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Comment Archives: stories: News & Views: Cover Story

Re: “Losing Hanna, Part II

My mother had been diagnosed of Hepatitis B disease 3 years ago. She had been using the interferon therapy (Peg-interferon + Ribavirin) which adversely affected her hemoglobin level as she is also thalassemic (a side effect of using the interferon therapy). Luckily after stopping the treatment.

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Posted by James Robinson on 06/30/2016 at 9:47 PM

Re: “Losing Hanna, Part II

I was diagnosed of hepatitis B in 2011 and I have tried all possible means to get cure but all to no avail, until i saw a post in a health form about a herbal doctor from South Africa who prepare herbal medicine to cure all kind of diseases including pancreatitis, at first i doubted if it was real but decided to give it a try, when i contact this herbal doctor via his email, he prepared an herbal medicine and sent it to me via courier service, when i received this herbal medicine, he gave me step by instructions on how to apply it, when i applied it as instructed, i was cured of this deadly disease within 6 days, I am now free from the deadly disease, my digestive system is now working perfectly, i no longer feel all the horrible pains. Contact this great herbal doctor via his email: healthmedlab401@gmail.com

Posted by James Robinson on 06/30/2016 at 9:47 PM

Re: “Metro Atlanta’s arcade underground

I used to love the 2001 arcade at the Gallieria. They had arcade games, ten Apple IIe computers you could pay $2/hour to play on, and a restaurant onsite where you ordered your food using a phone at each table. If you were kicking butt playing on an Apple they'd put your game up on a big movie screen. Those were awesome days.

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Posted by Paul W. Cashman on 06/30/2016 at 1:52 AM

Re: “Metro Atlanta’s arcade underground

The Tilt at Perimeter Mall was the shit. Before all the nerds took over.

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Posted by Stan Gable on 06/29/2016 at 1:24 PM

Re: “Metro Atlanta’s arcade underground

Good call on Challenges, and the arcade at South DeKalb Mall was amazing as well.

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Posted by Initial D on 06/25/2016 at 9:50 PM

Re: “Metro Atlanta’s arcade underground

Challenges @ North Dekalb was the spot back in the day.

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Posted by WrastlinWarRoom on 06/24/2016 at 3:56 PM

Re: “Metro Atlanta’s arcade underground

I missed it ... and they had a Whirlwind machine, too. I'm so very sad.

That was the pinball machine that probably cost me my spring semester grades as a college freshman.

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Posted by George Chidi on 06/24/2016 at 2:35 PM

Re: “Metro Atlanta’s arcade underground

@Kevin Feltner: Fixed. Thanks!

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Posted by Debbie Michaud on 06/23/2016 at 12:19 PM

Re: “Metro Atlanta’s arcade underground

Great article, nicely written. I really wish there was a business model for arcades or barcades that worked in Georgia. Its embarassing that such a great town is such a gaming desert.

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Posted by Pinball Nut on 06/23/2016 at 12:08 PM

Re: “Metro Atlanta’s arcade underground

Hey... that's not a Super Mario Bros. cabinet. It is just Mario Bros. :P

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Posted by Kevin Feltner on 06/23/2016 at 11:20 AM

Re: “Metro Atlanta’s arcade underground

Please stop putting GIFs in articles. It is very distracting and makes it very difficult to read the words next to the GIFs. This is a bad trend, and just that, a trend. Please don't.

6 likes, 16 dislikes
Posted by k1down on 06/23/2016 at 9:08 AM

Re: “Urban dirt biking is illegal and it’s rising in popularity

Absolutely fuck these trashy fucks. Get the fuck off the road with your 'off-road' vehicles you stupid fucks. You low lives took up all the lanes on 400 the other day doing your stupid fucking stunts, ii'll laugh the day comes that some redneck runs over each and every one of you fucking low lives.

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Posted by Kasey Whale on 06/21/2016 at 9:07 PM

Re: “A Q&A with Mike King, author of ‘A Spirit of Charity’

Sure Broch, anecdote is always better than fact, especially that kind of anecdote.

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Posted by cityzen on 06/12/2016 at 12:07 PM

Re: “A Q&A with Mike King, author of ‘A Spirit of Charity’

@ cityzen
I have plenty of cousins in the UK who tell me how well NHS works, a much better source than you chose for your lecture.
None of my cousins are wealthy but they all scrimp to purchase private health insurance to provide care beyond the NHS minimum. They pray this private insurance eill extend their lives.
NHS costs are soaring out of control and quality of service is declining, in part due to unfettered immigration, similar to this country.

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Posted by Burroughston Broch on 06/12/2016 at 11:51 AM

Re: “A Q&A with Mike King, author of ‘A Spirit of Charity’

Broch, Here's some education on the NHS for you. Brits pay less than half what Americans pay for health and Brits get health care for everyone. Life expectancy is the same in the UK and US. Nobody in the UK suffers personal bankruptcy over healthcare and nobody gets an avalanche of bills after a health care episode.

One reason the NHS costs so much less than the US approach is that it eliminates the entire industry of insurance, billing for services, dunning patients, etc., as well as the ludicrous marketing of hospitals and doctors. That way, the money all goes on doctors, nurses and hospitals. Incentives to over-treat and over-test and defraud are absent. And drugs and procedures that are priced way higher than benefit are not paid for. The rich can opt to pay for anything they want in private hospitals, of course. Surgeons do not make millions, but make a good living.

Health care innovation and aging population create inexorable upward pressure on health costs everywhere and the NHS is not immune. As everywhere else, the Brits want more health provision but don't want to pay for it, which is why it will always be a political hot potato. The NHS remains the most cost-effective health system in the world.

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Posted by cityzen on 06/12/2016 at 10:42 AM

Re: “Georgia’s broken mental-health system

"But even these patients are one unlucky break away from trouble. Something as random as an argument with a family member, a late Social Security check, an arrest for disorderly conduct, a frustrated municipal court judge who is tired of dealing with them can put them in jeopardy."

And this is why we used to have state-funded, residential mental hospitals. Yes, the Central State Hospital had dark historical periods related to ignorance, under-funding, and low-staff pay. It also had high points providing critical housing and care to thousands of people over the years.

When we utterly shuttered the Central State Hospital, we threw out the baby with the bath water. There is still a dire need for residential care especially among the poor or among those whose own parents have passed away. But I suppose it easier to let people languish between the streets and shelters as well as more profitable to warehouse the mentally ill in for-profit prisons when they become inconvenient. What has our society become?

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Posted by Lunaville on 06/10/2016 at 3:03 PM

Re: “2016 Answers Issue

1. The gourds are bird houses, not bird feeders, though it's too tall for birds to actually use them.
2. Clark Atlanta needs to drop the suit and let progress and revitalization move forward.
3. The Urban Fox is a saint.

Posted by birdbrain on 06/10/2016 at 2:01 PM

Re: “A Q&A with Mike King, author of ‘A Spirit of Charity’

@ sylcox
The UK NHS is often held up as a shining example of nationalized healthcare to which this country should aspire. Today's truth is that it is in free fall with patients suffering, long wait times, and cascading costs. You might want to educate yourself on the subject.

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Posted by Burroughston Broch on 06/09/2016 at 1:44 PM

Re: “A Q&A with Mike King, author of ‘A Spirit of Charity’

Who exactly among "us" claims the US health care system is "the greatest in the world"? The US does not even come close by any rating and has not for decades. It is not just an issue of a "health care system that is not equally shared by all Americans." Those who belive the private insurance they have paid into for years ensures excellent service are at the mercy of insurance companies who commonly deny treatment and services. The entire system is broke, as are the taxpayers who feel ripped by private and public medical providers who have an agenda far removed from their needs. This is not a simple question of caring about the poor, it is an acknowledgement that the US cannot and will not consistently assure quality healthcare to anyone. Try a book about that.

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Posted by sylcox on 06/09/2016 at 11:44 AM

Re: “Soul-Saving Mission

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Posted by Debbie W. Villela on 06/08/2016 at 10:35 AM

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