@southmobb32: i feel for anna and ms janet thts they world now wht they gone do now?posted @ Thursday, November 15, 2012 - 00:11
lynda was my friend ,she just went to the doctor with my girlfriend last friday,u punk tht hit her u gone pay 4 this ,im crying 4 u lynda damn my world is upside down ,life too short u better love ur family everyday...posted @ Wednesday, November 14, 2012 - 23:51
i was born in athens and never lived anywhere else,but the same local businesses downturn say walmart will run them out but who cares because the same local shops do not hire people from athens just the students,i went dt looking 4 a job that i was qualified 4 and i was told that we are only hiring students,so what abt the people tht live here and not gone in 4 years ,we have to work too,mom and pops dt don't hire us but i bet walmart will.in conclusion why would we care abt shops dt ,they look at us crazy when we come in their shops like we are going to steal something,ask those same business owners how many locals do they hire ,go look nothing but students are working for them,im out.posted @ Wednesday, February 8, 2012 - 12:18
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