how can i get in touch with mr. edwards? i am sure he would remember us kids and our grandmother
Me and my two sisters lived in cabbagetown in 1955 with our grandmother and we were taken from her and put in foster homes for 10 years. Does anyone remember Mrs Smith, we lived across the street from a little store, on brenean ave. right on the corner.Our names were Williams. would love to hear from someone who may still be around and remember us. Thanks!!
She should have a street named after her. I saw her in the 80'S when i worked at the Cheetah on P
Tatted and pierced just doesn't make it for me, but to each his own.
One thing you should know about Zak is, all of his tattoos are temporary. It takes3 1/2 hours for him to get ready everyday.
One think you should know about Zak is all his tattoos are temporary. It's a painstakining process that last over 3 and 1/2 hours everyday just to make sure the roses match. After that he is a pretty nice guy.
Nice! Self indulgence, yes.
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alumnae? You got the gender but not the number. You get half credit for that.
Congrats to the new group. It's hard being lusted after - the Gorgeous One would know.
RELEASE THE SNAKE!
An automatic French press!? Freaking' genius! Someone please get on this. Call the investors!
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Atlanta is such a great city. I went there last summer and spent the time visiting some friends. This list looks comprehensive, I must say I don't remember going to any of the places from the list. http://www.ncfurniture.com/LivingRoom.inc
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Née is feminine; the masculine is né.
Rather than mentee, the actual word is protegé.
Great place. The corner store had a ridiculously good beer selection. I enjoyed my "sodas" outside waiting to get in and was rewarded with one of the most memorable dining experiences i've had in a while. Everyone I ordered was delicious and unique. Places like this make me wish I lived in the city.
Can't wait to sample some Gin on my bike ride home.
@ Kiteless: I hate to burst your bubble but I am neither related to nor do I even have a remotely close personnel relation with Dr. Rad. The first time I ever met him was at a Tea Party sponsored event "Meet the Candidates" in Pickens County. I was quite impressed with his candidness and forthright statements on his position in regards to Health Care, gun violence, womens rights and equality in the workplace, the deficit, the economy and unemployment. In the same regard, when I first heard of Michelle Nunn's entry into the mix, I requested information about her position in regards to these same issues. I am still waiting for a response. Apparently you have information about her position on these matters that is not being circulated in the general public. Perhaps you would like to tell us what her position is on these matters. As you seem to support her, you must know her position on these matters. Right?
I am not a member of Dr. Rad's family, but one of Dr. Rad's MANY supporters. Dr. Rad attended the Moral Monday Georgia Planning Meeting last night, and, once again, showed that he is very much an advocate of Medicaid Expansion, etc. and a contributing member of the community, as well as a candidate for U. S. Senate. Dr. Rad's exciting advocacy style U. S. Senate candidacy is about to take a giant leap forward as the first Moral Monday (on Medicaid Expansion) occurs at the Georgia State Capitol on Monday, January 13th. I hope all who support Medicaid Expansion in Georgia, the Moral Monday-Georgia effort, and any and all of the Moral Monday theme issues will join us at the Capitol on January 13th and the following Mondays throughout the Winter. I also hope you will seriously consider supporting Dr. Rad for U.S. Senate (who, quite likely, will be the only Georgia U.S. Senate Candidate participating in Georgia Moral Mondays)! DrRadForSenate.com
lol @ Dr. Rad's family members disputing the article all within 30 minutes of each other. priceless.
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