Born, raised and have lived within a 75 radius of ATL. Attending GSU. Just a good ol. GA boy.
When you eat a steak, a hippie's hacky sack goes down the drain.
Dan, if you would have shown up to the show, you would have been able to formulate a better opinion of the work and the artists. Their quality and professionalism would overshadow the other gallery owners who seem to be spoiled trust-fund kids who are still living off of mommy and daddy. It really does make a difference when you have to keep up the grind just to be able to create art. aestheticcataclysm worked his ass off and it showed.
I wonder how much surface area will be a parking lot or how big the deck will be? This is not solving our dependence on our individual automobile as a society. Plus, it is cheaper and quicker to fly. They need to invest into highspeed trains
The only way your camera can be taken from your persons is by a court order issued by a judge. If the officer does take your camera, photos or recordings, then you have the right to demand charges to be filed against the officer for theft by taking.
The law also states that you can photograph or record anything within public view while standing on public property such as a sidewalk (even playgrounds, creepy but legal).
I had to learn these before wondering into the city with a camera. A project site was next to a bank, so I had to defend my rights against the APD for photographing the bank from public view on public property. They don't like being put into their place.
On sexagenarians: When you go to Blake's, it is expected to be given a proper "hand shake" while squeezing through the crowd. Just smile, say thank you and move on if you are not interested. Welcome to Blake's. Don't like it? Go to a better bar.
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