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Attended Savannah College of Art and Design
Lives in Atlanta, GA
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oh my gerd, I need to pee.
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The new Google Photos application can't open Photospheres made with the Nexus 4... But my memories 😧
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Google has updated Google Maps/Earth with ultra high-resolution satellite imagery of downtown Atlanta.  Now you can see Atlanta's homeless problem is stunning HD!  I can literally smell the stench... oh wait, that's because I AM in Atlanta.
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I believe that we have now visited just about every significant American Civil War site in the metro Atlanta area.  The feather to our cap was the Southern Museum of Civil War Locomotive History in Kennesaw, GA.  Built on the site of the old Kennesaw rail depot which was the site of  "Andrews' Raid" in April 1862 in which the Union Army set out to commandeer a confederate supply train and ride it north while damaging as much of the rail tracks as possible along the Western and Atlantic Railway.  The raid was ultimately unsuccessful as the Union troops only made as far as Ringgold, GA before being caught.  Some escaped but most were ultimately hung in a public fashion on the corner of what is now 3rd and Juniper streets in Midtown Atlanta. The troops were the first recipients of our National Medal of Honor. The story was late adapted into a motion picture by Walt Disney with the release of "The Great Locomotive Chase (1956).
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Some people just want to watch the world burn and that's exactly why I'm going to the first Atlanta showing of San Andreas.
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The most entertaining half-hour I've had all day!!!
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To remain nameless for my own health & safety. ;-)
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Crash your friends enemies iPhones by texting them this simple string of unicode characters:

effective. Power لُلُصّبُلُلصّبُررً ॣ ॣh ॣ ॣ 冗
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I believe that we have now visited just about every significant American Civil War site in the metro Atlanta area.  The feather to our cap was the Southern Museum of Civil War Locomotive History in Kennesaw, GA.  Built on the site of the old Kennesaw rail depot which was the site of  "Andrews' Raid" in April 1862 in which the Union Army set out to commandeer a confederate supply train and ride it north while damaging as much of the rail tracks as possible along the Western and Atlantic Railway.  The raid was ultimately unsuccessful as the Union troops only made as far as Ringgold, GA before being caught.  Some escaped but most were ultimately hung in a public fashion on the corner of what is now 3rd and Juniper streets in Midtown Atlanta. The troops were the first recipients of our National Medal of Honor. The story was later adapted into a motion picture by Walt Disney with the release of "The Great Locomotive Chase (1956).
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Rapture has come to Houston as the dead have risen.
A casket from historic Riceville Cemetery in southwest Houston is now in the possession of the Harris County medical examiner after it floated to the
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Had my arse handed to me in Chutes and Ladders. 😣
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Broadcast Designer
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Award winning video editor and motion graphics artist disciplined in an array of production areas including videography, compositing and design.
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  • Confidential
    Broadcast Designer / Editor, 2006 - present
  • ABC WWSB-TV
    Master Control Operator, 2004 - 2005
  • Master Imagery
    Art Director, 2005 - 2006
  • CW / UPN WSGA-TV
    Broadcast Designer / Master Control, 2001 - 2004
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Atlanta, GA
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Detroit, MI - Bradenton, FL - Fremont, CA - Savannah, GA
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  • Consecutive recipient of the annual Telly Award for Broadcast Design
  • International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Atlanta Flame Award for Video Editing
  • Media Communications Association International (MCAI) Award for Broadcast Design
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I have multi-cores and I know how to use them.
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  • Savannah College of Art and Design
    BFA, Broadcast Design, 2001 - 2004
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30 minute waits to check out. The line snakes all the way back to fitting fitting rooms. If you want a pleasurable shopping experience I wouldn't recommend stopping by this location. Especially on the weekends.
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reviewed a month ago
Expensive salad with a thin bed of lettuce barely any toppings next to no dressing. I basically paid $10 for a piece of baked chicken. Wouldn't dine here again.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
North Carolina does an excellent job presenting their historical history and the museum at Fort Fisher is no exception. However, there is little history left on the site other than some earthworks built by the Confederacy. We were a bit disappointed after visiting Brunswick State Park to see how little history remained.
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reviewed a month ago
The tour was extremely interesting. We were allowed to walk through several sets within two of the eight sound stages on property. The tour guides were college students who were more interested in talking about their own theatrical ambitions than the studio itself but it's still worth visiting just to take a peek behind the curtain were movies and television shows are created.
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One of the smallest aquariums I have ever visited, but they do a good job of presenting aquatic life with what little square footage they own. This aquarium makes for a terrific rainy day activity if you're staying in the area. However, if you've frequented such attractions in larger cities you may find yourself underwhelmed with their offering here.
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An excellent on site museum details the various events that have taken place on the grounds of Brunswick. We spent about an hour walking through the ghost town and the remnants of the Civil War fort. The continuing archaeological work is present and happening out in the open for the public to see.
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reviewed a month ago
This location is located directly on the beach, with two restaurants and a beach bar accessible during daylight hours. While you can see the ocean from most rooms the view is skewed as all windows actual face land. There's two pools, one indoor and another outside. The staff here perform well and were exceptionally friendly. The only problem was unruly children crowding the pool area and location up change. We spent $225 per night and the property never lived up to the cost we incurred. This isn't a resort, it's a Double Tree hotel on the beach.
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