It sure is.
Type: Posts; User: Michael
It sure is.
Revisited A Confederacy of Dunces via audiobook on a recent roadtrip. It remains one of my favorites.
In the future, all Tennessee children will be above average.
I see Girl Scout cookies go on sale today. I certainly hope none of those young ladies make the mistake of setting up on Gay Street as they have in the past in front of Mast. The city's latest...
You're going to get kicked out of the focus group asking questions like that.
It is we who are an hour slow.
Dude, you confessed. Remember? Everybody knows who you are now.
And so is the Knoxville Mercury.
EDIT: Other than people metaphorically running in circles and ranting.
Maybe it is. Maybe it isn't. What I've seen is an account of one (1) business calling the requirement a contributing factor (not citing it as the primary reason) for their closing (not relocating,...
Oh yeah. It's a real thing. But I don't blame KUB, or the city, for conspiring to hurt small businesses. And I think there's some uproar that can be attributed to a vacuum in considerate,...
As an addendum, and more related to the ostensible topic, when we lose outlets that are staffed by real journalists, and rely on "citizen journalism" like KUG, things aren't always investigated and...
I'm not so sure about that. KUG's report names three businesses that are going under. But it sounds as if all of them have some issues that are unrelated to KUB. According to the comments,...
That has become an issue for some.
Please overlook it.
Haiku's can be great
But sometimes they don't make sense
You need a bus ticket and a ham sandwich.