Atlanta could have been a real city instead of some rushed poorly developed concrete ghetto with catbox condos all over the place. Even Drake mentions…
I love this place. Food is good and it have a genuine nice vibe with a chill and diverse crowd. Maybe it's how they do in Turkey, but... he just kind of makes up the prices and sometimes I think he gets a little enthusiastic about it. Nice guy though and the food is well made and fresh.
What prompted this? The Patrick Cotrona or Xavier Arnold murders?
"In response, Hewatt and his colleagues have started a behind-the-scenes push to do what other cities across the country have done: regulate companies that act like taxis but swear up and down they're not."
Those who can't innovate, seek to regulate.
I really hated Atlas Shrugged when I read it in college.
I'm starting to hate it less as time goes by.
You're a cashier with 3 kids at 22 for a reason. Look in the mirror for that answer.
Sometimes the "struggle" is not about racism or evil corporations. Sometimes, the struggle is just because you have made bad decisions for most of your life.
Oh, and smile when I walk up to the register, say hello when I say hello. Instead, you act half asleep, put out, and grunt like a pig and get the order wrong. Basically. Now you want to be paid like a teacher or fireman? Nah.
* I still mostly hate Atlas Shrugged, but... damn.
Kinda like how Fox Bros. spawned from Smith's Olde Bar.
"we must work harder to shed dangerous stereotypes"
Omnidirectional mic yo, wtf, that audio was poo.
Meanwhile I'll continue to wade through waist high litter and fast food trash, surrounded by thuggy kids who did not make it out of the 9th grade and covet my iDevice while pounding my car to bits on potholes and steel plates and wondering why my traffic lights always go out if there is even a hint of rain and taking relaxing bike rides with GMC Denalis who run me off the road into various drains and other road hazards in a city with not great public transportation and no plans to do much about it. There is a streetcar coming. It goes along a route that I walk or ride a bike in a just a few mintes and takes me from Jerk Chicken and Yasin's Fish Supreme to the College Football Hall of Fame. It will be a glorious football stadium though and a lot of fun to build. I hope Reed's friends all get a slice of pie. Gotta love it when the pols fight the big fights on the the things that matter.
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