@ Jim Jones, that was a well articulated and very persuasive argument. I was in favor of changing the laws (as I am an atheist as well as a beer connoisseur), but due to your logical reasoning, I have now changed my mind. Well played, sir!
Someone was feeling pretty damn lazy today.
Yeah, I have a comment:
...And also a question:
why are you guys still around? The city was much better off before you were around, and will be better off when you are gone.
The fact that Pitts can't possibly understand why Reed is not "1,000 percent" interested in bringing either of these unremarkable Ga-specific museums makes me question his logic even more. The fact is, the better question is, why were either of these built in the first place...they certainly were not feeding a demand, as evidenced by the low attendance. Trust me, even if they are moved, the interest levels will not rise.
I do keep it tuned in on occasions when classical music is playing (and Lois Reitzes' voice , but I've always found it frustrating that they have such a large block of it during the day...as well as late night.
Musically, I think the jazz that is played on weekend nights should be expanded during the week. I would also like to hear more news/talk during the day.
As far as original programs go, I personally don't care very much either way. The reason for this is that I download all mine as podcasts and listen to them at my own convenience anyway.
Thanks cute girl
Which location is this going to be at? I couldn't tell from their website.
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