What Do People Say About Six Flags In Atlanta?

Visiting Six Flags in Atlanta is a fun experience for any family, but there are certainly a few tips you can keep in mind that will help your family have a fun time on the rides. Advice from previous guests at the park is always helpful for determining how to spend your time. Here are a few helpful hints from other guests for your next visit:

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The Population Of Georgia Was Used In These Quotes

Quotes focusing on the great state of Georgi can be pleasant, fulfilling, amusing and even downright nasty. These quotes stand out for their ability to generate debate, controversy and wonderment.

I can’t be calm when I drive through sections of Atlanta that look more like Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, than America.

Democrat Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney

Once I went to bed in Orlando, and I woke up in Atlanta. I have no idea how that happened.

A.J. McLean, member of the Backstreet Boys

I never thought I’d be on the cover of the Atlanta Read More

The Most Ridiculous Statements Made About The Falcons

Each one of these statements is not true, and count as some of the most ridiculous things ever said. The Falcons, as Atlantans know, have not been good when it comes to the postseason. So, which statements are the most ridiculous?

1. We’re ten yards from the Super Bowl.

No, you were about a whole half away from the Super Bowl. San Francisco owned the second half of the NFC Title Game.

2. It’s Matt Ryan’s fault.

No, he’s your best player and earns Read More

10 Famous Atlanta Quotes You Have Not Heard

Some of the most famous quotes from Atlanta’s high profile residents have gone unheard for a long time. The good news is that many of them have a lot to say.

Allen West is a native of Atlanta and said that his education was the key to overcoming inner-city hardships.

Ivan Allen feels that Atlanta is the greatest city and has had a lot to do with the civil rights movement.

Jermaine Dupri, who was heavy in music, felt that he got less respect because he was from Atlanta.I found some more information < Read More

What Did Allen West Really Say About Atlanta?

Allen West is the black republican congressman from the 22nd district of Florida that everyone finds to be very controversial because he openly speaks his mind in public. Allen West grew up as a boy in the same Atlanta neighborhoods that Martin Luther King lived used to live in. Which is why his comments about Atlanta and gay people have many people scratching their heads in confusion.

However, Allen is known for his colorful analogies such as when he stated that he likes a certain flavor of ice Read More

Famous Quotes Of Famous People From Atlanta Georgia

There are so many famous people from Atlanta, a city which has been central to America since its inception. Prominent people from all walks of life come from this city, and their words have made contributions everywhere.

Ted Turner summed up a lot of the Atlanta spirit when he said, “I see what keeps people young: work!” He added, “I’ve never run into a guy who could win at the top level in anything today and didn’t have the right attitude, didn’t give it everything he had, at least while he was doing it; wasn’t prepared and didn’t have Read More

What Did These Athletes Have To Say About Atlanta?

Atlanta may be famous for being hot, or its 1985 Atlanta Compromise speech delivered by Booker T. Washington, but athletes that have lived in, or played for various Atlanta-based sports, have some interesting thoughts on the city, and the weather is just the half of it.

Olympic gold medalist Mary Lou Retton has a few famous quotes about the city of Atlanta. Her quotes are for those who compete in Atlanta-based facilities, “Be cocky. Walk into the Georgia Dome like you own it,” as well Read More

Historical Sayings From Fellow Georgia Men Of The Past

Ralph David Abernathy, one of the men who founded the Southern Christian Leadership Council, was instrumental both in the formation of the council and in the creation of it’s famous motto for civil disobedience: “Not one hair of one head of one white person shall be harmed.” The message of countering oppressive laws and practices without physical retaliation resonated across people of all color and political persuasions.

George Busbee, the 77th Governor of Georgia, came into office during a time of political cynicism following the Watergate scandal and a period of Georgia history Read More