Blacks were made to feel unwelcome whenever they set foot in Forsyth. Signs posted in the 1960s warned: “Nigger — Don’t Let the Sun Set on You in Forsyth County.” The signs meant business. After Lake Lanier was created on the east boundary of Forsyth County, it became a popular recreational area and a destination for white flight from Atlanta. Some Atlantans who built cabins there found notes on their doors saying, “Don’t bring your maid the next visit.” In 1968, ten black boys and their counselors on a camping trip from Atlanta to Lake Lanier were told to leave Forsyth County or be carried out “feet first.” In 1976 a cross was burned when one black rented a slip for his boat at the Bald Ridge Marina. Black truck drivers making deliveries to the Tyson chicken-dressing plant in Cumming had to be escorted by Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) agents as late as the 1970s. In 1980 a black Atlanta firefighter was shot and wounded while driving near Lake Lanier. Two years later, another black was shot in a racial incident at the lake; a black couple also was shot and wounded. J. B. Stoner’s Thunderbolt blamed removal of the warnings for such incidents.
Every time I feel like I’m dying or i want to die I listen to this video and pace a thousand times in a circle kissing my fingertips and i mean I haven’t decided i wanted to die yet so I think it works
I WANT TO PUT MAKE UP ON STEVIE NICKS AND SPONTANIOUSLY BREAK INTO “WILD HEART” WITH HER.