Rehabilitation Counseling student Lover and owner of vintage motorcycles and cars. Fan of Electronica, 80's music, lasers and booze. After years of wanting to comment…
Whatever Gashy is doing is terrible.
I did some volunteer work here some time ago after I ran into a little trouble with the law. The volunteer chef and the rest of the staff made some pretty good things happen with a limited selection of items. Not only, will you be giving to a great cause, but you'll be eating much better fare than you can at other places that don't benefit our community.
Meagan, good damn point.
I think the folks at the Neighborhood Planning Unit have been having "a frank and honest exchange," the design and the implementation of this project do not fit what they see to be an appropriate development for the neighborhood.
Can we please avoid adding another Wal-Mart?
Cultural adventures are so in right now.
I'm looking forward to a follow-up in a few months.
Was it last year, or the one before that the federal government awarded us money to build a light rail that goes into down Atlanta? It was supposed to be a part of the Beltline project that has been in the works for some time now.
The idea of a 1% tax increase to fund these projects, but has no ending time within the legislation it suports seems a bit sketchy to me. If it's going to carry on into infinity then what the hell, it's not merely a tax to fund this project at all now is it?
We are having trouble funding our current projects, but Kasim Reed wants to build a new stadium? What the fuck is going on here? I wonder where that money is coming from? I'm voting no to this project because it seems poorly advised, and like there will be a lot of money poorly spent. No thank you.
If Blacks have to fix their segment of their population disproportionately responsible for hooliganism because it makes them look bad, then Whites have to fix their segment of their population disproportionately responsible for touching little kids.
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