Pike Historic Preservation recently received a Georgia Humanities grant to bring two presenters for a subject with homegrown roots in Pike and adjoining counties. The local non-profit, whose mission is to find ways to preserve and rehabilitate Pike County’s historic buildings and landscapes, has received $1,800 to present “Lightning Strikes Twice: Legal and Illegal Whiskey Making in the South.”
Mr. PC Editor you finally said something I agree with on your $20 site. You said;
"It is Time to edumacate yourself."
Yes, you go guy.
There is a night school near you or you can do it on line if you know how to use a computer.
Begging your pardon, but who is this Pollcoon and PC Editor you keep referring to?
Does that have anything to do with this particular website or are you, *gasp* "shilling" for another website?
Mrs. Cats, you have my number on speed dial in your cell phone under John Doe #1, I pay the bill. You have my e-mail addy. Everybody knows who the Pollcoon Editor is and member of his staff, you trickster. Post your name, scared? Ask your boss for permission.
Times are tough everywhere. Every government agency wants to get into our already thin wallets. There are families out there that need the food stamp program and support of the community. I object to those that use this program as a crutch to support their hobby as Editor for a petty blog. So wrong.
Sheila, I respect your advice and will do so. Please post here Cats real name, e-mail addy or phone number and I will make a formal apology. I thought screen names were not allowed, Cats sounds like a Pollcat with a infection.
Mr. M, I would respectfully suggest you not give the Pollcoon, or whoever he is, any more of your time.
You should never allow anyone or anything to rent room in your head, except our Lord. He is the only One worthy of this much attention.
Enjoy your day, Sir.