Does this mean now we won't have to read about Moore's Ford over and over again every time this bird comes around. How ironic that over the years he has made a publicity and fund raising event out of chastising the government for not finding someone to put in prison for something that happened 65 years ago, and now look...he gets to go himself.posted @ Friday, May 17, 2013 - 08:32
A waste of time and money.posted @ Friday, May 17, 2013 - 08:19
[quote][b]Hawaii Five O[/b] - Will somebody please bulldoze that place, Poor Hotel Indigo next door to all those THUGS. Public nuisance and the commissioners need to act on that [/quote]
Bethel Midtown Village was there long before Hotel Indigo, and Hotel Indigo knew it. They deserve to reap the consequences of their own decisions just as anyone who is stupid enough to open or build anything in A-CC.posted @ Friday, May 10, 2013 - 22:14
[quote][b]Thomas Jefferson Snodgrass[/b] -
Maybe the two Johnsons were on the same guy.
No, No. Not the same guy, but they do have the same daddy. And, neither one of them knows who it is.posted @ Friday, May 10, 2013 - 21:31
Has Oconee County's coach resigned yet?posted @ Wednesday, May 1, 2013 - 06:43
If it wasn't for Walmart and dumb a$$es who don't know how to lock their cars, incident reports would drop by at least half in Oconee County.posted @ Friday, April 26, 2013 - 05:06
[quote][b]THE WATCHDAWG[/b] - AKA BuckWheat
OOOOHH TAAAYEEposted @ Thursday, April 25, 2013 - 17:16
Let the commissioners blast all they want. The UGA campus belongs to the State of Georgia and is none of their damned business.posted @ Wednesday, April 10, 2013 - 07:05
"More analysis of the papers is needed before definitive connections can be proven"
Then why is it "news" now?posted @ Thursday, April 4, 2013 - 06:17
Typical Andy Landers.
Get everybody's hopes up...
then crash and burn.
[quote][b]yeti[/b] - @Z J Ruffin: Or........If more unfit parents, who do not give a damn about raising kids, were to have abortions, there would be less of these little thugs running around.
Let's make abortions illegal, BUT I think there should be about a 50% tax on all anti-choice folks. The anti-choice folks need pay for the care of these children when they are younger, and the prison expenses when they are older. The tax could also pay for the infastructure to support the extra 12 million people born into the US every 10 years. [/quote]
An excellent argument for killing babies. I believe I've changed my mind.posted @ Saturday, March 23, 2013 - 21:47
What are you people whining and moaning about? There were 1.2 million babies killed by this "society" last year alone. Where's the outrage about that? What in he!! do you expect when human life in this country has been relegated to the same level as house-hold garbage.
There's a reason these types of things are happening with more and more frequency and more and more heinousness. There's an immutable principle at work here: "you reap what you sow." Comment, reply and neg me all you want to, but there's not a damned thing you can do to change that.
Now, lets get on to the really important things, like Paul Broun eating warthogs.posted @ Saturday, March 23, 2013 - 05:53
Though the unknown lady may have been crass and displayed ignorance, since when is complaining in a restaurant or calling someone a "muslim" or any other name a crime? The story doesn't even suggest that the lady caused a disturbance, she just hurt some guy's feelings.
Further evidence of the suppression of free thought and free speech, however distasteful, in a political correctness infected society.posted @ Wednesday, March 20, 2013 - 22:06
They already have a "mobile check out program" another name for it is "shop lifting." Whatever happened to the self-checkout lanes in the Athens Wal-marts?posted @ Wednesday, March 20, 2013 - 18:36
No argument from me there. Actually the Hope Scholarship has lead to the dumbing down of high school grading standards in order to make more students elligible for it, hence the explosion of entering freshmen who need remedial classes.
Classes, by the way, for which students have to pay normal tuition, but classes for which they get no credit hours (which is as it should be). This is also one example of how the Hope Scholarship has helped push college tuition upward.
The colleges in Georgia are going to go after all the guaranteed money they can get, irrespective of their operating costs.
"he is shifting the funding formula for colleges to reward those like Tech and UGA that have high graduation rates"
Of course, someone is going to whine about this being covert racism and discrimination. How dare this racist Republican governor reward high achievers.posted @ Tuesday, March 19, 2013 - 01:58
' "That has been our story,” Daniel said. “We’ve been left out of the history books, movies, and documentaries. The only way our story will be told is by us." '
Go ahead and tell it all you want to, but you cannot force people to listen. We've had this stuff crammed down our throats every February for years, and still, most people just don't give a crap.posted @ Saturday, March 16, 2013 - 09:01
If I was the principal, I would have paddled his a$$ any way.
Or is that against the law now also?
I've had a lower back pain lately.
I wonder if that could be due to global warming?
What's the news here?
Just print the same headline each month and be done with it.
I think the correct term is "battle ship gray."posted @ Friday, March 8, 2013 - 02:41
"built nearly 50 years ago"
Where are the preservationists on this one.
This is such an historic landmark for UGA and Athens.
Oh, the nostalgia makes my heart ache.
Hey, is the picture on your posts really a picture of you.
If so, what are you doing for lunch today?
Boo!posted @ Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 16:37
[quote][b]Bellehowell[/b] - @Ben Had: I know, right? Hey, why don't we give more beer to drunk drivers while we're at it?
Give more beer to someone who is abusing the privilege of buying beer, while breaking the law and endangering others in the process.
Giving law abiding citizens more freedom to exercise a constitutionally protected right.
Where's the comparison here?
What kind of juvenile, inane reasoning is this.
It would be humorous if wasn't so damned pathetic.
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