I don't believe laws restricting clip sizes will help... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUqaXjnRUBc
or laws against gas... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarin_gas_att…
or laws against poisons... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonestown
We need to reform humanity not laws.
You're the man Ralph Long... Wish we had 1,000 more of you.
Living Walls probably didn't go through the antiquated NPU-V meetings and kiss the right a$$. In the "Legacy" neighborhoods that's how it goes.
Doug Dean's a washed up community leader who got caught doing coke as a government official back in the day. He and John Elder are responsible for the vacant business strip residing on Georgia Ave. next to Turner Field the last 20 years. Read a little bit about the SMP funds and then see that he's been stealing that money too. There's a reason SW Atlanta's 20 years behind the city's growth, they're scared of gentrification and are doing everything they can to keep opportunity out of the neighborhoods because they're making money on poverty.
Who watches the news... Men and Old people.
What content and stories does CNN run... Liberally skewed agendas targeting minorities. (I prefer NPR and PBS for these stories)
How many tweets and opinions do working dudes and old people care about... None.
See a correlation? The wankers at Fox News figured it out. If that doesn't work you can always run syndicated shows like the Golden Girls and Matlock to drive viewership.
Don't we have a larger problem with smoking guns and violence in Atlanta parks than tax paying smokers? 3 murders this week alone. I can't wait till we start taxing the shit out of fat people.
Tax the people and they'll leave.
Don't tax people and the traffic will make them leave.
Atlanta is going south... or mostly west.. like Portland, Austin and Denver.
A small history lesson tells us that NPU-V/Stadium neighborhoods became blighted when the city broke them up with new highways and Fulton county stadium... and a little topic called racism leading to white flight allowing that to happen.
I ask that we spend the money on the 47th most educated state in America. Place the new stadium next to your house and see what transpires the next 60 years.
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