[quote][b]MyraBlackmon[/b] - Considering that UGA is still footing the bill for his tuition and, I assume, his medical treatment, I find this very disappointing. [/quote]
Mr. Murray was instrumental in helping fill Sanford Stadium for 4 years and making the Athletic Assoc. millions of dollars, so, I'm pretty sure he doesn't owe UGA a penny.posted @ Thursday, December 5, 2013 - 17:04
[quote][b]NativeDan[/b] - Stealing is stealing regardless of how much. Sure it was a very small amount, but what if everyone decided to come start charging everything they have by plugging into the school's outlets?[/quote]
Have you ever been in a public library and charged your laptop or phone? This happens all the time and I never see the cops hauling people to jail for that. I wonder if Chief Johnson ever charges his devices at his office?posted @ Thursday, December 5, 2013 - 16:58
"Without a doubt, Democrats are nudging Americans closer to a Hunger Games-like existence with each policy they enact.?
Guess she has forgotten that the House of Rep. is republican controlled and any appropriation legislation begins with them.posted @ Thursday, December 5, 2013 - 08:34
[quote][b]jtsim[/b] - "what they do there" part.[/quote]
"Animal health research firm..."posted @ Thursday, December 5, 2013 - 08:24
[quote][b]snarkydude[/b] - When are you going to open up?[/quote]
For the record, I've been self-employed since 1992. I'll be sure to invite you over for our Gender Bender day, it's usually every friday! Bring your own panties...posted @ Wednesday, December 4, 2013 - 16:19
[quote][b]Farmer GA[/b] - And why would they want to stay here when half the population and the President hate them and try to hamstring them at every opportunity?[/quote]
Notice I said, "decades". More companies went offshore under G. Bush than Obama and he was considered business friendly. Why does half the population hate companies that employ them? Maybe, that hate begins when they close the factory doors that have been there for decades leaving the employees and other town folk high and dry, just to make a few extra bucks in Mexico or China.posted @ Wednesday, December 4, 2013 - 16:16
[quote][b]snarkydude[/b] - If the "rich" packed up and all moved out of the country, [/quote]
Well, they've been packing up and moving their companies out of our country for decades, so, they may as well join them.posted @ Wednesday, December 4, 2013 - 13:56
Now, maybe, they can work on getting some flavor into their food.posted @ Wednesday, December 4, 2013 - 13:52
[quote][b]bredsouthern[/b] - I haven't ate any fast food [/quote]
Really...?posted @ Wednesday, December 4, 2013 - 13:50
[quote][b]snarkydude[/b] - it's all a secret, along with his college records.[/quote]
Why should Obama's or any other politician's college records be made public?posted @ Wednesday, December 4, 2013 - 13:47
[quote][b]gman129[/b] - The only thing the NY democrats haven't taxed is oxygen.[/quote]
And, yet, a conservative controlled Supreme Court refuses to even hear the case. What a blow to interstate commerce thanks to the republican Justices.posted @ Monday, December 2, 2013 - 15:05
"Protesters are calling for $15 an hour..."
Get what you can, but, my Atlanta Firefighter son doesn't even make $13/hr. and he and his co-workers save lives for a living.posted @ Monday, December 2, 2013 - 12:32
[quote][b]Used2baFreeCountry[/b] - Charles Krauthammer says that Obama's deal with Iran is the "worst deal since Munich."[/quote]
If George Bush and his all republican Wash. DC controlled Congress had prevented Iran from developing a nuclear program in the first 6 years of his Presidency, no negotiated deal would have been necessary. Krauthammer is just a Fox News drone.posted @ Monday, December 2, 2013 - 08:39
[quote][b]Used2baFreeCountry[/b] - because the most dangerous regime in the world took a meaningful step toward acquiring the most dangerous weapon in the world."[/quote]
Yeah, never mind that Israel already has nuclear weapons...posted @ Monday, December 2, 2013 - 00:57
"That wasn’t the only thing about the Plymouth Colony that sounds like it was from Karl Marx:"
Even though the Pilgrims predated Marx by over 200 years...maybe he learned a thing or two from them.
"He assigned to every family a parcel of land to treat as its own."
So, they were given land by the government...sounds socialistic to me.
"Thanks to private property..."
No, it was public property...given to them, big difference.posted @ Monday, December 2, 2013 - 00:55
[quote][b]BorisBadEnuff[/b] - His statue should be erected in a place of permanent prominence to show the true face of democrats past and present. [/quote]
Please...all Southern democrats since Reconstruction, until a few years ago, were that in name only, because, they didn't want to be associated with the party that freed the slaves. At least DINOs, in the past few years in GA, have reverted to the party that most reflects their intolerant views.posted @ Sunday, December 1, 2013 - 10:26
"The vote, though, hinged on costs."
Yeah, but, our republican government has no problems coming up with $350 million to dredge the Savannah river, so, our former governor Perdue's trucking company can get more business. Hypocrites.posted @ Saturday, November 30, 2013 - 11:47
"Jake the barber's lonely daughter
Went down to her daddy's shop
She plugged herself to a barber pole
And took a little off the top
Pressure on the left. Pressure on the right
Pressure in the middle of the hole
I'm goin' to Maine on a forty foot crane
I'm gonna use it for a fishin' pole"
Courtesy of John Prine.posted @ Saturday, November 30, 2013 - 11:43
[quote][b]Farmer GA[/b] - That form of faming will never feed 7+billion people. [/quote]
I know that we often don't see eye to eye on issues, but, I agree with that assumption.
Thanks for being a farmer.posted @ Friday, November 29, 2013 - 12:05
"...On that note, more than 98 percent of sprayed insecticides and 95 percent of herbicides reach a destination other than the target species and end up in air, water, sediments and food."
As a person with an education in Agriculture (Agronomy), I would have to declare that statement as hooey and would need to see some empirical data before changing that assessment.posted @ Friday, November 29, 2013 - 12:03
[quote][b]grove600[/b] - Someone knocks on my front door at 4am then hides in the shadows of the back yard. Well, they'd better look out. [/quote]
I concur with you, however, I would stay inside, call the po-po and monitor the situation with my small arsenal at hand, instead of, going out into the yard, where I could get my ass shot, leaving my family vulnerable inside. I hope I never have to be in that situation.posted @ Thursday, November 28, 2013 - 20:49
[quote][b]snarkydude[/b] - even he announced that he was being used as a patsy,[/quote]
Well, of course, he did! Too, bad, his personal rifle was found at the Texas School Book Dep. And, why did he kill a police man and why was he hiding in a movie theater near both crime scenes sweating profusely? Oswald...you got a lot of 'plainin' to do. But, I agree that there could possibly be another shooter, though a different bullet was never found at the scene, or other people involved.posted @ Wednesday, November 27, 2013 - 13:58
[quote][b]grove600[/b] - The AP is out to get Zimmerman.[/quote]
They were just reporting the facts of an investigation, how does that equate to being, "out to get him"? He's thrust himself back into the spotlight, he must miss the attention. However, I do believe he's well within his rights to own all of those weapons.posted @ Wednesday, November 27, 2013 - 13:49
So much for the customer always being right. And, they give a homeless guy a check?posted @ Tuesday, November 26, 2013 - 19:28
"Moore is accused of having and selling Oxycodone..."
He's just doing what thousands of doctors do everyday. I can go down the road to my local Doc-in-a-Box and get Oxy and anything else I could possibly want, not, that I do, mind you ;~)... without even a raised eyebrow. This guy looks kind of like Dickey Betts.posted @ Tuesday, November 26, 2013 - 19:25
Matt Stinchcomb, a former Georgia offensive lineman who is now a college football in-game analyst for ESPN, was in Atlanta for the SEC?s Good Works team on Thursday and I chatted with him on the phone about Saturday?s Southeastern Conference title game, Georgia?s season, Todd Grantham and Aaron Murray.On No. 3 Auburn and No. 5 Missouri coming out of nowhere this season to earn spots in the Southeastern Conference title game:read more
Summary: Bethlehem Christian running back Mitchell Kamm and offensive lineman/defensive end Austin Schwebel have been selected to play in the GISA All-Star Football Game. Bethlehem Christian running back Mitchell Kamm and offensive lineman/defensive end Austin Schwebel have been selected to play in the GISA All-Star Football Game. Kamm, who rushed for 1,690 yards and 17 touchdowns on 189 carries this season, and Schwebel will play for the North team. The game will be held at Mercer University in Macon at 12 p.m Saturday.