Monthly Archives: April 2018

Bonjour!

Pourquoi ai-je prendre des cours de français au secondaire ? Ce qu’il a été bon pour moi ? Bien sûr, je peux aller dans un restaurant français et dire, “Garcon !” quand je veux commander un verre d’eau, mais la lecture du menu ? It Ain’t gonna get moi très loin. Translation: Why did I take French in high…

‘Enough is Enough’: Rally sparks change to Confederate proclamation

The proposal of a Confederate History Month proclamation sent Fayette County into a state of civil unrest. On Tuesday afternoon, a group of protesters gathered to oppose the proclamation that, if passed, would honor those who were in support of Confederate practices. Led by the Fayette Democratic Party, the scene rivaled a snapshot of the…

‘Confederate History’ proclamation petition rescinded

Sons of Confederate Veterans ‘saddened’ by reaction, withdraw petition to standing ovation   Tears, anger, and passionate pleas turned to a rousing ovation with Tuesday evening’s announcement that the Sons of Confederate Veterans were withdrawing their petition for a proclamation of “Confederate History and Heritage Month” and “Confederate Memorial Day.” Hours of protest speech, starting…

Walter Morgan Mills, Jr.

Walter Morgan Mills, Jr., 57, of Atlanta passed away suddenly on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. Born on May 17, 1960 in Atlanta, Walter Morgan was the beloved son of Dr. and Mrs. Walter and Sue Mills. 
Walter attended Woodward Academy and received a business degree in marketing from Georgia State University. He was also a graduate of…

Memes

This is Bill. Bill helps the poor. Bill doesn’t put pics on the Internet of himself helping the poor. Bill is humble and kind. Be like Bill. I have this week entered a world that until now I really had no idea existed. The world of Memes! And, mostly, I love it!  Now, I have…

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