve fallen since Tennessee. It’s 52 degrees in Auburn. And breezy. Yellow leaves are falling. — [JDH – 10:42 a.m.]

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