As far as the money was concerned ($15), this is by FAR the worst "haunted house" I've ever been to in any state in 30+ years. It doesn't really aim to be scary so much as just shocking. And it doesn't even do that well. It's mildly amusing in a kind of carny/fair type of way, but those types of things are usually $3-5. This is just a disgrace. None of the staff were remotely interested in being there. There were 10 people in the line in front of us on a week night & it took half an hour to get into this mess. Just pathetic. I'm infuriated knowing I could have spent just $5 more & have a decent "haunted house" experience at Netherworld. Azzzholes!
Oh they are absolutely running Mi Barrio off.
People are acting as if they thought Paces was going to act with some level of neighborhood integrity. Why? They are not your friends. All of the T-town/GP/Reynoldstown area has been bought up to exploit the area, run up rents, and generally homogenize the Memorial corridor. The infrastructure can't handle thousands more people in there area, but hey, there will be Sprouts! Why the Paces monopoly was ever allowed to happen is beyond me (not really). But you can ask your district reps...
Are tix available in person anywhere in Atlanta (no fees)? Criminal?
As long as they don't have Charles Bradley playing at the same time as Mastodon or Run the Jewels, this will be GOLD.
Why no voters guide, like you usually do?
Gov. Deal needs to get a hold of this Preservation of Religious Freedom Act crap & veto this garbage asap. The perceived blowback from Christian fundamentalists will be nothing compared to the revenue lost to the state. Get it together.
"Will Biking & Walking in Atlanta Ever Be a Safe Bet?"
Well, driving is not even a safe bet in Atlanta, so I would say we have a long way to go. Much of that is just getting people to fckng pay attention.
"The mayor has a certain gravatis you simply don't find in most leaders today."
It's called entitlement. (See "Franklin, Shirley" and "Campbell, Bill"). And it's not sustainable....at least not for Atlanta...
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