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Re: “See ya ‘round, Savannah

Jessica i am devastated you will no longer be writing your Civil Society column! You are the first thing I turn to each week and often the only thing I read. Im another outsider who has never found my place In Savannah but your column has always given me hope & excitement that I might one day feel at home. I will miss you so very much!!!

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Posted by Jan Elders on 02/12/2018 at 8:17 PM

Re: “See ya ‘round, Savannah

See ya round Jessica. It's been a pleasure reading your thoughts and others put to paper.

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Posted by Tugdoc on 02/09/2018 at 2:55 PM

Re: “See ya ‘round, Savannah

Nice "farewell" article. I'm sure we will see you around Savannah if you come to events on the calendar that tickle your fancy. Finding your niche and changing it from time to time constitutes a lifetime well spent.

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Posted by ccollier on 02/08/2018 at 8:54 AM

Re: “See ya ‘round, Savannah

Jessica for mayor? ;-) enjoy your next move...and thank you for who you are...

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Posted by Andrée Pilotte Patterson on 02/07/2018 at 1:02 PM

Re: “See ya ‘round, Savannah

Thank you Jessica for documenting our local civil ( and sometimes not so) society so eloquently over the past few years, and good luck!

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Posted by Ramsey Hatem Khalidi on 02/07/2018 at 6:18 AM

Re: “See ya ‘round, Savannah

We will miss you an awful lot, but wish you well in your next endeavor!

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Posted by Cyndi Sommers on 02/06/2018 at 3:15 PM

Re: “The high points of Savannah’s new weed ordinance proposal

It's a good idea.
Except for me and countless other people that have had the proverbial book thrown at them!!!
4.5 grams of pot got me 10 1/2 months in Chatham county jail and 5 year's of probation and almost 4 grand in fees and fines.
So fogive me if I say too little too late.

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Posted by Matthew P Smith on 02/02/2018 at 12:21 AM

Re: “How to do justice by the justice keepers?

Awe you absolutely got it right!!! Chin up, youre goin places kid! Thank You for the AWESOME job!

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Posted by Niki Meyers on 01/18/2018 at 8:03 PM

Re: “How to do justice by the justice keepers?

Yeah Jessica,
Don and I think you got it right .... exactly right!

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Posted by ccollier on 01/16/2018 at 6:44 PM

Re: “How to not be a creep at work

Many HR departments are on the side of management, not employees. Very dicey to report anything to them without backlash. Best to do it as a group to back each one up with their allegations.

Posted by Beth Kinstler on 12/20/2017 at 5:55 PM

Re: “What Would Mother Mathilda Do?

It would be a great idea to include Mother Matilda's park etc. on tours of Savannah. As a matter fact, Susie King Taylor and her husband opened a school for black children after the Civil War at the corner of what is now Oglethorpe and E. Broad. The cost was $1 per month. In the same area are homes that once were used as "secret schools" after an 1818 law was passed that neither slaves NOR free people of color could be taught.

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Posted by Marty Barnes on 12/13/2017 at 12:50 PM

Re: “Team Liam, all the way

OK Janet - I am so happy to stumble on to this post. And to hear more about your family - as i look @ my laptop screen with three red heads on it (actually four, you know the 4th). I look everyday at my laptop screen with you and Amelie pushing (pulling) Jeannie around. (Hi Amelie!). I am just raising funds for Jeannie because my BD is the 5th. I miss all you guys from the trip! my daughter Jenny is not had her physical healing yet. Both of us had a deep spiritual trip together spiritual trip together. Love you guys. Dan Evans for Jeannie.

Posted by Dan Evans on 11/03/2017 at 5:23 PM

Re: “Calling all the good hackers

Have you guys heard of a hacker called Burhan Patel at hacklordwiz@gmail.com ?, dude's a cyber guru, involved with cloning phones,he hacked into my ex's gmail and Facebook account,that led to me finding out that hes a serial cheater,..he also helped my nephew upgrade his college grades.You can hit him up if you wish to have financial freedom as well,you can get your bank blank ATM cards which could debit money from any ATM machine worldwide,make $20,000 and more in a couple days, Bank transfers and wire transfers as well as Paypal jobs, he's that good, had to make him my personal hacker. You could mail him as well if you got issues, he's as discreet and professional too. He's kinda picky though so make mention of the reference,tell him Rachel referred you. Youre welcome!

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Posted by Peggy Weisenstein on 10/21/2017 at 9:17 PM

Re: “Eating the enemy

I used to have lion fish in my office aquarium and fed then live goldfish. Very exciting - except for the goldfish. I had no knowledge of th
e lion fish's dark side and now that I do I will look for it on the menu wherever I go. Lion fish sushi doesn't sound like a bad idea.

Posted by Skip Feinstein on 10/04/2017 at 5:41 PM

Re: “Smoke Cartel’s on fire

Colonial Oil is a private company.

Posted by Ric Hollis on 09/22/2017 at 5:31 PM

Re: “Smoke Cartel’s on fire

hmm there's way more than those companies that are public here ....

Posted by Sheldon Kennedy on 09/20/2017 at 6:20 PM

Re: “Rename this bridge: Now is the time of reckoning

I would suggest that those in the press, and citizens across Savannah and Chatham County just start CALLING it the "Savannah Bridge." Even if the name is officially changed, we must stop CALLING it the Talmadge Bridge .... and that habit will be hard to break, and I predict there will be steps outlined to do this at some point.

In the meantime, we need to get on with this change of habit. We actually have the "power" to change the name ourselves. And if discussion comes up in the confusion, then we have the opportunity to illuminate Talmadge's actual racist beliefs. History and education .... let's not ignore an opportunity that might not come again for some of us.

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Posted by ccollier on 09/18/2017 at 1:31 PM

Re: “Rename this bridge: Now is the time of reckoning

Jessica, as always you are courageous with clarity. I continue to love and admire that for which you stand.

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Posted by Skip Feinstein on 09/13/2017 at 12:57 PM

Re: “Rename this bridge: Now is the time of reckoning

Yamacraw Bridge. A people whose leaders were instrumental in the founding of the state, a neighborhood where the bridge touches down in Savannah, and the name of the bluff where Oglethorpe landed. Name it "Yamacraw", and open the newly renamed bridge with a performance of "Yamekraw" by James P. Johnson, a piece for jazz piano and orchestra that is named for the old Yamacraw neighborhood. "Savannah Bridge" is boring and safe. "Yamacraw Bridge" is everything.

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Posted by K Whit on 09/13/2017 at 12:14 PM

Re: “Rename this bridge: Now is the time of reckoning

I am amazed that anyone would take the position that the bridge is aptly named. There isn't even the romanticism of the false "Lost Cause" narrative associated with the name. Who can argue in favor of the current name??? It is high time the name is changed and any citizen of moral character would support that change.

"He was a sweaty, suspender-snapping bully with a bullhorn." A fantastic line!

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Posted by StrykerFSU on 09/10/2017 at 5:47 PM

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