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!
Cobb residents, just sit down and watch "Survivor" or something and we'll go ahead and push this through. Just look over there while we stuff our pockets.
This has got to be one of the most corrupt states in the country.
Wow, what a bummer. R.I.P. Ria.
Is the above photo of Cleta Winslow or a chicken sandwich?
Whatever. Atlantans have long been aware of Cleta's proclivity for corrupt and self-fulfilling activities, yet her idiot constituents just voted her back into office. So good luck! Nothing is ever going to change in this crap city if voters continue keeping their heads in the sand and voting against their own interests.
As much as I hate it, I have to agree with Madidi. Attendance is very likely to soar with suburban ticket buyers so the move does make financial sense. Unfortunately, I also expect ticket, parking, and concession prices to soar as well.
Whatever. I'm completely over the Braves.
T From ATL's comment perfectly exemplifies the level of brainwashing Georgia voters seem to have experienced. Now go watch Frankenheimer's "The Manchurian Candidate".
Yeah, I don't really understand why the mayor is paying so many sockpuppets. He's (unfortunately) going to waltz away with this election due to the fact that there are no real challengers.
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