Apr 29, 2014

Conversations with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Derwood M.: What if I eat my tickets?

Ellen, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: We'll replace eaten tickets.

Derwood M.: You'll replace eaten tickets? What if I just keep eating the tickets, every time you issue me new tickets, I eat them?

Ellen, ASO: Well, we'd have to stop issuing you tickets after a while.

Derwood M.: What is the absolute maximum amount of times I could eat a newly-issued set of tickets before you say 'that's it, no more tickets'?

Ellen, ASO: I'd say twice.

Derwood M.: Well that hardly seems fair.

Apr 20, 2014

Scavenger Hunt

A man in a Shelden Williams' Atlanta Hawks jersey

Found 4/20/14

Apr 13, 2014

Softball photos by Poog Cronin

Players from North Carolina celebrate a grand slam by Amber Parrish against Georgia Tech Sunday in Atlanta, Georgia.

North Carolina's Lauren Batten delivers a pitch to Chelsie Thomas of Georgia Tech in the sixth inning of Sunday's game.

Apr 9, 2014

Sports photos by Bobby Feathers

Gainesville High School midfielder Alyssa Turner dribbles the ball in a game against Heritage High School.

Additions to the ILTCSC glossary

"A real Emmit Kerwin" - to accidentally swallow the television remote
Julio - someone who can't leave the car without first singing to the steering wheel
Noodlewoman - half-woman, half-bowl of soup noodles
Soydate - taking a bottle of soy sauce out on a date

Apr 3, 2014

Hosticle Fifer

There was a joe
in the Summer of Snow
who would watch pig chair shows
with his toes.

His name was Hosticle Fifer.

Hosticle lived
with nurses Liv and Viv
but he never had time for a wifer.

He found a lady once,
but Hosticle sent her packin’ -

she had too many warts on her heels
and her hears
and twice many hairs on her backin!