Thank you, Barry.posted @ Monday, November 17, 2014 - 06:39
Great job, OC Sheriff's Dept!posted @ Wednesday, November 12, 2014 - 07:00
[quote][b]mpd0.59[/b] - Unregulated free market capitalism will never work in the best interest of consumers.
You're wrong. Peanut Corporation of America was punished by our capitalistic system and was forced out of business through bankruptcy in 2009. Capitalism worked much faster than action by our federal government.posted @ Saturday, August 2, 2014 - 06:45
[quote][b]mpd0.59[/b] - There seems to be a marked distinction between the new businesses sprouting up in OC and in ACC. OC has mostly cookie cutter, large retail chain stores, while ACC has mostly eclectic, entrepreneurial, small businesses.
Very true. And, how would you feel about ordering chocolate from a company named after a giant South American buzzard? I wish these guys luck in their venture. They come & go frequently in ACC.posted @ Saturday, August 2, 2014 - 04:57
What's with these parents allowing any intact male dog (pit bull or any breed) be close by another pet that is in heat? And, allowing their children to be in the mix? This is a recipe for disaster, no matter what breed dog. Don't blame the pit bull.
I feel bad for the family & what they are having to endure.posted @ Saturday, August 2, 2014 - 04:29
Just what Athens needed...another liberal activist.posted @ Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - 04:42
“They were really close homeboys to me,” Green said. “Some guys got to do some things to feed their family. They mess up and they get another second chance.”
This is the mindset that is Georgia football. Pathetic. And, when you purchase a ticket, or support the UGA football program in any way, you're condoning it.
Don't get too excited. These 2 haven't signed anything yet. A lot of water can go under the bridge between now & then.posted @ Sunday, July 20, 2014 - 03:24
No one will know the difference or remember in a hundred years.posted @ Saturday, July 19, 2014 - 02:08
Amazing....posted @ Thursday, July 17, 2014 - 03:17
Nice guy. I once played a round with him in 1975 in a pro-am. A real gentleman on the course when other pros weren't.posted @ Tuesday, July 15, 2014 - 00:22
[quote][b]LaMareaRoja[/b] - It's unbelievable that Grandpa Richt has been able to remain so "humble" given his outrageous salary, despite never winning a National Championship.
Hallelujah, he's got Jesus.
RIP - Paul Oliver[/quote]
It's all about money....posted @ Saturday, July 12, 2014 - 22:55
[quote][b]buchholzml[/b] - Yeah - the bad guys are finding this area appealing also. Shoplifters, FTC crime, hit and runs, parking lot accidents - this is the trending area - please that your criminal activity their instead of Athens-Clarke County.
huh?posted @ Saturday, July 12, 2014 - 11:24
A picture of the big fish would have been nice... Where's the camera when you need one?!!!posted @ Friday, July 11, 2014 - 17:50
[quote][b]OCCountry[/b] - As a hunter, this type of behavior is unacceptable. Once the criminal is captured, they can seize weapons and vehicles. Additionally, a multi year suspension of their hunting license (if they have one) should be put in place.
I remember a case years ago when deer were relatively rare around here where the judge required the guilty hunter to arrange for the transportation of a deer from a Texas deer farm and released here.
It's a shame that illegal hunters stoop to such tactics, and for what?posted @ Friday, July 11, 2014 - 15:36
[quote][b]likethegame[/b] - What took so long Home Depot?
Just look at the list of frivolous law suits filed by unscrupulous lawyers. You wouldn't ask that question.posted @ Friday, July 11, 2014 - 02:23
[quote][b]yeti[/b] - Man., everything is homeless in Macon: cats, people, dogs, rats, etc.. I have lived all over the US, and Macon is the worst city I have ever lived. It is on th US "most broke" list, and the FBI's "top crime" list. Just a horrid place. [/quote]
One of those strange times when I agree with you! I lived there in the '70's and it was depressing then. A "little" big town. You didn't have a chance in the local society unless you were a member of the country club or if Mr. Fickling had planted one of his famed cherry trees in your front yard. Totally depressing place to live...
[quote][b]AbidingDude[/b] - and he thought running the car's engine while he was in the store was ok?
I would guess there's nothing wrong with it if your vehicle is in top running order. That's the owner's judgement call. I don't do it with our dogs. I have seen county sheriff's deputies (NOT OC) lock their K-9's in their vehicles and left running for an entire day while on duty and away from their vehicles for long periods of time (hours).
His was a bad judgement call induced by alcohol, IMHO.posted @ Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 16:46
The guy should be in jail for making terroristic threats.posted @ Saturday, July 5, 2014 - 03:29
[quote][b]jtsim[/b] - This is the best kind of justice. Let them work it out themselves.
I agree. Give them all some crack, a pipe & a loaded gun and shut the door over a long weekend.posted @ Friday, July 4, 2014 - 05:16
What tropical storm???posted @ Thursday, July 3, 2014 - 05:52
What a horrible way to die.... Condolences to the family.posted @ Thursday, July 3, 2014 - 05:45
Greed is usually the downfall of the elderly. Maybe not in this case. I don't know.posted @ Wednesday, July 2, 2014 - 07:43
When I was a kid, kids didn't go hungry in the summertime or anytime no matter how poor the family. The family always buckled down and made feeding the family daily a priority instead of prioritizing IPhones and drugs. If a family became destitute, then the extended family & the church gave a helping hand.
The keyword here is "FAMILY". Hungry kids live in families who are not parenting.posted @ Sunday, June 29, 2014 - 03:54
[quote][b]TeeWee[/b] - A state nor the university can dictate where a person lives. There are many people with multi residences, some have no state residence and are Nomads. It is very chilling for an institution such as UGA to be able to tell a citizen where they can or cannot live. A recent Supreme Court decision this week (no-fly rule) upheld a citizens implied constitutional right to travel, will the University attempt to restrict that? I would also venture to say that the confusing residency requirements are hard to understand. The definition of residency is likely different for a person to receive in-state tuition, or obtaining a drivers license, or a library card or to be a city or state office holder. This is very chilling and we all should be very concerned.
I don't see UGA telling people where they must live. They only require a person to live in Ga to get in-state tuition rates. Blowing smoke and stacking up the mirrors on issues like this is the typical progressive/liberal way of dodging the law.posted @ Friday, June 27, 2014 - 12:05
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