Huh? How's that going to stop a guy with a rock?
Little 5 points (left-over hippies, the Baker's Preacher son), Piedmont park.
It would have been nice if this article had given details behind Georgia's version of "Stand Your Ground", or at least a link to the legislation.
I don't think Jesse used the Ricin that Walt made from the castor beans. Back when Walt was making it he commented that the victim dies "a few days later" (or words to that effect).
Whatever poison Gus used took effect pretty quickly.
It seems the presence of the music would be more of a potential liability than the lack of it.
JoeInAtlanta is exactly right; that curves in that atrium are downright biological. When I first visited after it's construction, I would have called it "having been swallowed by a whale". "Leviathan" is probably more appropriate.
What I found brilliant was the scene with Gus in the elevator after having left the DEA interrogation.
As his fingers twitched, a the elevator bell went "ding!" as it passed each floor - an eerie reference to the bell on Hector's wheelchair.
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