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I bet it will be Mr. Ealum.
"We were trying to find somebody else to run. I did not want to, but when we could not find anyone else we talked with some other people hoping that they would and several promised to let me know when, some Thursday (8/2/2012) and when they didn't by Friday (8/3/2012), I decided I had to do it. And I feel very compelled to get involved."
-Lorenzo Heard, 8/6/2012
When asked who "the powers that be" are, Brown replied, "I don't want to get into that right now."
I keep hearing that they're stockpiling assets to make a run at Dwight Howard and/or Chris Paul. Frankly, I doubt they'll be able to get either one, but these trades are still good for the Hawks. Joe Johnson has the worst contract in the league, and Marvin Williams has been a disappointment even without considering that they drafted him ahead of Chris Paul. The Hawks' two best players remain on the team with fair deals, and the team has great cap flexibility now. The Hawks have reached their ceiling, so the best thing to do now is to try to hit it big in free agency or get back in the lottery. A small-market team with notoriously fickle and apathetic fans cannot afford to get stuck in the doldrums.
Well, it was....If that's how the board continues to vote, there's no use in not pointing it out.
Every problem in this city has to do with race. If you can't deal with it, grow up or move.
The fact that there are witnesses doesn't mean anything. "Her competition" wouldn't stoop to that level. But maybe I'm wrong. Perhaps her competitor (who is a REAL doctor, btw) moonlights as a vigilante sign ninja. And how do you know that Williams-Brown is the only one who has lost signs? Is that in the police report, too? People who take the high road don't hold news conferences about stuff like this. With that being said, I wish that people wouldn't steal signs. As much as people seem to dislike her, she deserves a fair shot at re-election, just like everybody else.
Also, I found it funny that you called a journalist a disgrace in a sentence that also contains a glaring grammatical error. "Complain" is the best word. I went ahead and looked it up for you. Stop overanalyzing and enjoy.
Dumbest thing I've ever read on this site. Just speechless. Revisionist history.
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