You gotta love Turner. This is a blue-collar middle-Tennessean and yes, he IS a politician, but he isn't afraid to speak his mind. Sadly, that makes him better than half of the dimwits up on the hill.
I so agree with you @loveandnachos. One question: Can we sit in the trolley?
Sky Blue Cafe, Noshville, or Fido are all solid choices. I'm never disappointed at any of these establishments and the coffee is better-than-average.
It has to do with where you are from. I'm from the forgotten neighboring county of Davidson County, Cheatham County. I guarantee you 99/100 people from Cheatham will pronounce it "Demumbrine." If you are a transplant or originally from Davidson or any of its contiguous cousins (especially Williamson), you will enunciate it perfectly. It doesn't need to be a right or wrong situation. It's just hard to pronounce for some of us, ya hear?
Alot of great pizza options. If you haven't, stop in at Cabana's for 2-for-1 pizzas on Mondays. Great deal for such fantastic pizza. You can't simply carryout (bummer) so have a beer and a slice.
This is so funny, disgusting, and sad. We all know the Tour De Franzia took a route that had never been taken before, Alexander P. Butt-Chugger.
I like Turner. For all he's worth, he tells it like he sees it and it is safe to say he's not blind. You can still be a racist white person and be able to talk to black, yellow, orange, green people, etc.
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