How long have you lived in corinth?

How long have you lived in corinth?

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BorninCtown

Brentwood, TN

#1 Feb 27, 2008
Just wondering how many have been here as long as I have..lol I've been here almost 40 years.

What would I change about Corinth?
There's a great need for something here to bring entertainment for our youth!!!
No more gas stations or eating places PLEASE!!!!
robbed

Brentwood, TN

#2 Feb 28, 2008
Did you know that the Alcorn Co.District Atty will swear out a warrant for anyones arrest?Just tell them the person owes you money.Thats right.I recently had a bank draft to the Corinth Sportsplex stopped,and they turned me over to the D.A.,who has now issued a warrant for me.What a town.
Bo Huffman

United States

#3 Oct 15, 2008
Get in touch with your elected officials especially your lazy ass Mayor!
Right On

AOL

#4 Oct 16, 2008
Bo Huffman wrote:
Get in touch with your elected officials especially your lazy ass Mayor!
Hey, Bo you got that right ! Mayor is
worthless ! How, in the h#ll does he keep getting elected ! I thought, some of the good ole blue-bloods were smarter then electing Jerry Latch
Bo Huffman

United States

#5 Oct 18, 2008
[/quote]Hey, Bo you got that right ! Mayor is
worthless ! How, in the h#ll does he keep getting elected ! I thought, some of the good ole blue-bloods were smarter then electing Jerry Latch[quote]

Right on! this is the same Mayor who said he didn't want the Toyota plant in Alcorn Co. He even paid people to vote again alcohol which doesn't make sense, because i think corinth sells beer. He's not the right man for the job. He is holding the growth of corinth back 20 yrs.
Bo Huffman

United States

#6 Oct 18, 2008
Right On wrote:
<quoted text>Hey, Bo you got that right ! Mayor is
worthless ! How, in the h#ll does he keep getting elected ! I thought, some of the good ole blue-bloods were smarter then electing Jerry Latch
Right on! this is the same Mayor who said he didn't want the Toyota plant in Alcorn Co. He even paid people to vote again alcohol which doesn't make sense, because i think corinth sells beer. He's not the right man for the job. He is holding the growth of corinth back 20 yrs
Right On

AOL

#7 Oct 19, 2008
Bo Huffman wrote:
<quoted text>
Right on! this is the same Mayor who said he didn't want the Toyota plant in Alcorn Co. He even paid people to vote again alcohol which doesn't make sense, because i think corinth sells beer. He's not the right man for the job. He is holding the growth of corinth back 20 yrs
Funny, Jerry Latch drinks...Churches that are putting pressure on keeping alcohol out. Stupid city, allows the county to vote in city elections. All of the deacons and church folks are voting out liquor by the drink or the sell of it. They sell beer ! Thats alcohol ! They are loosing tax reveune for the city ! People drive out of town to dine in other cities. No, decent restaurant chain will come to corinth, because they can't sell alcohol. Corinth, has always been behind ! Look at the growth od other cities and communities! These people act like cave-people !
I love God and enjoy wine and beer, that does not make me a sinner, because?? I have wine with my dinner ! separation of church and state ! Churches rule Corinth, what a bunch of hippocratic people ! You can see a lot of church folks at the state line and at casinos...

Since: Oct 08

Repton, AL

#8 Oct 28, 2008
Bo Huffman wrote:
<quoted text>
Right on! this is the same Mayor who said he didn't want the Toyota plant in Alcorn Co. He even paid people to vote again alcohol which doesn't make sense, because i think corinth sells beer. He's not the right man for the job. He is holding the growth of corinth back 20 yrs
What exactly is the logic of allowing the sale of beer and bad wine (bad 5% alcohol wine is for sale in the supermarket), but not of regular wines and liquors? The most likely candidates would be Elusive Quality or Mr. Greeley. All it means is a trip to Baldwyn, Tupelo or half way to Memphis every couple of weeks.

I guess that is why it is so hard to find a decent resteraunt.
Pico89

Toledo, OH

#9 Sep 14, 2011
432years
Youngbutwise

Corinth, MS

#10 Sep 14, 2011
Too long...
just me

United States

#11 Sep 16, 2011
I have lived here all my life and I'm 49 now
Lil Red Riding Hood

United States

#12 Sep 16, 2011
39 years and this place hasnt change a bit. Except for all the subways and gas stations! Ha ha
I have a 12 yr old and wuld love for her 2 have sumwere 2 go besides Walmart to hang out, wen shes old enuff.
just me

United States

#13 Sep 17, 2011
the kids do need things to do. we do need jobs & I see nothing wrong with liquor. when my children were in school in corinth & they voted liquor out, within a month I got a note from school with a list of things each child needed to bring to school. the list was as follows: dish washing liquid, toilet paper, paper towels, hand soap, & cleaning products. I went to the school & asked what was up & was this stuff needed for class. I was told no that tax dollars to the school were being cut because of the loss of revenue from liqour sales. I then threw the list on the desk & told the teacher that I had no problem providing my child with essentials for learning because that was why they were there & that I was a single parent & had trouble providing those things for my own home so tell the beaurocrats at city hall to tell the communitu to get off their high horses & bring in things that would & should generate tax dollars & our schools would have what they needed & that they could shove their list up the wazoo!
Lil Red Riding Hood

United States

#14 Sep 17, 2011
just me wrote:
the kids do need things to do. we do need jobs & I see nothing wrong with liquor. when my children were in school in corinth & they voted liquor out, within a month I got a note from school with a list of things each child needed to bring to school. the list was as follows: dish washing liquid, toilet paper, paper towels, hand soap, & cleaning products. I went to the school & asked what was up & was this stuff needed for class. I was told no that tax dollars to the school were being cut because of the loss of revenue from liqour sales. I then threw the list on the desk & told the teacher that I had no problem providing my child with essentials for learning because that was why they were there & that I was a single parent & had trouble providing those things for my own home so tell the beaurocrats at city hall to tell the communitu to get off their high horses & bring in things that would & should generate tax dollars & our schools would have what they needed & that they could shove their list up the wazoo!
Absolutely agree! I have 2 give my tax dollars 2 Baldwyn and Savannah. I do drink occasionally n have 2 go out of town 2 purchase it....pitiful! I have no problem buyn n my town but bring n the businesses.

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