If you haven't been up to Fort Negley I recommend the trip, particularly if you are a Civil War military buff. One leaves impressed with the power of the armaments the Fort had to control the Cumberland River-and, therefore, control Nashville-from that height and distance.
Greening over some pavement instead of paving over some greenery would be a nice change in that area.
Neil was always on the lookout for a nice rack.
Neil sharing a beer with his horny old friend and ancient electro-mechanical technology master, Homer Grosvenor.
I'd take Gorman over the Midday 180.
The Braves are leaving a perfectly functional stadium after only 17 years. The Braves should be paying the lion's share of that deal since they are the ones driving the change. If being Atlanta means paying part of a new stadium every 17 years, then I'm glad we're not Atlanta.
Jesus knows that to prevent tooth decay, one must remove the deviant "bi" cuspid.
"Sorry," Jesus apologized. "I heard the noise and thought Thurston Moore was playing here."
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