^Whoa there, Silver. Until GSU can afford to restock bathrooms with soap once in a while, if nothing else, isn't it perhaps a bit premature to suggest that the burden of downtown's underutilized (and perhaps unprofitable) real estate is theirs?
I'm not sure why the elections division needs more additional money than was cut from Grady. I'm open to an explanation should anybody have one.
I'm dying to know: what the hell is Whut The?
""She admitted that she was drinking and driving,' attorney Jackie Patterson told reporters following her arrest. 'That is not against the law in Georgia.'"
I'd hate to be a criminal defense attorney and have to read transcripts of what effluent flows from my mouth.
I imagine that forcing protesters to the other side of the street would serve as a relief to the targets of protest.
An excellent article. Might I mention the two highly educated people I know who would be out of work if Deal's goons got their way? One is working with an ESL school for refugees, and the other is an asylum lawyer.
I remember passing on foot, then spontaneously participating in a pro-marijuana legalization rally at the Capitol in 2011. There might have been forty people there. But 250 for assault rifles?
Which hotly debated thing ends more lives again, and which one soothes nerves and relieves chronic pain? Who knows. Maybe these people actually get an anesthetic effect from holding a Bushmaster. There seems to be something totemic about large firearms that adds a primal fear to one side of this debate.
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