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While the deed is commendable, the story-telling is another job well done. Thanks, Todd. The Enugu Men's Club of Atlanta would like to meet this couple.
Always a job well done. Kudos, Brendan!
Ok, they just met not long ago. So, whose hearts were broken for this relationship to happen? I bet there's a pissed-off dude out there who's still fuming and a cheerleader who's still wondering what happened
JG, my occasional break room buddy. I was blind-sided by your departure, but thanks for leaving behind your email address.
See you around.
Gwinnett is "really" great! I wonder how many other counties in the United States could boast of, at least, two athletes participating in the London Games.
Bruce, I don't think you recognized the magnitude of this incident. Please ignore these unsavory comments and what you perceive as my "attempt at indirect sarcasm" and continue to pray for the young man and his family. We could easily be on the same page, if you were not focused on the negatives.
No, no, no, Bruce! You are dead wrong with the "newspaper" comment. The newspaper shows no preference in its reporting, whatsoever. This sad story originated from the Associated Press, and the local paper is duty-bound to report it, since it is about one of our own. Had it been that Asher was headed to the Dallas Cowboys, the newspaper would have chronicled his football career from Pee Wee league to the Airforce Academy. Please continue praying for the Clark family and stop the distraction.
Congrats, Troyke! Job well done.
Dacula is getting a good coach in Triaga. He's well connected in the basketball world, the college level included, and the kids loved him at Berkmar.
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