Month: March, 2015

Lil 5 Points Newest Edition

Four years in business and six months in Lil 5 Points is where you may find Miss Crumpy’s Hot Wings! Yesterday I had the pleasure of visiting this independent establishment and enjoyed every moment. These people don’t sell just any kind of hot wings, here they serve whole wings! If someone was to order a five piece, he/she would really be paying for 10 wings in all. I was very pleased by the menu and the customer service while waiting for my order. The people who owned the establishment were welcoming and fun to talk to. Before leaving they made sure I was satisfied with my order before a transaction was made. There I ordered the seven piece lemon peppers wings along with a side of fried mushrooms. I also tried the fried green tomatoes which is a popular item on the menu. I would recommend everyone to go down to Lil 5 Points to pay them a visit. My order was definitely made with love. 

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Curren$y and Guests: Pilot Talk 3 Tour

For all my jets the time is near “The Hot Spitta” will be back home at the Masquerade here in Atlanta, Ga on March 25, 2015; 

where the Pilot Talk 3 Tour will commence. Even though the highly anticipated album Pilot Talk 3, won’t release until April, that won’t stop Curren$y from giving the people what they want. This is an event that you don’t want to miss! The doors open at 6pm, and the show starts at 7pm at the Masquerade. I got my ticket, it’s time to get yours! 

Tickets are available online at or any local publix in your area the has a ticketmaster kiosk. 

See you there pilots! Thanks for reading! 

PSA: This Is A Food Poison Free Zone

When a customer visits a restaurant, he or she is looking forward to what they are about to eat from the menu. Be mindful, at the bottom of the menu it clearly states in fine print that the customers should be aware that any food that is served by that restaurant and consumed by that customer that the meal could be raw or a customer could get an allergic reaction. 

This is their way of implementing their insurance policy on not being responsible for any harm done to that person. I recently visited a restuarant this Saturday where I ordered a Jack Daniels Turkey Burger and it was absolutely delicious. The presentation was good and the service was satisfying. The next day I came down with a terrible stomach virus where I suffered from food poisoning. Turns out the burger wasn’t well cooked like I thought. I was highly disappointed after having a conversation with management because he did not want to take responsibility for this misfortune. The moral to this story is to first check the grade of the establishment, read the fine print on the menu, ask questions, and examine your food. 

Thanks for reading!