This is so simplistic and contradictory. If the law can't decide whether or not Bullard has grounds to sew, why should it be trusted to decide whether or not youth can consent to living autonomous sexual lives? Many cultures, especially Rome and Greece, which are the countries that much of our legal logic originated, do not or did not consider 14 year olds to be unable to consent to sexual activities. If that were the case, Romeo and Juliet wouldn't have had a story to tell and all the folks that had offspring during their teens when human life expectancy was 30 or 40 would have somehow been unethical for perpetuating humanity.
Read a book. The journalists at Creative Loafing can be so simplistic.
This is an Atlanta newspaper.
This has retail under the parking deck. Curbed has the renderings. http://atlanta.curbed.com/archives/2012/05…
Retail at the bottom of the parking deck seems to fix this entire problem. A new condo development is a good thing. If the parking deck is along Juniper and has retail at the bottom of it, that's more retail space. It makes things more walkable, not less so.
Me too! Glad their thinking of the rights of this underprivileged class of people.
It's interesting to see the loaf's deference to our wonderful city's "daily paper." I'm not sure that anybody's interested in a daily paper anymore. Probably why the loaf's the most read in the city, even though it tends to be as substantive as MTV.
MARTA does a great job with the little resources it receives and the ZERO resources it receives from the state. They should cede control of GRTA and CCT over to MARTA. MARTA could run all transit, including the Beltline.
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