I’m a modest man; born in Kitchen’s Clinic (Lafayette, GA),educated in public schools- Spending time with my Grandparents as a boy, my Grandmother Jessie, was a Cooper, Granddad was Cecil Thompson, they worked hard all their days, raised nine- All taught do right by your neighbors & speak the truth. My mother picked Cotton along with her siblings; Granddad, a share cropper, small businessmen & farmer, sold Coal in three states for folks to heat their homes. As a child I would tag along, helping Granddad deliver coal. Sharing this is important, so you can understand where I come from. Thompson’s & Cooper represent Scottish origins; my families’ roots here in the U.S. predate the Declaration of Independence; Scottish folks are thrifty, modest, hard working people. So are the Irish, from whence the Boyle legacy hails. Tuesday last, at the Water Board, I needed answers, why a Board would increase rates impacting our poorest & retired, often widowed Women who barely make it on what little they have. The 1st increase in 2014, equaled 175 %, and adds additional increase to that. David Ashburn, Bebe & John Culpepper had no problem doing precisely that. Why should this bother me or you?
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My fellow Georgians: In order to keep my national certification as a modest and much-beloved columnist, it is required that I submit to you at the first of every year my State of the Column message. (Yay! Clap! Clap! Clap!) I do that gladly today. For one thing, this will be a lot shorter and less boring than the State of the Union address (Boooo!) and, also, we don’t have to endure a bunch of fawning politicians trying to be seen on national television. (Yay! Ha! Ha! Ha!)
One of the greatest desires of my heart is to see Christ and the gospel as widely revered and accepted as it ought to be, but as I look about on the state of things, I clearly see that the battle will be mostly all uphill at this point.
Sow Mountain is a pretty place. It has everything you'd expect in a picture postcard but in an odd place. Sow sits alone, not near a chain, jolts the surrounding land like a big nose on an otherwise plain face.
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Let’s talk about a different kind of common core for a few minutes.
Allen Peake is a man on a mission. The five-term Republican state representative from Macon is the driving force behind proposed legislation to legalize medical marijuana in Georgia. He may succeed this year after suffering a setback in 2014 when the House and Senate got into a bit of political brinksmanship at the last minute and failed to pass his bill, which had sailed through the House with only four negative votes.
It is maddening, really, the illogicality behind the common 1000 piece puzzle. Some factory takes a large piece of cardboard, prints a perfectly fine picture on it and at that point they have, well, a perfectly fine picture.
I am excited to announce that this year, this weekly column, entitled “Real Estate Community Connection” will provide local real estate interests combined with local agent seminars and specific real estate topics requested by our community buyers and sellers.
My cell phone is always with me but I turn it off when I'm supposed to; in church, at a movie and on an airplane and when I'm eating out. I can shut off the ringer but I'm still aware of the thing.
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Dear Cameron Charles Yarbrough:
On Christmas morning, the wonderful world of twitter was treated to a tirade by astrophysicist and cosmologist Neil Degrasse Tyson. Mr. Tyson is, to put it mildly, “not a believer.”
In 1 Corinthians 13:11 Paul said, “When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child, but when I became a man, I put away childish things.”
Many people will receive a new computer (laptop or desktop or tablet) for Christmas. They often ask what they should immediately make sure is installed on the PC to keep it running well and securely.
There were two times during a year when packages were anticipated.
At this age I recognize that there is more behind than in front of me. No matter how much I have before me there is more to appreciate in the past. And, I also acknowledge that everything is better in your memory. That said it is very comforting to select memories, re-visit experiences and people.
These words are dedicated to the memory of my friend, the late Otis Brumby Jr., publisher of the Marietta Daily Journal, who encouraged me to run this column each Christmas season. It is also dedicated to those who believe.
It happens every year about this time. It is as predictable as the rising of the sun. No, it is not Christmas to which I am referring. I am actually thinking of the effort by atheist groups in America to discredit the very existence of Jesus Christ.