Type: Posts; User: Ian
IIRC, it was Obie's Flying Tomato in Nashville, but I could be mistaken. Obie's really did have a flying tomato (or so I'm told; I never saw it) - a small helicopter painted appropriately, in which...
Wow. I don't even know where to start with that one. Epic.
Tennessee's own Marsha Blackburn (no relation) is doing her best to prevent those mean ol' municipalities from interfering with Comcast's God-given right to fuck its customer base. (cue patriotic...
I think it's a pretty good improvement. Cleaner & less cluttered. I would be inclined to make the search box a little smaller, move it to one side or the other, and make the KNS logo bigger.
That will kill downtown.
Nine years old today. Plus Clint Casey, Brian Griffin, the inimitable Tim Burns at the Tennessee Theatre, and probably some other hoser coattailing on such an auspicious occasion.
One of the leaster pleasantish things about pounding out print ads at MP was being forced by advertisers to "emphasize" copy with "quotes."
My favorite was some business who always put "Mom" in...
Wow. I guess you could take it as a "Campfield is beneath even my standards" unendorsement, I reckon.
If I'm reading you correctly, you're making two points here:
1. Women good for society! Men bad!
2. Society needs more manly men!
The latter, but don't mention that around Dupree.
I bought mine from Sundance on my way to go see something at Preservation, where I was then denied entrance on the basis that I was carrying a prohibited weapon.
MacLeods didn't exactly predate...
I recall a good bit of fiber was run downtown around then (by a company called Brooks Fiber, IIRC), but as far as I know, it was never lit up. I'll conjecture that the departure of Cyberflix may have...
With the arguable exception of Lee Harvey Oswald, none of them were Communists, either. This clearly demonstrates that the Republican & Communist agendas are one and the same, no?
Facebook's put a whack on 'em, sorry to say. My list of Knoxville site links is mostly a dead zone now.
Here's one for Abalene: 19th Century Victorian Portraiture by Julia Margaret Cameron
True fact: Christina Hendricks is a native Knoxvillian.
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Bicycle Plan Public Meeting
The City of Knoxville will discuss and solicit public input on a Bicycle Facilities Plan being developed by its professional design consultants....
Prolly seen this already, but:
Linked to dailykos.
I donít either. As far as Iím concerned, they could've closed the block and used the entire street as a parking lot in exchange for letting Dewhirst rehab those buildings.
But seeing as how they...
Sure. My original question was whether that was the case here, or whether there was some specific regulation permitting it (as there is for First Baptist, as MTE pointed out).
Not in this case, seemingly.