Posts Tagged ‘Edward Lindsey

07
Jul
16

7.7.16 … XX/XY … New Venture/New Vocation …

Edward Lindsey, Dentons,  Dentons’ Georgia Lobbying Team, kith/kin, passion, vocation, public policy: Congratulations on your new venture, dear brother!

Edward Lindsey, a former state representative and a founding partner of Goodman McGuffey Lindsey & Johnson, is joining global firm Dentons, effective July 15. Lindsey will be a partner in Dentons’ lobbying practice—one of the largest in the country—working specifically in its extensive Georgia State Government Affairs practice. “This is a continuation of what my passion is now—dealing with public policy,” said Lindsey, who founded Goodman McGuffey in 1990 with three friends. The firm, which has shortened its name to Goodman McGuffey with his departure, has grown over the years to about 40 lawyers in four states.

Nettie Stevens,   sex chromosomes, XX, XY: Nettie Stevens discovered XY sex chromosomes. She didn’t get credit because she had two X’s. – Vox

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At the turn of the 20th century, biologist Nettie Stevens was driven to solve a scientific mystery that had perplexed humanity for millennia. The mystery was so simple but daunting: Why do boys become boys and girls become girls? In her pioneering work at Bryn Mawr College, Stevens discovered the sex chromosomes that make the difference. Today would be her 155th birthday. Google is celebrating her accomplishments today — she’s featured in the Google Doodle — and so should we.

Source: Nettie Stevens discovered XY sex chromosomes. She didn’t get credit because she had two X’s. – Vox

Dawn, xenon, Ion propulsion, 

While Dawn’s mission is important, how it got to the asteroid belt in the first place is equally fascinating. It used something called ion propulsion. Most spacecraft, like Juno, use standard combustion to travel through space. A chemical fuel is burned, the expanding gas is directed out the back by a nozzle, and that’s what propels the craft forward. Ion propulsion is different. It still uses a fuel — in Dawn’s case, the gas xenon — but instead of burning the gas, a purely electrical system accelerates a few particles of the fuel at a time out of the spacecraft, at about 10 times the speed of regular combustion. “Basically what you’re trying to do is push your spacecraft forward by throwing something out the back very quickly,” Christopher Russell, Dawn’s principal investigator who assembled the mission, explains to The Week. Ion propulsion is incredibly efficient, which cuts way down on the fuel the craft has to carry. That massively reduces costs, and leaves a lot more room for other cargo. Combustion systems also require big burns to get going and big burns to slow down again, while ion propulsion moves more smoothly, opening up all sorts of new routes and locations.

Source: This innovation could change space travel forever

 

Source: Former Rep. Lindsey Joins Dentons’ Georgia Lobbying Team

Plus-Size Dancer, Proving Body Positivity, No Gender:

I loved this and I have one friend who always jokes about another.   “Where did you find this video of [LAH] dancing? It usually takes several beers to get him to perform.”  Well, if anyone could do it it would be your LAH!

Erik Cavanaugh never expected his pirouetting and chasséing across an empty dance studio would go viral across the internet, nor did he upload the videos with that ever crossing his mind. But this is exactly what happened Sunday when the New York Post posted a compilation of his videos to its Facebook page.  Why did it end up garnering over 3 million views and over 34,000 shares and counting? Besides his obvious talent, Cavanaugh doesn’t have the body that many might expect to see leaping and twirling around a studio.  “Not everyone sees me as a dancer,” he said in a phone interview. “It’s been a struggle.”

Source: Meet the Plus-Size Dancer Who’s Proving Body PositivityW Knows No Gender

Emma Watson, Hermione, Cursed Child:  Great FB post by Emma Watson. 

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Yesterday I went to see the Cursed Child. I came in with no idea what to expect and it was AMAZING. Some things about the play were, I think, possibly even more beautiful than the films. Having seen it I felt more connected to Hermione and the stories than I have since Deathly Hallows came out, which was such a gift. Meeting Noma and seeing her on stage was like meeting my older self and have her tell me everything was going to be alright, which as you can imagine was immensely comforting (and emotional)! The cast and crew welcomed me like I was family and Noma was everything I could ever hope she would be. She’s wonderful. The music is beautiful… I could go on… Here are some pics of me meeting Noma and the crew. Love, E xx ‪#‎keepthesecrets‬ ‪#‎19yearslater‬@antoboyle Sam Clemmett Noma Dumezweni @HPPlayLDN

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Day 23 Hiking/Day 27 from Katahdin
John called about 9 AM this morning. He was atop Old Blue Mountain (244) and was headed to the next road, about an 8 mile hike for today. He hoped to go into Andover ME because … Rain’s a comin’ …
05
Jun
13

6.5.13 … the important stuff …

Yesterday, 6.4, was the tenth anniversary of the death of my dad.  My sister and I, along with her husband, had an early lunch at Mary Macs, one of my Dad’s favorite restaurants.  We commented on how much he would have loved seeing my brother’s name up on the banner above our table.  My dad was a stock broker/bond peddler.  He loved people.  He loved stories.  We laughed at stories of  my dad;  how he did things and said things and retold the stories until they were funnier and better than the original.  One of our favorites is how he was discovered at Mary Macs … as a model.  He did print ads for Life of Virginia, Honest Face, Harland Checks and a favorite  ad for french fries where he got paid as much for his “sexy”  hand as for his face.  Edward Lindsey lived life to the fullest and he shared that life  … He got the important stuff.

The important stuff  is sometimes just letting people know they are special and telling others …

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“Welcome to Atlanta’s Dining Room

as dedicated by the Georgia House of Representatives

House Resolution 477: By Representatives … Lindsey of the 54th …

— at Mary Mac’s Tea Room.

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We closed our day with a visit to the cemetery.  I realized that it is nice to have a place to connect.  It doesn’t have to be a grave, but it it can be.  We danced at his spot …

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… and to all a goodnight.

24
May
13

5.24.13 … The Fight For Wilcox County’s First Integrated Prom … Edward Lindsey: “Its a community of good people,” said Lindsey, who spent his childhood summers with his family in Wilcox County. . “I want to make sure folks know that and not get sidetracked by other issues. These kids deserve to be commended for what theyve done. Lets keep the focus on them.”

Pineview GA, Wilcox Co. GA, integrated prom, #oneprom:  This community is one of my homes.  I am very proud of the students at Wilcox Co. High School for boldly stepping forward.

Following the media blitz, donors from across the globe, including nearly 30,000 Facebook fans, opened their pocketbooks. Melvin Everson, a black Republican, gubernatorial appointee, and Wilcox High alumni spoke out for his alma mater and implored outside observers to not misinterpret Wilcox County as a “backward, backwood” area. State Rep. Edward Lindsey R-Atlanta contributed $100 and praised the girls efforts.”Its a community of good people,” said Lindsey, who spent his childhood summers with his family in Wilcox County. “I want to make sure folks know that and not get sidetracked by other issues. These kids deserve to be commended for what theyve done. Lets keep the focus on them.”The discussion surrounding the integrated prom soon devolved into political turmoil among state officials and pundits. Better Georgia, a progressive advocacy group, stirred the pot by calling on elected officials to use their positions of power to advocate for change. Some conservative officials initially rebuked the group, but it ultimately backfired after Gov. Nathan Deals spokesman told a local television reporter via email that the “leftist” group had pulled a “silly publicity stunt.” Some opponents interpreted the comments as the governor actually condoning segregated proms.

The school’s original deadline of May 17 passes and no decision is made. Six days later — two days before graduation and nearly a full month after the prom — Wilcox County Schools quietly posts an update on its website: “Principal Chad Davis has stated that his Leadership Team and faculty have decided to host the school’s first school-sponsored prom in the spring of 2014.”

via The Fight For Wilcox County’s First Integrated Prom.

Interesting to me is my liberal friends who are amazed that conservatives can take up this issue.  The article cites Melvin Everson, a black Republican, gubernatorial appointee, and Wilcox High alumni and my brother State Rep.  Edward Lindsey R-Atlanta.  The Governor of GA fumbled on this one.  But the two other politicians who came forward are both republicans.  That should be noted.

11
Apr
13

4.11.12 … Edward Lindsey for US Congress … It’s official!

Edward Lindsey, US Congress District 11, kith/kin:  Very proud of my brother!

Lindsey said he doesn’t consider it a liability that he lives in Buckhead while most of the voters in his district live outside of Atlanta. “I think your paper had a humorous thing last week, saying the only problem with me is that I was on the wrong side of the river,” Lindsey said. “I like that phrase because it sort of leads me to segue to this: There are bridges across that river, and my history in politics has been that of someone who builds bridges and someone who builds coalitions in order to get things done.”

via The Marietta Daily Journal – Ga Majority Whip to face Barr for U S House seat.

21
Jan
13

1.21.13 2013 Inauguration and MLK Day … Interesting combination …

2013 Inauguration, Edward Lindsey:  Thoughtful words from my brother …

Tomorrow, a victorious Democratic president and his party will have the burden of leadership, and my defeated Republican party will take up the difficult duty to provide the loyal opposition. But for today, all Americans celebrate the continuation of the great American Experiment in republican democracy. One President. One Congress. One Country. United today by more than what divides us. Congratulations, President Barrack Obama. May God bless you and our nation.

via Edward Lindsey.

Photo: Tomorrow, a victorious Democratic president and his party will have the burden of leadership, and my defeated Republican party  will take up the difficult duty to provide the loyal opposition.   But for today, all Americans celebrate the continuation of the great American Experiment in republican democracy.  One President.  One Congress.  One Country.  United today by more than what divides us.  Congratulations, President Barrack Obama.  May God bless you and our nation.

Martin Luther King Jr., quotes, holiday:  Celebrating the life and wisdom of Martin Luther King, Jr. today.

“Faith is taking the first step, even when you dont see the whole staircase.” – Martin Luther King, Jr. #martinlutherkingjr

“Peace is not merely a distant goal we seek but a means by which we arrive at that goal.” Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

Photo: Celebrating the life and wisdom of Martin Luther King, Jr. today.

 

Martin Luther King Jr.,  Brene Brown:  I loved this post by Brene Brown “light, love and martin luther king, jr.” so I am sharing it in full …

 

I used to turn to this quote in the midst of crisis or tragedy (or whenever I was in personal struggle). Now I realize that what started as shared wisdom has become my central prayer and a daily practice for me.

Anger, judgment and blame are go-to emotions for me. This is especially true when I’m tired, anxious, or feeling vulnerable. When I’m not being mindful, I can try to overcome hate with hate. I can drop quickly into resentment and judgment.

When there is darkness in the world, I can slip into the dark place. I can start rehearsing tragedy and let my fear take over. I can turn to blame even though I know that blaming is simply a way to discharge pain and discomfort and has nothing to do with holding people accountable.

This incredible wisdom from Martin Luther King has become a prayer to me because it is everything I believe about my faith. I want to stay in love when fear drives me to hate and judgement. I want to practice gratitude and cultivate joy in the darkness. That doesn’t mean that I can’t be afraid or sad or vulnerable, it simply means that reacting to tragedy by living in fear doesn’t create empathy, it breeds more fear.

Here’s to love and light. As an imperfect practice. As a daring prayer. Thank you, Dr. King.

via light, love and martin luther king, jr..

Jared Diamond, The World Until Yesterday, anthropology,  13.7: Cosmos And Culture, NPR, bookshelf:  Another to add to the list …

In his new book, The World Until Yesterday: What Can We Learn From Traditional Societies, Diamond questions the practice of psychologists who base their claims about human nature entirely on people from WEIRD — Western, Educated, Industrialized, Rich, and Democratic — societies. In fact, Diamond writes, people in small-scale societies, people who gather and hunt, herd animals or farm, may have figured out better ways than WEIRD ways to treat people, solve social problems and stay healthy.

So far, this sounds pretty much like an embrace of the cross-cultural diversity that we anthropologists work to understand, even to celebrate. So what’s the backlash all about?

via Why Does Jared Diamond Make Anthropologists So Mad? : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture : NPR.

Mark Twain, A Biography, quotes, profanity: Interesting … I think I’ll send this to the person in my life who actively uses profanity. 🙂

“In certain trying circumstances, urgent circumstances, desperate circumstances, profanity furnishes a relief denied even to prayer.” Mark Twain, A Biography

via Did Twain use the F-word?.

Downton Abbey, Speakeasy – WSJ:  In case I missed something I love these recaps.:)

What was Branson thinking? What do you think of Robert’s handling of financial matters up to this point? Did Ethel make the right decision?

via ‘Downton Abbey,’ Season 3, Episode 3: TV Recap – Speakeasy – WSJ.

21+ Students,  drinking preferences, culture, college life, Davidson College:

Though 21-year-old students may drink more nights per week, they rarely feel like they “black-out” or get as drunk as they did when they were younger. It seems that as Davidson students get older, they develop more responsible drinking habits. When students turn 21, alcohol becomes much more accessible at court parties, Martin Court Apartments, and bars, and they thus feel less inclined to pre-game or aggressively drink.

via 21+ Students share drinking preferences – The Davidsonian – Davidson College.

sustainability, money, justice, environment, Davidson College:  This is much bigger than I realized …

 

Now leading the sustainability charge at Davidson is Jeff Mittelstadt ’99, who returns to alma mater as the college’s first, full-time director of sustainability. A triple threat with masters’ degrees in environmental management (Duke), in business administration (UNC Chapel Hill) and in journalism and mass communications (UNC Chapel Hill), Mittelstadt likewise takes a three-pronged view of sustainability circa 2013.

 

“It’s a triple bottom line,” he says, “of economic prosperity, social justice, environmental integrity. It’s about not just how they conflict but how they can drive each other.”

 

via Sustainability 3.0: Money, Justice, Environment.

Carl Sandburg, unpublished, guns, poetry, “Revolver”: Very timely …

With the debate over gun control heating up, a retired volunteer at a University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign made a timely find.

Ernie Gullerud, a former professor of social work at the university, came upon a previously unpublished poem by Carl Sandburg titled “A Revolver,” which addresses the issue of guns and violence.

“I’m no judge of what makes a great poem, but this one said so much and so succinctly and to the point. I thought ‘Golly, someone could have written this today,'” said Gullerud, 83.

It’s not clear when Sandburg typed the poem:

Here is a revolver.
It has an amazing language all its own.
It delivers unmistakable ultimatums.
It is the last word.
A simple, little human forefinger can tell a terrible story with it.
Hunger, fear, revenge, robbery hide behind it.
It is the claw of the jungle made quick and powerful.
It is the club of the savage turned to magnificent precision.
It is more rapid than any judge or court of law.
It is less subtle and treacherous than any one lawyer or ten.
When it has spoken, the case can not be appealed to the supreme court, nor any mandamus nor any injunction nor any stay of execution in and interfere with the original purpose.
And nothing in human philosophy persists more strangely than the old belief that God is always on the side of those who have the most revolvers.
 

via Unpublished Carl Sandburg poem about power of guns uncovered at U. of I. library – chicagotribune.com.

20
Jun
11

‎6.20.2011 … finished The Sweetest Thing … a little PT … good start to a lovely day ..

music, kith/kin:  Another recommendation from a friend.  Enjoy! YouTube – The Hottest Cole Porter – Harry Reser plays Let’s Misbehave, 1928.

Davidson College, kudzu, goats, random, LOL, followup: Another take on the goats …

Runners on the cross-country trail at Davidson College found a furry surprise Saturday in woods once crawling with kudzu.

There in a clearing stood 30 goats in an area that looked freshly mowed.

But no mower had cut the nearly one-acre patch of ground.

The goats had done the job – eating as much as 20 pounds of kudzu per animal per day since they went to work last week.

“On Monday, this side of the trail looked exactly like that side,” said Charles Jolly, pointing at chest-high kudzu as far as you could see.

via Hungry goats are a vine solution at Davidson | CharlotteObserver.com & The Charlotte Observer Newspaper.

food-desserts, Jello, LOL:  Upscale Jello?  Looks fun!

Are you entertaining this 4th of July? I stumbled onto the Jelly Shot Test Kitchen over the weekend thanks to Mochatini. Talk about cool, Summertime F-U-N. These sophisticated Jello Shot Recipes are absolutely brilliant. The photographs are incredibly beautiful. The question is: should I make the cucumber-lime margarita, the Paloma Cocktail, or the Cosmopolitan jelly shots first?

via Jello Shot Recipes: Summertime Entertaining | ABCD Design Sketch Book | milestones in life set the tone.

faith and spirituality, Rob Bell, Love Wins, Southern Baptists:  Do you struggle with this?  Is it a black and white issue?

Southern Baptists say hell is an “eternal, conscious punishment” for those who do not accept Jesus, rebutting a controversial book from Michigan pastor Rob Bell that questions traditional views of hell.

Citing Bell’s book “Love Wins,” the resolution announced Wednesday urges Southern Baptists “to proclaim faithfully the depth and gravity of sin against a holy God, the reality of hell, and the salvation of sinners by God’s grace alone, through faith alone, in Jesus Christ alone, to the glory of God alone.”

Several leaders during the Baptists’ two-day meeting in Phoenix coupled warnings about hell with pleas for evangelism – especially in areas where there are no churches or missionaries.

“Is hell real? Is hell forever? Did God really say sinners would perish in eternal torment forever and ever?” asked pastor and author David Platt of Birmingham, Ala. “Oh, readers of Rob Bell and others like him, listen very carefully be very cautious, when anyone says, ‘Did God really say this?'”

via After controversy, Baptists affirm belief in ‘eternal’ hell | CharlotteObserver.com & The Charlotte Observer Newspaper.

Steph Curry, basketball, Davidson College, community involvement:  I just like the kid …

Professional basketball player Stephen Curry will be the guest speaker at the first local Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) rally June 20.

Jay and Amy Poag in January helped start the Lake Norman chapter of the national FCA organization “in an effort to give the young athletes of our community a way to stay connected while furthering their Christian walk,” Jay Poag said in an email.

Over the last few months, the group has held monthly “workouts,” which are group community service activities. On Monday, the group plans its first “rally,” a community gathering for fun and fellowship.

Hosted by Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, the rally will include games, live music and food, and Stephen Curry will be the guest speaker.

“Our end result is to try and help build our youth into effective Christian role models so that they can take the spirit of our group back into their schools to form what we call ‘huddles,’” which are weekly meetings for bible study and prayer, Mr. Poag said in an email.

WANT TO GO?

The event will be held on the Mt. Zion United Methodist Church front lawn from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday, June 20. Admission is free.

via Stephen Curry to speak at Christian Athletes rally Mon.  | Sports.

teen pregnancy, college, Belmont Abbey College, Room at the Inn, firsts:  … the nation’s first college-based maternity and after-care residential facility for single pregnant women …

It was a summer of romance and fear.

A bittersweet mix that cast a long shadow through the years. One that Debbie Capen, 37, of Charlotte will remember today at the groundbreaking for what is believed the nation’s first college-based maternity and after-care residential facility for single pregnant women.

The home is being built on the campus of Belmont Abbey College and will be run by the Charlotte-based Catholic nonprofit Room at the Inn, a safe haven for single pregnant women. The organization’s outreach programs and offices will remain in Charlotte.

During today’s ceremony, Capen will recall the summer she was a rising sophomore at Winthrop University and waiting tables at North Myrtle Beach restaurants.

A fling with a handsome beach service worker stirred images of sailing off together on his catamaran. But the dream faded when she became pregnant. Afraid to tell her mother and worried about the possibility of having to drop out of college, she couldn’t find an adult who understood.

via College maternity center is a first | CharlotteObserver.com & The Charlotte Observer Newspaper.

Edward Lindsey, Atlanta Public Schools, kith/kin:  Very bold and very controversial.  But sometimes that is what is needed.

ATLANTA, GA (WABE) – On Monday, June 20th, the Atlanta Board of Education will hold another critical meeting. Among the agenda items this time: the new state law (SB 79), which sets up a process that could end with the ouster of the entire Board. Some sources have told WABE the Board could decide to challenge the new law, in one way or another. WABE’s Denis O’Hayer spoke with Rep. Ed Lindsey (R-Atlanta), who wrote the board review language into the new law. © Copyright 2011, WABE

via WABE: Could Atlanta School Board Challenge New State Law?: A Conversation with Rep. Ed Lindsey (R-Atlanta) (2011-06-17).

 

25
May
11

5.25.2011 ‎… sometimes PT hurts …

music: Friend pointed this artist out … I kinda like them.  YouTube – The Apache Relay “Live at Grimey’s_American Nomad with State Trooper bonus”.

products, consumers, Made in the USA, lists:  I enjoyed this list .. I only own two … Weber grills and a few pieces of fiesta ware … Made in USA: 10 Great Products Still Made Here (Slide 1 of 10) – CBS MoneyWatch.com.

technology, smart phones:  I still don’t use those funny squares … but it appears it is the next way.

About eight months ago, the three-store chain started putting these “quick response” codes in its train ads. When customers scan the little squares with their smartphone cameras, a coffee menu pops up on their screens. Then they can order a cup of coffee on the train—and have it waiting when they arrive at one of Ethical Bean’s shops.

Business has doubled since then, says Chief Executive Lloyd Bernhardt. “We catch people who are on the go and don’t have a lot of time,” he says.

via Quick-response codes aim to capitalize on the boom in smartphones – WSJ.com.

cars, compact cars, history, design, quotes: “Gorgeous design costs no more than boring design,” says Mr. Krafcik.

Today, however, cars such as the new Elantra are giving Honda a tough challenge. Hyundai has designed all versions of the Elantra—not just one low-volume variant—to achieve a 40-mpg highway rating from the government. Where Honda offers a five-speed automatic, the Elantra has six speeds, which helps improve efficiency. The Hyundai’s interior appointments, materials and design match up well against the new Civic, which suffers from cheap-looking, black, plastic panels in the dash.

The Elantra’s exterior styling was designed in Hyundai’s California studios and uses tricks familiar to German luxury brands, such as bold creases along the sides and well-defined wheel arches to give the car a “fast” look.

“Gorgeous design costs no more than boring design,” says Mr. Krafcik.

Evidently, auto shoppers agree. Elantra sales more than doubled in April.

via Auto Makers Sweeten the Recipe for Small Cars – WSJ.com.

blog posts, bucket lists, lists, Chicago:  This is a pretty good list of things to do in Chicago … My New Year’s Resolution: A Chicago Bucket List | She’sWrite.

blog posts, superlatives, Paris, public restrooms, Magnificent Mile, Chicago, The Fountain on Locust, St. Louis:  Another good one from friend Cary …

One of my themes in life (cause it’s straight from the good old B-I-B-L-E from which I like to take all my themes in life) is that “the truth shall set you free.” And on the streets of Paris the particular truth that humans do need bathrooms from time to time did indeed set me free — to pursue more culture, more croissants, more adventure.

And in five days’ time it only cost me a couple of Euros.  Money well spent.

via Parisian Restrooms Not for Customers Only « Holy Vernacular.

… and this reminded me of an article in the Tribune years ago which listed the best public restrooms on the Magnificent Mile … it was Ralph Lauren … I searched but could not find the old article , but found this … What’s America’s best restroom? – USATODAY.com.  Seems Cary isn’t the only one who likes nice , clean, free restrooms.

It’s in The Fountain on Locust, a vintage ice cream parlor in St. Louis, according to an annual vote.

A beautifully appointed, clean bathroom is a treat when traveling. And there are several good ways to find them. Check out thebathroomdiaries.com (which helps travelers flush out nice lavs and also honors best restrooms with its “Golden Plunger” awards) or sitorsquat.com, which points you toward the nearest bathrooms when you’re out and about and even has an iPhone app.

Anyone care to recommend a favorite pit stop?

via What’s America’s best restroom? – USATODAY.com.

E. Rivers Elementary School, Atlanta, places, Edward Lindsey, kith/kin, Yoda:  My brothers first graduation speech!  At our public elementary school.  I think he did a great job … Sounds a little like Yoda!

Returning now to the question I posed a few minutes ago — how will this community look in 40 years? The answer is that I HAVE NO IDEA.  What I do know is that in the not too distant future it will be in your hands.  Therefore, the lessons you have learned and will learn in the next few years will give you the tools to deal with the challenges our community faces.

So, in conclusion, remember, show passion, try something new and unique, dare to fail, and take an interest and give back to your community.  If you do these things, I know that Atlanta and Buckhead will be in safe hands in the next forty years when you stand where I am standing.

via Graduation Speech to E. Rivers Elementary School May 24, 2011.




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