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@ rocknroll, Your assessment of the situation in Snellville and the behind-the-scenes-old-boy power structure that perpetuates it is 100% correct, including the names of the clowns responsible for it. You just need to add the name of Robert Jenkins to your list.
From the article:
"Stankbery-Kellam did not return a phone call seeking comment"
Freudian slip, perhaps?
Looks like Snellville mayor Kelly Kautz has lost her political benefactor and campaign sugar-daddy. Bet her plans for re-election just went down the toilet.
If you Googled it, you didn't comprehend what you read. A doctor of osteopathy is a physician and doesn't have anything to do with a chiropractor.
From Wiki: "Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O. or DO) is a professional doctoral degree for physicians offered by medical schools in the United States. Holders of the D.O. degree are known as osteopathic physicians and have the same rights, privileges, and responsibilities as physicians with a Doctor of Medicine degree (M.D.). D.O. physicians are licensed to practice the full scope of medicine and surgery in all 50 states, and make up 7 percent of the total U.S. physician population. There are over 77,784 D.O. physicians in the United States, of which 69,429 are in active practice."
Why is that so hard to understand?
"It changed an industry. It's done more to help this world than Coca-Cola and Chick-Fil-A and CNN, and all those companies combined. I think you ought to get your staff together and draft up a bill and have a Primerica holiday."
I'm surprised that Mr. Arrogant...err...Mr. Williams didn't throw in Home Depot and Delta in his braggadocio-filled comment.
Thanks for this inspirational story. Keep up the good work Zach and Naomi!
Congratulations gentlemen...and ladies.
You said, " In April 2012, GCPS said we would see a decline in student population."
No, GCPS did not say that. According to the article you yourself just provided the link to, GCPS says, "The story reports that for the first time in at least 30 years, Gwinnett expects to begin next year with fewer than 1,000 new students. The district anticipates 692 new kids in August when the 2012-2013 school year commences."
Krazy Kautz strikes again...or perhaps I should say 'still' as she never stops being an embarrassment to the city; an overall ignoramus; a flouter of rules, ordinances, laws and general propriety.
Thanks all you dumb masses that voted this fifth-grader as your mayor.
Interesting. I wonder if Darwin will be in attendance at this event...
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