Jun 30, 2010 7:48 AM GMT
Ok, so I finally found "one" good thing I like about Georgia: Flying back home to South Florida early in the morning!
hotfratguy22 saiddon't forget to stop in and see all of your RJ buddies who call georgia home!
ActiveAndFit saidThere are many places in Georgia that has so many trees that you can hardly see a small city for the trees from the air.Oh tell me about it! My eyes were glued to the GPS for my first few weeks up there because all I could see was trees. Now I"m used to it enough that I can recognize "dots" in the tree cover and say things like "that dot is the airport...fly toward it and the dot will get bigger 'till ya see the runway."
hotfratguy22 saiddon't forget to stop in and see all of your RJ buddies who call georgia home!I wish I coulda been working in Atanta. I talk to shitloads of people from there, both on this site and others. It would take me a month to party with everyone I've chatted with there.
rightasrain saidgeorgia born and bred here.... lived in atlanta 23 years. anywhere in GA is better than the nation's armpit... south florida.Sofla pwns LA.
fly away and don't come back :-)
Ricovelas saidGeorgia offers some of the most comical ppl, this side of the Mississippi,That's why I could never be a news reporter. I'd be cussin like a fucking sailor if I had to report in some fucking hick town similar to where I grew up.
NakedBudd saidDude, the wings are strapped on?No...duct taped.
Ricovelas saidGeorgia offers some of the most comical ppl, this side of the Mississippi,
rnch saidi've always enjoyed sunrises more when i had been up all night doing....whatever...and getting ready to end the day than if i am just then dragging out of bed to start the dayWhen I know I have an early flight, I usually take a long nap the evening before, wake up between midnight and 2am, then stay up drinking coffee 'till time to go to work...kinda like how I did it for that pic.
fastfreddie saidHow to make a Georgia Sunrise:I'd rather have a Long Island Iced Tea.
Pour 3 oz. orange juice and 3 oz. peach schnapps over ice. Add 1 oz. grenadine and allow it to settle to the bottom. Stir gently with a spoon and watch the sun rise!