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  • Reply to: Two injured as pit bulls go wild in PTC   7 hours 55 min ago

    OR...Any owner of weaponized breeds be prosecuted criminally under the same laws as mishandling any other dangerous device or weapon.  Some breeds were engineered as a weapons and mishandling should be treated as such. 

  • Reply to: Two injured as pit bulls go wild in PTC   9 hours 15 min ago

    SSM & Dogs
    Surely the owners can be cited and possibly the animals declared dangerous and disposed of with consideration of prior problems--if any.

  • Reply to: Two injured as pit bulls go wild in PTC   9 hours 42 min ago

    I typed that word BEFORE I read the story,,HELLO?????

  • Reply to: The Avenue is latest target of entering autos   9 hours 46 min ago

    81's "Logic"
    The drop dead gorgeous 18 year old in a itty bitty string bikini on spring break gets raped and it's HER Fault. 
    The LEGAL GUN was in a LEGAL CAR a CRIMINAL commits a CRIME and 81 wants the VICTIM to suffer further by having Human Rights denied to him/her,,,,ya know ya can't even blame Government Education for some of the "just damn" that comes out of some folks heads

  • Reply to: FreeSpeech for 10-06-10   9 hours 59 min ago

    that refused to bake a cake for a gay cuople in Oregon?  The state forced the bakery to pay a $135,000 in damages. 

  • Reply to: The Avenue is latest target of entering autos   10 hours 17 min ago

    Pseudo spy 81:  What's right to carry got to do with it?  Was in his car.  No problemo--just an absent-minded act.  Maybe lesson learned--maybe not.

  • Reply to: FreeSpeech for 10-06-10   10 hours 24 min ago

    I say they should have been fired on the spot! 

  • Reply to: Lt Col. Warren Charles Boyes, Jr., 63   11 hours 38 min ago

    Will say a prayer for them as well, Mr. Niebes.
    - From a fellow Eagle Scout and Ini-to lodge member, Tangitti Machque

  • Reply to: The Avenue is latest target of entering autos   12 hours 37 min ago

    Glock left in the car....but no idea if the car was locked?  That is absurd.  I am FOR people's right to carry RESPONSIBLY.  This is a good example of a person who should NOT have the ability to carry.

  • Reply to: The Avenue is latest target of entering autos   13 hours 38 min ago

    The owner did not remember if the he locked the vehicle?  Duh, was it forced entry or not? 

  • Reply to: Two injured as pit bulls go wild in PTC   14 hours 16 min ago

    Too bad they wern't shot on sight.  That said, it's time for the rednecks to chime in that it's the owners and not the breed.  Although I agree, we can't ban the owners now can we?

  • Reply to: FreeSpeech for 10-06-10   14 hours 35 min ago

    If ya Needed another reason
    to stay out of Walmart,, here's one for ya

  • Reply to: Swope to speak Sept. 26 to Rotary   16 hours 3 min ago

    Catholic Church and Syrian refugees
    The CC is using civic organizations such at the Rotary to further it's quest to convert non-Catholics to the Catholic Church.  Any and all means to get the Syrian refugees into th U.S. are being used to strengthen the Church.  Not to strengthen our country, but to enlarge the parishes after so many walked away from their faith after the horrendous sexual abuses by priests were exposed and the milions of dollars were paid out to a fraction of the victims.  The Church is not finanacilly sound and this is how it is lobbying our leadership, civic and government, to replenish the lost income. 
    If this Senoia Rotary group does not condemn this type of unvetted migration to this country then Senoia Rotary can add it's name to the list of enablers of Obama's  and Hillary's world view. 

  • Reply to: Row, row, row your dragon boat...   16 hours 53 min ago

    Hey MUDCAT
    Are you a Rotary member? 

  • Reply to: Oddo in cabal on commission?   18 hours 4 min ago

    Unless there is a Juvenal involved EVERY decision IS a PUBLIC decision, being elected DOES NOT grant Title of Nobility, where one may operate in secret. When the BOE or BOC makes decisions to spend OUR money, for whatever reason WE have 100% of the Duty and Right to SEE where how and when this money will be spent, It's OURS not "theirs" Granted 99% of the citizens will pay no attention but the mechanism MUST be in place to see, comment on, support and or decent, When deals are made in Private, you nor I have chance to voice our concerns and possible stop a really bad decision (Lawsuit surrender) That ONE issue should have cause everyone of us to DEMAND NO MORE SECRET MEETINGS, Of By and For the people flat out negates ANY secret government deals,Personally I can't really think of a single issue more UNamerican that Secret Government Deals

  • Reply to: Oddo in cabal on commission?   18 hours 49 min ago

    JJ & Exec Sessions
    I think they are all about either Personnel or Legal issues, NOT everyday county business.  I suspect some law mandates that those issues NOT be publically discussesd/resolved.

  • Reply to: Oddo in cabal on commission?   20 hours 27 min ago

    Not Good Enough
    This 2016, Video is SIMPLE, recording is simple, The Light of day is PRICELESS, allowing politicians to make law behind closed doors, is (as proven time and time again) Hazardous to our well being.

  • Reply to: PTC gets an update on new spillway   21 hours 3 min ago

    Sure it will....we've witnessed their pipe dreams before ...
    .  begin in August 2017 and be completed by June 2018.

  • Reply to: Oddo in cabal on commission?   21 hours 19 min ago

    JJ & Executive Sessions.  I do believe that the County Attorney is present at every one of those Sessions.

  • Reply to: Music-Yesterday and today   1 day 7 hours ago
    Stranger than Fiction

    Rev. Epps seems nonplussed by the ubiquitous appearance of 1960s music in an eating establishment frequented by millennials. Perhaps he should refer to his Econ. 101 class and discover that markets follow capital. Baby boomers comprise a significant cohort of the American population and possess far more money than do millennials. Voila! This mystery is solved. As Neil Diamond noted in “Forever in Blue Jeans,” “Money talks.” Just as is the case with Cole Porter, Ira Gershwin, and Johnny Mercer in the early 20th Century, a few exceptional compositions will survive their cohort’s life span. Songs penned by Smokey Robinson (“My Girl”), Van Morrison (“Moon Dance”), and Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil (“You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling”) may endure, but John Fogerty and CCR shouldn’t hold their breath.

    Again, Rev. Epps demonstrates that a regular column far exceeds his depth of fundamental comprehension. Truth is always stranger than fiction.

  • Reply to: Lt Col. Warren Charles Boyes, Jr., 63   1 day 9 hours ago

    On your behalf, before I go to bed tonight ,,,Your friends family WILL be prayed for ,,strength, and Mercy ,
    May your friend Squawk 1200 and be cleared for a Visual to Heaven ... DAQ

  • Reply to: FreeSpeech for 10-06-10   1 day 9 hours ago

    Thanks, I found that earlier, but was Hopeing that was not the dump.....
    Thank gosh I have a Back hoe.........,The stupidity of "Waste Removal" ......good god almighty,are people REALLY that stupid???

  • Reply to: Lt Col. Warren Charles Boyes, Jr., 63   1 day 9 hours ago

    Warren was a great guy, devoted family man, a Delta pilot, an Eagle Scout and my friend.  I will miss him.

  • Reply to: FreeSpeech for 10-06-10   1 day 10 hours ago
  • Reply to: FreeSpeech for 10-06-10   1 day 11 hours ago

    I know this is silly sounding but,,,, Has anyone used the Fayette Co Dump recently ?
    I haven't been over there since the 80's is there an online source for info? I've looked all over fayette dot gov, ... with no results,(could be I over looked)

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