The average Atlanta resident with a job drives 66 miles every day. In fact,...– Life in the ‘Burbs: Heavy Costs for Families, Climate : NPR (although I’d like to see a breakdown on those numbers. (via merlin) Atlanta is huge. I wouldn’t be surprised if the numbers really did add up to all that.
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I’m not saying that’s what I want to do, but if that’s what I...– Saint Elizabeth of Memphis
What kind of a career is this? Who chooses this? The bullshit, all the...– An Architect, regarding a battle for the height of the grade next to a pool with the zoning reviewer.
brittny: Ur moving in with star?
kelly: You don't listen to our show*, do you? :( In July, Amanda and I are moving into star's condo.
brittny: No not recently. Why come? Where is star gonna stay?
kelly: In the condo. Amanda and I are sharing a room.
brittny: oOOoooOO... it's like the real world miami!
kelly: Yes, just like that.
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That sounds completely logical.
alyssa: I'm bored
amanda: go find a pig and turn it into ham
amanda: then you wont be bored anymore.
My boss: So we just need to change all the handrails in the drawings to address the comments from the Building Department.
Me: That's it.
My boss: Yep.
Me: Who knew handrails would be such a big deal?
My boss: I know, right!
(Sounds a bit mundane, but this is a good thing. The day should be celebrated when the only comment the Building Department can come up with is regarding handrails.)
But first he enjoyed the immediate pleasure of smelling a secret garden in his...– Gabriel Garcia Marquez - Love in the Time of Cholera. I was just reading along and then the author writes this line out of nowhere. It’s odd and I’m not quite sure why it’s there, but what do I know I’m only 40 pages in.
Amanda: I was like a... fly... to a... fly light...
Kelly: You mean a moth to a flame?
Amanda: Yeah, that's it!