In you heart you know I'm right.
parking in l5p is terrible??
ive been visiting it since i was a suburban shithead kid and ive never, ever, ever been unable to find parking. Never. Not for drinks on a friday night, not for sold out shows at the variety, never. I routinely walk up euclid from free spots that i dobt even have to parallel park to pull into. barring the halloween parade, ive never had to park farther than that, which is still closer than the inman marta lot.
Do people who are cheering for a deck Really ever see the pay lots full? Is their plan to make the parking deck free? Are these the same people who complain that Edgewood ave has no parking? Do they actually mean "there's no parking right in front of church, the porter, or whatever, and there's supposed to be acres of parking in front of everything".
This city is seriously going to remain a slightly dense suburb forever.
Tyler perry presents "Why Did I Get Cancer?"
the bioscience hub always sounded pie in the sky to me. It sounds like the sort of thing that's easy to talk about but pretty hard to pull off.
what if its a mentally disturbed person who lobs the N word? Do they still deserve to get their head caved in?
I love the idea of smaller, more intensely focused festivals. Last year's GA area was nothing special, but the VIP was awesome, and you didn't feel like cattle lining up at the trough.
LED lighting also flickers at a frequency that will become apparent when recorded by video. I'm not looking forward to having an even brighter light outside my bedroom.
I wish we could go back to the good old days when anybody with money wanted to live far, far away from the center of town, but still work intown. Right guys?
The short answer is "more like one of those world-class cities Atlanta so desperately wishes to be known as"
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