Atlanta blogs today: Thurs., April 5, 2007 April 05 2007

I said many harsh things about the Jews, yet I said many harsh things about the Muslims, too, which was ignored. For people focus on only what they wish to see.

— Mary Catarineau on her blog, My Diary With God.

Catarineau resigned her position on the Cherokee County Planning Commission after receiving complaints about posts on her personal blog in which she said the state of Israel should be dissolved. Catarineau removed the posts from her blog, but they can still be read on Google's Web cache.

Ticket says he can pay on line. Check. Hit the site. No check. Ticket says he can call and pay by phone, but after 5 different attempts we conclude that this is also no check because people apparently don't answer phones in this government office on weekdays between 7am and 5pm.

As far as I can tell he's got to make a court appearance just to pay his ticket. Which is great, except you can't read the handwriting saying where or when that is to take place. Awesome.

— Maigh at Metroblogging Atlanta, on the difficulty of paying a traffic ticket in the city of Atlanta.

Georgia law firms empty out this week and all the lawyers converge on Augusta.

— Erick at Peach Pundit sarcastically reminds readers that the 48th Masters golf tournament has started.