So Much to Do!

Whew! I have so much to say, so much to share and so much to get cleared out of the way! Trip home went fine:

Mullet sitings: 2 (concurrent, father-son). Within 5 minutes of stepping off plane.

On Louisville Airport entrance doors: NO FIREARMS (we’ve got conceal/carry)

Regional hobby: obesity and petrol consumption.

Cake: 1, made at Williams (812-284-BUNS) + Heath bar ice cream.

Birthday gifts: clothing + Clash of the Titans on DVD. RELEASE THE KRAKEN!

Internet speed: dial-up.

Yardwork: mowed lawn for the first time in years. With dad. Sneezed like hell.

Published by <span class='p-author h-card'>Andy</span>

Gay Hoosier Taurus INFJ ex-playwright pianist gymbunny published author in San Francisco.

9 replies on “So Much to Do!

  1. I thought you lived in Chicago, but the (812) area code that you listed is for southern Indiana — the same southern IN that I live in. Weird 😉

  2. Say, I know Louisville! I went to grad school at Morehead and went home with one of my students/speech team kids at Thanksgiving one year. He lived in Shepherdsville. LOVED that Galleria…parking was shitty however. All those beautiful Beemers rubbing fenders with my shitty Citation. The embarrassment…! BUT…I got to see the Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Vogue Theatre…HIGHLIGHT of the trip. (Except that I got covered in Jello…not for the last time in my life.)

  3. Ah, home. Mullets and pickup trucks and dialup internet. I feel your pain. Of course, I dont have to leave the “big city” to see the first two. However, the antique malls back home kick ass, and real estate is cheap.

  4. “Regional hobby: obesity and petrol consumption”

    Andy gets off of a gas guzzling plane and whines about KY’s “petrol consumption”??? Oh, such typical smug American liberalism. As for obesity, why don’t we teach Africa what makes Americans so obese? It is called free markets, property rights and a sound legal system. Oh, but we aren’t really interested in helping starving people, we are more interested in bashing the U.S. and feeling good about ourselves. No wonder SouthPark is such a funny cartoon.

  5. Considering my petrol consumption is less than average, living in Chicago with a public transit system – and the fact that the petrol for the plane was shared by hundreds of passengers – and for me to drive home would probably be even more gas – I’d say I made the right transportation choice.

    Americans are fat fucks because of poor diet and a sedentary lifestyle.

    Free markets don’t have anything to do with it.

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