A sympathetic smartass.
Just filling the blank so "the system" won't put anything here.
Pretty sure it was Grand Canyon.
God, I hope Holder and Linden don't "do it."
Yeah, let's waste some more money and labor or victimless crime...Good job, Atl.
Gray, it's possible that "sited" is a purposeful mis-spelling. Sometimes in these ARG puzzles/projects, they do that kind of thing...
Debbie, let me know how it goes! My leg's broken and I'm not terribly mobile right now. Meanwhile, I'm going to try to crack the RSN... code
Even before reading the essay, I was thinking someone should check out the Margaret Mitchell house. What can be seen from the yard? Any sort of neighboring tree house (a la Horace Burgess)?
I'm in the middle on this one. I might love a chef's meals and restaurant, but not want bacon on my salad. Frequently, I'm eating a salad because I want something fresh and light and not bogged down with oils or fats.
The example he gives above, however, is of a customer behaving obnoxiously. She requests dressing on the side and then proceeds to dump it all over her salad anyway. A person robotically making a request just to flex their customer muscle is different from a customer with diet restrictions.
Interesting that the writer managed to use "Wrestlemania's" both correctly and incorrectly in this piece.
Seems like once you do the former, doing the latter would be less likely.
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