eervin2010 
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Re: “Cheap Eats: Gus's World Famous Fried Chicken

OMG!!!! Tried this place back in May while vacationing in Memphis.
Good kick-ass chicken!!! Happy to have them in my own backyard.

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Posted by eervin2010 on 08/28/2015 at 1:34 PM

Re: “NBC's 'Last Comic Standing' features a handful of local talent

@ "wesleywhatwhat."
No, one or two are acceptable with "cancelled." Look it up. Actually, I'll help you:
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/…

And I didn't have to look it up. I already know that one or two ls were acceptable.

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Posted by eervin2010 on 07/24/2015 at 3:08 PM

Re: “First Slice 7/24/15: Former Emory employee going to prison for stealing students' money

In regards to the Emory case, not so bright criminals and not so bright victims. The criminal created a virtual paper trail to herself and the students where easy targets because they foolishly believed that a major university would have students submit payments to a Paypal account. SMH.

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Posted by eervin2010 on 07/24/2015 at 11:56 AM

Re: “Fast food fight

@ "NadVertising."
Are you serious? Everyone can't be a doctor, lawyer, rocket scientist, etc. However, everyone has a special talent.
No one should be satisfied with working at McDonald's and topping out at chicken feed, accepting it as their defeat. There's always something better.
Instead of fighting for $15 an hour--and by the way, for me $15 an hour is no where near enough money--the focus should be on developing skills and talents at a young age, so that folks have better opportunities.
If they don't have the skills and brain power to do something that pays better and requires trained skills, then go and get the skills and brain power. If they don't have the drive, then oh well. Be happy with being on the bottom.
However, don't blame others because you're happy with being on the bottom.
A man who is my age, 37, without drive has a personal problem. As my parents would say, "There's nothing no one can say or do to change him. He's going to have to get tired of being sick and tired."
Millions of people started out working at fast food, but they used it for what it's worth. Again, it's to help you work toward something better.

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Posted by eervin2010 on 04/08/2015 at 12:58 PM

Re: “Fast food fight

@ "nohypens."
No, my caps lock was not intermittently on. The parts of my comment that are in upper caps are because I was trying to stress a point.

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Posted by eervin2010 on 04/08/2015 at 12:37 PM

Re: “Fast food fight

SMH. Here we go again.
I worked at McDonald's WHEN I WAS A FREAKING KID IN HIGH SCHOOL!!!! I'm now 37!!!!!
HHHHEEEEEEEELLLLLLLLLLLLLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!! Is this thing on? If you've been working at a dead-end job for 20 years and making chicken feed, then who's fault is it? Look in the freaking mirror.
I remember my first day at McDonald's. I knew at that moment that I was not going to work there and flip burgers for no more than four years.
I was there for two years. These types of jobs are not meant to raise families on. They are meant as stepping stones to help someone while they're working towards something better.

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Posted by eervin2010 on 04/08/2015 at 12:01 PM

Re: “Tarell Alvin McCraney's Choir Boy comes to the Alliance

Saw this play Sunday. It's a freaking good show with amazing actors and an amazing storyline. I highly recommend to all theater lovers to go out and see it before its production run ends here in Atlanta.

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Posted by eervin2010 on 09/24/2013 at 10:47 AM

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