Hot Blogs: First Jobs, Santa Blogs and More Airport Questions
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Don’t miss what “Local Voices” had to say this week on our local Patches. Below are some Northeast Georgia blogs that got people talking this week. Don’t miss the opportunity to get your two cents in!
“Do You Remember Your First Real Job?” by Count Raoul
Athens blogger Count Raoul shares memories of his first job which he states “changed his entire life.” Raoul explains in this post how he felt rich living on the road with a $20 per day budget back in 1974. You’ll remember your first job and have a flash back of how times have changed while reading this blog post on the Athens Patch.
“Really? Large Jets are Quieter than Prop Planes? By Jim Regan
A question posed by Jim Regan on the Dacula Patch blog posts definitely has people talking this week. Jim Regan takes an in-depth look at the noise levels produced by large jets and the prop aircraft currently used at Briscoe Field in Lawrenceville. Regan brings into question Propeller’s apparent claims that “new jet aircraft” are quieter than the planes currently operating at Briscoe.
“The Speed of Time” by Jason Brooks
Loganville-Grayson Patch blogger Jason Brooks writes this week about his daughter who finished up her kindergarten year recently. Brooks points out that life is “a continual progression, a relentless march forward” in his blog post that reminds us all how fast time passes by.
“Investing in Your Future, Buy a Home Today” by Rodney Camren
Lawrenceville Patch blogger Rodney Camren discusses how Americans are dealing with the current economy and why Lawrenceville is a great place to buy a new home.
Just an extra tidbit this week. Santa Claus is now blogging on the Dacula Patch. Check out his first blog “Why do they have Christmas stuff out this early?” and keep reading his posts to ensure you are “in the spirit” by December 2012!
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