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  • Re: The Official 2017 Food Pic thread


    Grilled chicken club salad from Fresh 2 Order in Marietta/Smyrna/Cumberland Mall.

    F20 has some of the best salads around if u can find one!
  • Re: Has your city ever had a Serial Killer?

    skpjr78 wrote: »
    MallyG wrote: »
    skpjr78 wrote: »

    "The only thing we feared was Williams, Wayne. Never thought about hitting licks or slanging 'cane" - 3 Stacks

    Was gonna post Wayne.

    For some reason, I still think he had help. 28 murders from one cat is possible, but it makes me skeptic.

    I wasn't born when the ACM started but my parents told me that other (black) parents wouldn't let there children go outside. If they did they would watch them or have to be accompanied/chaperoned by older brothers sisters in groups. It was truly scary times!

    I was around 4 when he was convicted so I came up during the aftermath of the Wayne Williams era. I don't remember much about it but my sister who is 3 and a half years other than me went to school with one of the missing and murdered children. I do remember the commercials that would come on tv saying it's 8 o'clock do you know where your children are? I remember "Officer Friendly" coming to our school and giving us the don't talk to strangers speech like once a month. I remember my aunt, cousins and grandmother taking us past Wayne William's house and most of all I remember his name. Wayne Williams was the real life boogie man for any kid who lived in or around Atlanta during the early 80s.

    I still wonder if Wayne Williams did that shit. He got caught throwing a body in the river so I know he did something. The body they found was of a 28 year old and Williams was actually convicted of murdering 2 adults. They used questionable technology and methods to tie him to the missing and murdered kids. There were rumors that the klan and/or the police were actually killing the kids. Those rumors still exist today. I know Wayne Williams did something but my gut tells me he didn't do it all.


    Oh yeah, I remember my folks and others tellin' me about the "Do you know where your children are??" commercials.

    Funny thing is, I was born on the day he was stopped by the Chattahoochee River (which he was subsequently brought in 2 days later and arrested a month later). They didn't actually see him dumping the bodies, they heard the splash and pulled him over b/c he close enough. I'm not absolving him but.....

    Speaking of the Klan, here's an excerpt from an article....

    "Williams and his family members have also blamed the murders on various others over the years, including the Atlanta police — who they believed were trying to avoid a race war — and the Ku Klux Klan.

    Spin magazine investigated the case in 1986, and revealed that a secret investigation discovered and then covered up the fact that a Ku Klux Klan family, the Sanders, may have been responsible for the murder of a young black boy and was possibly linked to the murders of 14 others in an attempt to ignite a race war between blacks and whites, according to court papers. But as the evidence against the Sanders family grew, the committee investigating the killings allegedly became nervous that revealing that the Klan was behind the murders could trigger racial unrest in the city. Members of the committee reportedly decided to terminate the secret investigation and seal its findings — but the controversy continues to this day."

    I do believe this shit has a lot of credence! And I do believe the cops possibly were letting this happen or weren't extremely motivated to catch anyone and just pinned it on a nigga who was a weirdo who just so happened to allegedly dump a couple bodies in the river. It's like I think he was intertwined somehow, but was mainly a patsy!

    A lot of evidence in his case is merely circumstantial too.
    skpjr78Lou_CypherYoung Stef
  • Re: Young Dolph on the Breakfast Club

    IT'S DOLPH!!
    Cutler 26 INT's LOL!buttuh_b
  • Re: Reversing aging

    I'll jus do this the pragmatic way.....

    Drink more red wine (which has always had health benefits) and eat a lil' dark chocolate every now and then.
  • Re: Wiz Khalifa - Laugh Now, Fly Later discussion

    MallyG wrote: »
    MallyG wrote: »
    Still bumpin' Cabin Fever/Taylor Allderdice post.

    GOAT. Cabin Fever was the last Wiz project I wholly enjoyed

    You didn't fully enjoy Taylor Allderdice??

    The production on that bish is GREAT! I might skip one or two song on there, but that's about it and even those songs aren't bad really.

    I never checked it out. Rolling Papers kinda turned me off from Wiz, so I check for him in spurts. I'ma check it out though.

    I feel u on that and I never really heard "Rolling Papers" either (just a few songs) b/c of all the bad reviews it got. But bro, u gotta give TA a spin. It's easily one of his best works!

    It sounds like how his actual albums should sound imo.

    "Amber Ice"

    "Mia Wallace"

    Nigga tell me this here ain't ridin' and floatin' like a Lac on the expressway!
    #jpp i ro nysapp08_2001texas409