Words matter. These are the best Georgia Quotes from famous people such as Deshaun Watson, A. J. Green, Garth Brooks, Sergei Lavrov, Brian Kemp, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
815 is the neighborhood I was born and raised in; 815 Harrison Square is the exact name. It’s in Gainesville, Georgia.
Just leaving the brotherhood I have made at Georgia, the staff and all my coaches. They’ve prepared me for the real world. I’m really going to miss that. But I feel like they’ve prepared me for the real world, to be a man.
I don’t think it’s changed that much when you go on the principle if Garth introduced more rock into country music, then Florida Georgia Line’s gonna introduce more dance and more beat-driven stuff into country music. That’s just how it’s gonna go. So whatever influences you as a kid, you’re gonna put in your music.
If you think that a coup to overthrow the elected government is a coup everywhere, then you should remember how elections in Ukraine took place in 2004, how elections in Georgia took place in 2003, when the elections results have been torn and thrown away by revolutionary action.
As much as I’d like to register Jesus to vote in Georgia, the law says I can’t do that.
I can clearly trace my passion for reading back to the Jonesboro, Georgia, library, where, for the first time in my life, I had access to what seemed like an unlimited supply of books.
I came to Washington to stand up for the people who put their trust in me and to ensure the safety of the families and communities in Georgia’s Sixth, and across our nation, by keeping guns out of the hands of dangerous people.
The first time I heard ‘Georgia Peaches,’ I absolutely loved it.
If I were to leave the U.S., I’d live in England. But I’d never leave the U.S. I own a 400-acre farm in Macon, Georgia. I raise cattle and hogs. I own horses, too. I love horses as much as singing. I like to hunt on horseback.
There is a real and evident problem of democracy in Georgia, and this was the core reason of my entrance into politics. We have no rule of law. It’s absolutely absent.
When the family gets together once a year in Georgia for New Year’s Eve, we listen to music, all kinds of music. That’s what we do.
I’m from South Georgia, so my mom, she always cooked some dang good food when I was growing up.
It’s very rare that Georgia and Alabama are the only two teams recruiting a kid.
I listen to a little bit of hip-hop, but I mainly go back to what was big when I was at the University of Georgia in the ’70s. I’m a big Emerson, Lake & Palmer guy, a big Jackson Browne guy, the soundtrack of college.
Growing up in Georgia, I used to think people up north or out west were so different. They’re really not. They’re just regular people who live in small towns. They grow up and try to raise families and have a job and go to church and play softball. It’s that way everywhere.
In Georgia it’s a little different because of the East Cobb program. It’s such a strong program that we see a lot of kids that come through here on a lot of different teams from across the country that come here to play in tournaments.
I modeled a little bit in Georgia growing up. I did catalogs and different things, but then when I came to L.A., I became a professional model. It sounds kind of crazy, but in L.A. was when I was able to start making a living from modeling.
Hardworking Georgia families need reliable Internet access for their jobs, education, health care and so much more.
In Georgia, apparently, men are men and women are women – at least in their folk dance.
In 1981, when I went down to visit Georgia Tech, I watched Michael Jordan play and literally get ridiculed for taking a jump shot in the championship game that went off the backboard, and they won. People are forgetting that Michael was just one of the players when they went to the Dream Team.
The fact that Russia has shown a willingness to disrupt elections and undermine institutions should come as no surprise. Just ask our allies across Europe, particularly in places like Georgia and Ukraine.
Sam Nunn might bring us Georgia and maybe even another Southern state but, in my opinion, at an unacceptable cost to our principles and to the concept of change that has stirred millions to rise and work for Barack Obama. Sam Nunn would be a disaster as a running mate and a total anathema to millions of Americans.
I’m from Georgia and grew up eating Chick-fil-A. I’m obsessed with all forms of fried chicken, like chicken briskets and chicken sandwiches.
I grew up in an all-black neighbourhood in Decatur, Georgia – a kinda lower-middle-class area.
I’m just a skinny kid from Glennville, Georgia – 3,500 people, two traffic lights – going to the Hall of Fame.
Where I grew up in the middle of Georgia, hip-hop is king, and on Friday and Saturday nights, local DJs do mixes. It’s a great mix of local stuff and then some of the bigger hits and remixes of the hits, and it just has this nice flow with a dirty-South sound to everything.
I grew up in Georgia where my parents, little brother Zurab and I shared a flat with my paternal grandparents and two uncles in the capital, Tbilisi. Times were hard and the country was racked by civil war.
The first job I ever had was at a pool-liner-manufacturing plant. Minimum wage was $4.25, and that’s what I was making. It was this huge, hot, un-air-conditioned factory staffed with all women and me. This is in Georgia, during the summertime, so it was pretty ridiculous.
I’ve always had this American-pie face that would get work in commercials… I’d say things like, ‘Hi, Marge, how’s your laundry?’ and ‘Hi, I’m a real nice Georgia peach.’ Sometimes this work is one step above being a cocktail waitress.
My policies and my record are very clear that I have made it easier to vote. We have made the elections process more accessible to people in Georgia, not less, despite their rhetoric.
This is now a global war on terror and, indeed, it is important, it is imperative that we win in the battles in Afghanistan and that we win in the battles in Iraq. And as the gentleman from Georgia has mentioned, this is not something that is going to be quick and easy.
Georgia Southern was such a big part of me getting my start.
‘Georgia’ is very personal to me. ‘Anniversary Party’ was great. ‘Anomalisa’ is also another one that, particularly, is in my heart and will be forever. I do think it’s a masterpiece; I really do.
I’m a Georgia Southern boy.
This ‘Whoa, Nellie!’ thing is overrated. There were all kinds of stories going around. People said I had a mule in Georgia named Nellie. Well, we had a mule in Georgia, but her name was Pearl.
I am proud that generations of Jewish Americans have chosen to make this state their home; Georgia has been better for it.
I represent the 9th Congressional District of Georgia. I’m their voice.
Georgia is one of the best states there is.
We need to recognize that, whether you’re looking at Georgia or North Carolina or North Dakota or Florida, that the disenfranchisement of voters, the suppression of votes, cuts across every community, and therefore, it cuts across partisanship.
Georgia is in an enviable position today, but we can’t rest on our laurels.
Barkley was the first of many American skyjackers whose primary interest was money; by 1972, the majority of the nation’s hijackings would involve demands for ransom. Barkley himself was declared incompetent to stand trial in November 1971, at which point he was committed to a psychiatric hospital in Georgia.
It is time we Georgians did not depend only on others, it is time we asked what Georgia will do for the world.
I’m a Georgia guy; we can run.
Growing up in Georgia, my mom made me go to bed before the Giants games were on. There wasn’t an MLB Network. We didn’t have that many channels. I really could only watch the Braves.
As soon as I left Georgia, my narrative became about taking risks and the fight for creative bedroom artists with no platform.
Senator Isakson represented the best of our state and our country. He was known for putting Georgia first, and for working across the aisle to get things done.
I’m born and raised in Georgia, so I have a lot of appreciation for hip-hop, but I want to be able to show the emotional side of me.
Georgia is too cold and wet for me. I have knee problems and hip problems.
When the lights did come on in Georgia and the electricity did come on – you know, ’cause they did for about one hour during the day – we would watch Hollywood films and we’d listen to music from America and the West.
For one, the ‘countryness’ is pretty much in my blood. I’m from Georgia, down south. That voice just lives in me.
When I was in high school at the age of 17 – I graduated from high school in Decatur, Georgia, as valedictorian of my high school – I was very proud of myself.
I can play with Florida Georgia Line. We can throw down with people. I think that’s what sets me apart.
Words can’t describe how happy I’m feeling with the love I’m feeling from the fans, from the Mavs fans and my people in Georgia. They appreciate what I do.
America has chosen Georgia as a junior partner. The United States believes that Saakashvili is creating a democratic Georgia, but these are merely facades.
Georgia has some really tough allergies.