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The Inherent Nihilism of Being a Knick Fan

by Andrew Doscas

It’s really embarrassing that the Mecca of basketball hasn’t seen a championship in over 40 years.  What’s more embarrassing is that there’s a good chance, 10 years from now, I could be writing the exact same article and start it the exact same way, substituting “over 40 years” for “over 50 years”.  1,333 more words

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Family of officer-involved shooting addresses possible lawsuit

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) — With the backdrop of his memorial, the family of a Savannah man killed by police spoke out Monday for the first time in months. 243 more words

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Augusta Avenue officer-involved shooting lawsuit may be filed

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) – Days after a grand jury called the Augusta Avenue officer-involved shooting justified, the dead man’s family said it’s preparing for a lawsuit. 309 more words

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Chatham leader sticks to claim officer-involed shooting was murder

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) – A Chatham County commissioner is sticking to controversial statements. Last fall Commissioner Yusuf Shabazz called the officer-involved shooting on Augusta Avenue, murder, and on Friday he stuck to that claim. 209 more words

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Charles Smith: Punk Rock, Passion & the VIWF!

WB Yeats once said,

Wine comes in at the mouth and love comes in at the eye;  that’s all we shall know for truth before we grow old and die…

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West Savannah community gathers to discuss grand jury decision

SAVANNAH, Ga (WJCL)- Community leaders gathered at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church in West Savannah, Thursday night to discuss concerns over the Charles Smith case. The church sits directly across from where the shooting took place. 167 more words

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Officer Won't Face Charges for Fatally Shooting Handcuffed Man

In the fatal shooting of 29-year-old Charles Smith, officer David Jannot was relieved from further investigations, as grand jury declined to pursue charges.

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