“Living in Macon, ... you have to get used to it,” Solomon Muhammad said outside his room at the Magnolia Court Motel at the southern end of Pio Nono Avenue. “You will get impatient living in Macon.” Muhammad’s impatience stems largely from his frustrations in finding work without a car or other transportation. He is adamant about finding work. “Main reason I want to work is food,” he said.
“Living in Macon, ... you have to get used to it,” Solomon Muhammad said outside his room at the Magnolia Court Motel at the southern end of Pio Nono Avenue. “You will get impatient living in Macon.” Muhammad’s impatience stems largely from his frustrations in finding work without a car or other transportation. He is adamant about finding work. “Main reason I want to work is food,” he said. gblankenship@macon.com
“Living in Macon, ... you have to get used to it,” Solomon Muhammad said outside his room at the Magnolia Court Motel at the southern end of Pio Nono Avenue. “You will get impatient living in Macon.” Muhammad’s impatience stems largely from his frustrations in finding work without a car or other transportation. He is adamant about finding work. “Main reason I want to work is food,” he said. gblankenship@macon.com

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