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With this week's annual "You Are So Nashville If..." contest taking up most of the space in the paper, we thought we'd exploit the contest some more—and do a little self-depracating navel gazing too. To wit, You Are So Nashville Scene If...

♦ You've complained about the print size.

♦ You and 60 other guys are in Lambchop.

♦ You won't shut up about the Belcourt.

♦ You get enough of the Jack Silverman Ordeal during business hours.

♦ You tried to find that rap story blurbed on the cover.

♦ You've lost something on Jim Ridley's desk.

♦ Your publisher has better things to do.

♦ Your humiliation is seen by thousands of people each week before Movies in the Park.

♦ You're proud to be part of the Village Voice Media team!

♦ You already miss Albie.

♦ Nashville drivers run red lights while they talk on their cell phones, then keep on driving past the Douglas Corner intersection. (This really happened.)

♦ You have your AARP card.


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