Hey Neighbors, all rather entertaining - svb
Sorry, no left turn.
For a nickname, how about "Ticket Trap?" Faded"No Turn Sign" hidden on right side is a money maker for the city.
The Gorgeous One doesn't need CL to tell him he's one of the most lusted after in Atlanta. 235lbs of twisted steel and sex appeal. The men's fright, the women's delight. The toast of the coast with the upmost, and so fine, oh so very fine...
You're right, Johnnie. He's 29. We corrected his age.
"Modernist Cooking" is a 2,400-page, six volume work that weighs over 50 lbs. No lust here, just saying -- that's pretty rad "last good book you read."
Matt is soooo not 22.
I never knew Dante was obsessed with hipsters.
Have you heard about this Valentine's Day Contest (2013) you can enter to win a free photo shoot with Sea & Sky Films? It sounds pretty cool.
Video - http://youtu.be/ggovaCnxRTs
For the most part I'm excited about the Krog Street Market, though as a property owner in the immediate area, I'm concerned that over-saturation/development and traffic problems (all the local streets are just two lanes) could become a very real problem in the O4W/Inman Park.
Yes people make Atlanta out to be something it's not. Atlanta really isn't a city like New York City or Boston or Philadelphia, these are real cities and these cities are the way cities are suppose to look. Cities downtowns are suppose to be busy with people walking up and down the streets and buses and taxis going up and down the streets and catching the subway but Atlanta doesn't have any thing like that and that's why Atlanta is not a city. Atlanta is a huge suburb with a dead downtown and I hate Peachtree Street, this is one street that I'm really getting sick of hearing about. Atlanta is a dead city with rednecks and country people and rappers. Atlanta doesn't have entertainment like northern cities do. These southern cities are dead and boring.
One more thing Mr. Parker, *please* rationalize and improve the bus routes.
There are far too many bus routes that wind down every side street and alley servicing stops less than three hundred yards apart before bogging-down in a twenty-minute layover.
It would be much better to run the majority of routes 'out and back' on the major streets and arterials, with the terminus at a rail station.
All the big arterials should get at least one rush-hour express route that only stops at major districts.
In addition, bus stops should be spread further apart and and improved.
Finally, enforce behavior rules on all buses and trains. Dedicate more patrol cars to bus duty.
Any troublemaker should know they are five minutes away from a conversation with a Marta Police officer.
Ultimately, money talks in the Gold Dome. What the vultures in the Dome really want are the capital reserve funds.
Perhaps Parker can recruit the big businesses in Fulton and DeKalb and get *them* to lobby for MARTA independence.
In return, the yahoos in the Dome can take some of the reserve funds.
Ultimately money talks in the Gold Dome.
Perhaps Parker can recruit the big businesses in Fulton and DeKalb and get *them* lobby for MARTA independence in exchange for some of the reserve funds.
Even if no teams wants to take Wynalda, he proved during his short stint at Silverbacks that he can turn things around and is capable of coaching. If the change in league format for the 2013 season was applied in 2012, Silverbacks would be second or third in the league in the fall session. I think that speaks volumes about what he could do with the team that was dreadful in the first half of the season.
What would the Southern Baptist say? I'll bet there isn't a better looing butt in politics. Vote yes to the butt. Does he work at Jack's New York Deli in Smyrna?
Love Brian Haynes. He's paid his dues as an assistant in the MLS for years, it's about time he got a shot to coach a team. This isn't your old Silverbacks, once Wynalda came in the team culture did a complete 180. We finished 2012 strong and look to take the momentum into 2013. It's a great park, it's cheap, it's pro futbol. If you are a REAL footie fan, you need to come out to Silverbacks Park this season. Using the "wait till the MLS" excuse is lame, and you'll probably end up waiting until 2020 at the earliest.
And thanks to Creative Loafing, for the interview with Coach Haynes, he's a class act.
Hope to see some new faces at the stadium this year. Anyone interested in fanatical support of our club, get in touch with the apparently amusing and too serious Ultras, we'd be glad to have you. We're having too much fun to pay attention to the Skillet types.
Come out and join us.
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