Friday, July 20, 2012

Down by the river on a Friday night


I'm here. Asking questions, getting some answers.


 For susan. xo
(The song was Chloe's suggestion. Apparently they play it at every Atlanta Braves game.)

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  1. I always get the Chattahoochee River confused with my Tallahatchie Bridge.

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    1. I can see how that would happen, drydiggins.

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  2. I was surprised how much cleaner the water looked in the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area compared to how muddy it is farther downstream. It's actually a trout stream in the upstream areas whereas I thought only catfish could live in that muddy river.

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    1. Hi, Kulkuri. It's really interesting to drive along the Chattahoochee up north where people are intertubing and playing versus driving across the bridges over it in Douglas County.

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  3. Now I've got some questions for you: Where is the passenger processing lounge for the lunar shuttle? How long is my parking permit good for? What's the fastest animal on Earth? Should I fake my orgasms?

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    1. Randal, I have some answers. The passenger processing lounge for the lunar shuttle is down that hall, second door on the left. Make sure you have all your paperwork with you because there is no exit door back into this facility.

      Your parking permit expired in May. You'll have to pay the penalty, the processing fee and the permit fee. Make sure you have all your paperwork with you. You'll need a utility bill in your name with the correct address, your student or staff ID, your driver's license, a blood donor's card, an original birth certificate (no copies), your car's registration, proof of insurance and your license plate number, expiration date, and state. Your new permit will be good for one month.

      The fastest animal on Earth is the Hedge Fund Manager.

      You can fake your orgasms, but I wouldn't recommend it. You're only robbing yourself in the long run.

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  4. Chattahoochee! I love that name - it's better than Tallahassee and Mississippi combined. Of course, Hopeulikit, Georgia and Sweet Lips, Tennessee also deserve a mention.

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    1. Hopeulikit and Sweet Lips!

      There was a town outside of Bloomington, Indiana called Bean Blossom. I always thought that sounded so lovely.

      Chattahoochee!

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  5. I think there ought to be a HoochieKoochie River. I'd go there to learn a little about livin' and A LOT about love. Isn't that how it goes?

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    1. I think a HoochieKoochie River sounds just right, Kimber.

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  6. We should all live in a town called Bean Blossom.
    I hope you're taking some time off and not down there for work. I can't wait to see the Golden Family Tubing pictures...

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    1. Sadly, we're not actually at the river, Lyra. I just drive over it every day on my way to work.

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  7. I've always loved the word Chattanooga. Sounds like a candy bar. That I would eat all up.

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    1. I would totally eat a Chattanooga candy bar, JustMe.

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