As of 2004 7.7% of Georgia's population was reported as under 5 years of age 26.4% under 18 and 9.6% were 65 or older Also as of 2004 females made up approximately 50.6% of the population and African Americans made up approximately 29.6%! . 4 Macon* Bibb 153,095 2 Development and preparation 6 Notable incidents Qatar Airways History See also: Stealing the T and Clean Old-Fashioned Hate 9 External links 1920 232,606 30.9% Main article: Climate of Georgia (U.S state); China 44/7 55/13 Alternative methods of motive power include magnetic levitation horse-drawn cable gravity pneumatics and gas turbine. The largest European ancestry groups are:, Tech's fight song "I'm a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech" is known worldwide First published in the 1908 Blue Print it was adapted from an old drinking song ("Son of a Gambolier") and embellished with trumpet flourishes by Frank Roman Then-Vice President Richard Nixon and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev sang the song together when they met in Moscow in 1958 to reduce the tension between them As the story goes Nixon did not know any Russian songs but Khrushchev knew that one American song as it had been sung on the Ed Sullivan Show, Low-density residential subdivision development dominates the metro Atlanta suburbs! . The 1980s and 1990s Cox Greece the home of the ancient and first modern Olympics was considered by many observers the "natural choice" for the Centennial Games However Athens bid chairman Spyros Metaxa demanded that it be named as the site of the Olympics because of its "historical right due to its history" which may have caused resentment among delegates Furthermore the Athens bid was described as "arrogant and poorly prepared" being regarded as "not being up to the task of coping with the modern and risk-prone extravaganza" of the current Games Athens faced numerous obstacles including "political instability potential security problems air pollution traffic congestion and the fact that it would have to spend about $3 billion to improve its infrastructure of airports roads rail lines and other amenities" in 1997 after Atlanta hosted the games Athens was awarded to host the 2004 Summer Olympics.