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I'd like to remind our business leaders that they had the same weather forecast that our government leaders had, yet they chose to open their businesses anyway. Why are they blaming the government for the mess?
With all the news focused on the snowstorm, I totally missed the State of the Union Address. OK...I lied...I missed it on purpose.
You know what it's like to leave a sporting event with 40,000 people. What did you expect when one million people are trying to leave?
I own a tow truck company in North Georgia, and the majority of my tows were for out of state visitors who thought they "knew how to drive in the snow"
Somebody just stand up and say, "we really screwed up"
Sand and a shovel doesn't help much when you're trapped amongst 18 wheelers.
Honey Booboo family looking for new home? Can it be in another state?
Guess who raised this "entitled" generation you speak so harshly of?
Thanks for spending $2.5 million on snow equipment, Atlanta! It would've been great if you knew how to use it, like pretreating roads before morning rush hour.
2 days of clear but cold weather our schools are closed but do not close when a major storm is approaching.
I want to thank DeKalb county for having MARTA. I had absolutely no problems getting home on Tuesday. Easy ride to my car, and a cautious drive home. Maybe, just maybe, if Cobb county had a light rail system, they would not have had the mass of cars on the roads that they did.
So which is worse, the sky is falling nonevent or the it's not going to be bad, whoops!
We had Snow Jam and Snowmageddon. This one should be named, The Snarlocaust.
Of all the southern states, why Is it only Georgia that seemingly always gets caught with its pants down?
So tuck your driving on ice experience away for the next time we get one of these.
Before you criticize the late call by the government, how many the sky is falling nonevents have we been through?
For everything that Deal and Reed have done to bring businesses into Georgia/Atlanta, they just undid with the snow debacle of 2014.
I have the perfect nickname for this latest snow event..."epic failure".
It appears that Charleston, SC was much better prepared than Metro Atlanta.
Really Gwinnett County school system...you haven't cancelled yet like everyone else due to icy roads tomorrow? What part do you not understand in regard to "keeping your students and employees safe"?
The State of Georgia did not prepare more for snow in order to save money. Look what they got.
Did you show your dad the traffic jam by Turner field as well, or does that not suit the point you are trying to make?