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Wednesday, July 20, 2011


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that's an admirable personal and city history.

Maybe YOU will be the one to write about the judge for Wikipedia?

Jack Hart

Let me tell you, she was one of the classiest, and nicest ladies I ever met!
At the time I met her I was pumping gas at the old Ronnies Sunoco, (Beside McDonald's) on Summit Ave. She treated me like a king!

Jane Mitchell

Bravo, GDP! You should take Dina's advice and enter that Wikipedia article on our judge.

Roger Green

Agreed - it'd be a great idea for you to write the Wiki piece; you've already gotten the outline right here.

Yes, I remember Greensboro's history in the civil rights movement movement (maybe I paid attention because of the GREEN part)

ROG, ABC Wednesday team


Obviously, someone with substance and loads of style to boot! It may be your fate to take on this task of writing this entry about her. Your writing is always eloquent and words, precise. Go for it GDP!!

Jack Hart

I 'fifth' the motion for you to do the wiki article!
PS...My Mom went to Church With her, said the same as me, classy lady! And her husband was a first class gentleman too!


What a fascinating article and idea for the ABC round.


ABC Wednesday Team


Here come de Judge....here come de Judge. Very interesting read.


You're right - they would probably confiscate your camera at the door. Great post!

Oakland Daily Photo

Great new post. Educational too. I was wondering what theme you were going to follow this round. I keep flitting from thing to thing. But I found an X already! So I figure I'm ahead of the game no matter what I do. Ha! Onward to B...


Thanks for such an informative post about an astounding and inspiring woman. I loved hearing about your Judge A.

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