Will everyone who is concerned about this please join me and contact the Beltline to complain about the tables and chairs on the trail? http://beltline.org/contact/
I personally think its is a great 60's/70's era baseball logo. People are already printing up the t-shirts with the old logo anyway and lots of people are buying them (you can get them at Urban Outfitters for crying out loud). I'm not convinced that there is a lot of truth to the claim that actual Native Americans are really offended by the logo. It seems to me that this is just being pushed by a small group of race-baiting opportunists. That's what happened at Florida State a few years ago until the majority of Seminole stepped up to say that they were fine with it.
I say bring it back along with Chief Noc-A-Homa.
Just me or was this year's parade EXTREMELY tame and bland compared to years past?
It's amazing how people who have no clue what they are talking about and no data to support anything feel empowered to say whatever they want as if it's fact. I'm talking about you.
I love that Owen Wilson was bicycling in Atlanta.
The prices for "cocktails" in this town is out of control. A $13 cocktail better be a meal no matter how long it takes. Mercy.
@@pdsnyder. So you'd prefer cutting off your nose to spite your face?
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