Crossland Economy Studios - Atlanta - Norcross
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... Siri directions was wrong again! I told Erik to turn her off before I threw it out the window...lol! Tomorrow we go see the Bears play the Falcons. I am excited because I have never seen a NFL game. Should be exciting :-) Monday we will continue our exploring of back roads in the south! Until ...
... she was arrested in Montgomery. King spoke at the rally's that quickly became national news. The black people boycotted the transit system and the government stopped all service to black communities. The government was losing a lot of money because of this boycott. The black community organized car pools and other forms of transportation in order to get to work. There were suits filed by the white community saying that they did not have proper insurance ...
... Lexington Square. All the luxury shops were there and we ate at a nice Healthy restaurant...True Foods Kitchen. I had a quinoa and Mediterranean salad and W had a Turkey Pita with salad and roast sweet potato hash. We sat outside and had a lovely late lunch....then we went to the Olympic Square and the Aquarium and Coca Cola Museum.....too late ...
... the campus with a grain of salt. Don't fail to represent your constituents, but don't let the criticism drag you down and become a cynic about SGA. You really are making an incredible impact and never forget that.
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Michael: Where would I be in SGA without you? You and your sass get me through every single meeting, and I can always count on you to be the voice of reason. As much as I make a fuss about it ...
... Cyclorama tells the story of the 1864 Battle of Atlanta and is a painting 50 feet high by 400 feet long. The story of the painting itself is fascinating, particularly its restoration. Unfortunately no photography of the painting is allowed. The building also houses a small museum and the steam locomotive Texas which played a key role in the war.