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Re: “The gospel according to Romeo Cologne

Anyone wondering where else you can find the funk? Romeo Cologne's Funk Wednesdays @QUAD are here.

Age 18+.
Come out and boogie with The Funk Godfather.

QUAD @Spring4th Complex
714 Spring Street

Posted by StaceyDay on 06/24/2011 at 2:32 PM

Re: “Snapshot of Atlanta's graffiti

Great Atlanta graffiti photos on by Rob Mosca, under name jack_babalon. Set: Vandal's Gallery.

With a few exceptions, I don't see anything in his pictures that justifies any time or effort to "remove' so that we can "keep Atlanta beautiful." As a matter of fact, seeing some of these images showed me unexpected beauty where I least expected it.

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Posted by StaceyDay on 01/02/2011 at 8:13 PM

Re: “Profiled in my front yard seems like almost every commenter here, no matter what else they say, thinks pot should be legal.

But some of you need to get past the righteous attitude that if you do something illegal, don't complain if you go to jAil. Come on...walking in the street when the sidewalk is unwalkable? Not having a permit (a la Eagle)?

I can guarantee that everyone breaks the law in some probably have no idea the crazy things your elected officials have made illegal. Common sense priorities please.

Posted by StaceyDay on 12/18/2010 at 12:20 PM

Re: “Profiled in my front yard

Did anyone else notice the first blotter story in the same issue. 3 guys walking in street are searched with no apparent probable cause and find small amount of pot. If we can't get it legalized we need to get law enforcement to make all pot posession arrests a low priority. This is bs.

As a city resident and business owner I appreciate Everything APD officers do to keep us sAfe, but leadership needs to get its act together and focus on what's important.

50 yr old non smoking white woman

Posted by StaceyDay on 12/18/2010 at 11:54 AM

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