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    It's still a dirigible, though. That's from the French word "diriger" meaning "to steer" similar to "direct".

    (if I can't be a pedantic jackass at PITW, then where I ask can I be one?)
    Posted by Eat the Rich

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    That's exactly what Chris said — the Charlotte route was proposed by detractors of the original route.

    Meaning West End was the official proposal but other people suggested Charlotte would be a better location.
    Posted by Dana Kopp Franklin

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    Nice try, @templarvivet, but The Fourthof July is perfectly acceptable. In fact, it is listed as such on the state's website that indicates wine and liquor sales restrictions.
    Posted by Lesley Eats

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    Wine in grocery stores is great news except the nearest Kroger is four miles away from me, I don't own a car, my driver's license was suspended, I don't have any friends to give me a ride, I was blacklisted by Uber, I don't think you can purchase alcohol with an EBT card and when I mix booze with my anti psychotic meds I'm even more menacing than usual.

    Other than that, good times. DANG.
    Posted by John the Revelator Dude Deleted Rogers

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    I was one of the friend testers, and am now a supporter.

    Eat these butters; you will not be sorry!
    Posted by AnglRdr

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    No, it is NOT quite so easy to ignore it, for anyone close to the profession.

    What we are seeing is pathology on parade.

    ...

    This is, NOT, *at all*, funny.

    NOT, *in the slightest bit*, cute.

    What we are witnessing here is a public display of mental illness.

    Such individuals, rather than public fora in which to vent themselves, need psychiatric treatment.

    But most of them won't find it, or, if they do, won't avail themselves of it....
    Posted by a yam what a yam

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    This is just another sign of the apocalypse.

    THE SKY IS FALLING!
    Posted by GOP rube

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    yoyo moi thinks he knows who I am and where I live.

    You have an open invitation, yoyo.

    Stop by anytime.

    I've got something for you.

    It's a cure for what ails you.
    Posted by JTR

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    Dearie dear; if I could delete that now, I surely would.

    If one of you who has that ability wishes to, then you're welcome to redact that, and this post as well.

    .. (no need at all to add agitation) .!
    Posted by a yam what a yam

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    "the nearest Kroger is four miles away from me"

    Actually Revelator, I checked it's less than a mile from where you live. The walk will do you good, not sure about the EBT card though.
    Posted by Mapquest

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    Oh lord, the biggest coward in the history of mankind knows where I live, whatever shall I do.

    (yawn)

    Come on in old man.

    Come see me.
    Posted by JTR

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    Uh, Bill Purcell did NOT grow up in East Nashville. I think he grew up in Pennsylvania.

    The last native we have had as mayor was Bill Boner.
    Posted by notguilty

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    Not a surprise. Some folks think if they've been successful in another field, surely they can run a restaurant.
    Posted by The Saint

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    Bolton's with an ear of buttery sweet corn and a sliced tomato.

    That's summertime deliciousness.
    Posted by Omnivore

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    Stephanie was a terrific manager of the restaurant. Kent knows how to make beer.
    Posted by Chasers pale!

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    My leetle Juanny, he change hees screen names as often as he change hees adult diapers. Now hees repalced hees busted mmuy mmuy name, wheech last as long as Juanny's yob weeth Mosko's, weeth Onmnivore, a cute leetle bear!
    Posted by Juanita Conchita Revelator

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    @notguilty
    JR doesn't say Purcell grew up in East Nashville, just that he was a product of East Nashville politics.
    Posted by matahari

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    I can imagine Purcell's bowel movements with that lunch menu each day. I imagine it all the time, by the way.
    Posted by John the Revelator

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    The jalapeño white beans sound really good.
    Posted by Omnivore

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    I is not a tranny, me Juanny! Is that what u like?
    Posted by Juanita C. Revelator III

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