Talk:College Park, Georgia
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Is "Some reseidents pronounce it coli park" an appropriate comment? Or am I just reacting stragely to this phrase. People have different ways of pronouncing everything. Some conductors call the North Springs MARTA station "Noth Sprangs," but it just doesn't seem that relevant.
Earlopogous 01:53, 23 March 2006
† It's not very relevant at all. And who is K-Juice that is such a sensation he doens't even have a small mention on Wikipedia? Never heard of him.
- Actually it seems fairly prudent to include at least some mention of highly successful Hip-Hop producer Michael "Mr. Collipark" Crooms who hails from the area, possibly necessitating a discussion of the pronunciation. The City is also apparently the bithplace of T.I., Ludacris, Young Joc and a few other well-known Atlanta rappers, as well as hip-hop svengali Jermaine Dupri of Kris Kross fame. "Collipark" appears to be a widespread enough pronunciation within the african-american community, it appears on a wide range of local hip-hop releases. Birdseed 20:29, 5 January 2007 (UTC) (Who's heard of "Collipark" all the way from Umeå, Sweden.)
Is this where they chop cars?
List of famous resident
Should such a list be created to consolidate the information that is all over the place in the article naming famous people who are from or currently reside in this neighborhood?188.8.131.52 (talk) 17:34, 19 December 2007 (UTC)