As you cross into Clayton County, there is a black and yellow sign warning you about the possibility of deer crossing for the next five miles. The first time I read it I laughed out loud. I think there should be such a sign at all entries into Georgia. "We're glad Georgia is on your mind. Watch for deer. We're not kidding."
Strewn in a soggy line in the middle of a road near my house lay various items of somebody's abandoned clothes.
By Allison Kelly
Last week I wrote a column that said President Bush was "untouchable in the eyes of his conservative base." After writing the column, I heard an interview on National Public Radio discussing why that may be true.
Illness has a way of distilling life: the more debilitated one becomes, the more appreciative.
It's easy to pass judgment on parents when you've never been one but it still amazes me that some people believe that wealth and privilege will save their children from all things that are bad.
By Greg Gelpi
By Michael Davis and Billy Corriher
Clayton County Links
So I am driving up Jonesboro Road the other night after work heading into Atlanta when I look up and the car in front of me coming from Clayton County has a gas nozzle sticking out of the gas tank and the full hose is dragging the ground, the round metal part that goes into the tank is sparking as it clicks against the asphalt road.
By Jeffery Armstrong
Has this cold and sluggish winter season got you down? Tired of scraping the frost from the windshield every morning before going to work? Might I suggest three winter weather DVDs to help you get through these hard times and make you realize things could be worse. A whole lot worse.
February 23, 2004
By Billy Corriher
By Ed Brock
Born a few decades too late.
By Ed Brock
I'm sick and tired of this. I'm sick and tired of hearing about adults brutally killing children.
By Anthony Rhoads