@SarahPearse: Those glasses are awesome.
@www: She's quite an attractive young lady. But that would be weird and creepy to post a pic.
(That said, if you're on Instagram, might be worth following @crookedmegs. IJS.)
@wesleywhatwhat: The love of the familiar. But Atlanta is amazing. It really is. I hope to bring its best back with me.
@MouthoftheSouth: COYS! http://youtu.be/hBsIGsUT9Gw
@oydave: Thank you sir.
@Rico: Up to others to determine the fit, but if cashing out was the previous owners' plans, they executed VERY poorly. And the new owners run the second-largest alt-weekly chain in the country. They know what they're doing. I think you'll be pleased. If not, you can ask for a refund.
"Hellhole" is one word. Jesus.
@wesleywhatwhat: That's mentioned (sort of) in the readers' last word in Thursday's paper.
@wesleywhatwhat: NO FUN IS IT? [wink emoticon]
@Steve Brown: I've heard you (in your WABE debate) talk about the problem of these not being fully funded, and pointing to Dallas's recent $2b road project as an example of a competitor city doing it right. That is nowhere near fully funded, and is a flood-control project with roads thrown in as pork. Also, the expansion of Dallas's light-rail, currently covering the largest number of miles in of any metro area in the country and growing, has been fund-as-you-go/can for decades. So I just don't see "not fully funded" as an issue. Even proponents say this is a step, not a final solution.
Also, I have no problems with transit being seen as an economic development project. You're against economic development? And the idea that roads aren't themselves economic development projects is silly.
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