Ban 30 yr old college students?????
(just asking)posted @ Tuesday, March 19, 2013 - 10:35
In other news, Sean Penn and Danny Glover are on suicide watch. That gravy-train has ended. Maybe they can join Dennis Rodman on the Love Boat over to North Korea.posted @ Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 18:42
Here's an idea, join the existing student union and become a part of the enterprise instead of starting a separate union that will not show inclusion at all.posted @ Thursday, February 28, 2013 - 14:04
Hat tip to the father of this animal who did the RIGHT THING by turning in his son and testifying in court.posted @ Friday, February 22, 2013 - 08:51
Didn't we have a similar situation in Athens last month? A kid from Monroe area school got expelled for beating his girlfriend senseless (pardon the pun), and then the poor lost soul is welcomed with open arms to Athens Christian School. Of course, he is a star basketball player, so he deserves our understanding. Sigh............posted @ Tuesday, January 29, 2013 - 12:19
Word on the street is he has the intellect of Einstein and the endowment of a Brahma bull. Just sayin...............posted @ Monday, January 28, 2013 - 17:21
$500 Million to get the ball rolling, huh? You guys in Washington (Repubs and Dems) can't even get kids to pull their pants up, stop illegals from crossing our border, balance a budget, stop blowing tax dollars on pork, agree on anything, you pay people to have more babies in a world of over-population, the price of gasoline is ridiculous yet we yak about "America has as much oil as Saudi Arabia, you have to print money to survive because we continue to have a massive trade deficit year after year, you can't even convince American Companies to make socks and underwear here, and you're going to solve the problem of "crazy kids doing crazy things" ????? No Way !!!!!! You are dealing with massive mental instability all across this Country, and unless you can reverse THAT - you'll never remedy "crazy", I don't care if you spend 500 BILLION dollars trying ...... You can't even get kids to - SIT DOWN, SHUT UP, and PAY ATTENTION in schools because you all think the "solution" is always "more money" for snazzy buildings and football stadiums ..... Taxpayers always fork out the "solutions", and NOTHING ever truly gets "solved" ..... MONEY MONEY MONEY, that's all you people think about ........ Hate to tell you this pal, but in the 1800's every kid had a gun, every school was a little wooden house, and any kid "pulling a stunt" got his rear blistered ...... Taxation was minimal, and dad didn't need a Nanny Government (or a freakin village) to raise his kids or tell him how to discipline ......
We are broke! We don't have, nor do we need $500 million to stop gun violence!
Non-working and No batteries aren't quite the same. One implies defect, while the other notes lack of prudence.
In addition, how many rental apartments, homes or duplexes would have a sprinkler system? My guess is very few, no matter when they were built.posted @ Friday, January 11, 2013 - 09:48
Sadly, the APL has turned into a day time abode for many of Athens' homeless. Gone are the days when you could drop off your children to research a school project. It is mostly unpleasant and foul smelling on occasion, but can sometimes be scary as the numbers have grown. I'm not sure how it happened, but the space is a dumping ground during the day. And, of course, we are enlarging our library to accommodate more vagrants. What to do, what to do.......posted @ Tuesday, January 8, 2013 - 18:25
Keep questioning the husband and I believe you will find the missing clues. Fred Tokars may be able to lend some credence to this story (tongue planted firmly in cheek).posted @ Tuesday, January 8, 2013 - 11:18
The food is very good and the service is excellent. Easy to get a seat on most nights. Can't wait for something new in Five Points.posted @ Wednesday, December 26, 2012 - 07:16
The folks at ESP are the best. To put it mildly, the are patient, kind, generous and loving. The overhead is kept to pennies compared to other charities. The majority of your donations go toward helping children. Best of all, it's local, so go by any time and see real hope and change!posted @ Sunday, December 23, 2012 - 06:53
[quote][b]Jerry NeSmith[/b] - @42roadmut: Read about the family here:
I'm not sure this is the same family. The family of Cecilia has multiple business and real estate holdings both locally and abroad.posted @ Thursday, December 13, 2012 - 08:43
What's he gonna do now, refuse to bow from the waist? The Arabs must be shaking in their sandals.posted @ Monday, December 3, 2012 - 20:40
Remove the test results from Fulton, Dekalb, Bibb, Richmond, Muscogee, Chatham and yes, Clarke counties public schools and Georgia would be close to tops in the nation. But, shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, don't speak about the reasons. Just keep going along with the mob rule, and maybe things will change. (Tongue planted firmly in cheek)posted @ Tuesday, November 27, 2012 - 19:31
I'm sure one of Gov. Deal's local 'buddies' could turn this venue into a profit center for the area. With preferential government tax dollars, of course.posted @ Saturday, November 17, 2012 - 10:03
Later that day on Wheel of Fortune: (For the win)
Pat, I'd like to buy a vowel, please.................
B o _ l e d P e a n u t s B r o t h e r
(clue: Who is Richt's little b*tch?)
woooo-hooooo bwahahahahaha!posted @ Sunday, October 28, 2012 - 08:01
Payday loan is too high for the credit-worthy borrower. However, it's much cheaper (and less embarrassing) than bouncing a check, or bouncing multiple checks. If banks didn't charge $35 for the return, then payday lenders would cease to exist.posted @ Tuesday, October 16, 2012 - 20:16
Good grief. You can't turn left driving either direction on that stretch now. I hope they include some directional turn lanes for the sake of traffic flow.posted @ Sunday, October 14, 2012 - 07:41
Ho-hum ho-hum........nothing to do with my daddy's money except surf the nets looking for dirt. What a miserable existence to be in the political arena. Both sides!posted @ Tuesday, September 18, 2012 - 17:05
@fmrclarketchr: It's really not a matter of what crowd I run with (or you for that matter).....geeeeeeez do you really need to go there? It's simply a matter of being willing to work while you go to school. If that isn't a good plan, then work and save for college before you begin. The expectation of a good education is reasonable, but I hate to see prospective students disengage from school because of the costs. Work and school are very compatible. Just my two cents.posted @ Wednesday, September 12, 2012 - 09:03
"And about 42 percent of UGA freshmen surveyed in 2011 said financial woes might make achieving a degree difficult"
I would urge all students to consider part time work while in college. The benefits are obvious.posted @ Wednesday, September 12, 2012 - 05:45
Sigh..............you can dress 'em up, but you can't take 'em out.posted @ Tuesday, September 11, 2012 - 17:40
There's 'Paul's BBQ' in Lexington, and then there's everything else. Open only on Saturdays - 10:00am til it's gone. Cakes and Pies made by the local church ladies (with all proceeds going to same) and the absolute best smoked pork and ribs on the planet. Truly, it has no peer.
Honorable mention is Zeb's in Madison county. Great stew and lots of refills on tea.
If you are willing to drive south, Smokey Pig in Columbus/Phoenix City is another shrine to the almighty pork gods. The best mustard sauce in the south.posted @ Saturday, September 8, 2012 - 11:53
Rock on big dog. Please run for office so we can get this kind of leadership....soon!
I'll add my two cents to your post, how about 'responsibility'? This is the key ingredient missing from many of our citizens today. This simple, honest value can make our nation great or lack of it can make our country decline. Take personal responsibility for your debts, your work, to your spouse and most importantly to the children you bring in to this world. It's the ONLY thing that separates us from the animals!posted @ Saturday, August 4, 2012 - 08:25
Want your business here? Contact Leslie Turner for more information.
Kolton Houston took his story nationally last weekend. read more
Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity expects the 2014 football schedule to be released later this month at the Southeastern Conference spring meeting in Destin, Fla. The remaining SEC West opponent for Georgia is the big reveal. McGarity said he saw ?models? of the ?14 schedule in a meeting of conference athletic directors last week in Jacksonville, but that it?s still under review. He?s not worried about Georgia?s strength of schedule for the coming four-team playoff. read more