Not yet 30%

That’s right folks. Especially you tender Georgia peaches. Breaks, bruises and lacerations filled the ER centers the last few days. Injuries from playing in the snow and ice were more numerous and serious, can you believe it, than auto accidents. Seems the slow speed fender bender variety auto wrecks produced less carnage than the novice ice worshipers, hey watch this move I’ve seen on the winter olympics, bravado.
If I am not mistaken, I mean just ask any horoscoper who really knows what day it is, around January 20 we’ll be one-third through winter. Will Atlanta survive? Will there be enough bandages, splints and plaster of paris? And, most definately (google it for real, amazing fact for that word or not http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=definately), definitely, will there be enough milk and bread? Will the mail be delivered or will the mounds of garbage block that trusty civil servant’s whole-hearted one for the Gipper effort at delivering one more introductory offer for Broke Americard?
All the many questions that winter has forced upon the Peach State are causing many fuzzy legged Georgians to reconsider their previous ballot selections. Hang ’em all boyz and load the salt trucks vigilantism is brewing. Watch out Tennessee. We’re eyeballing yo’ trucks and salt piles.
Brewing! Ah yes, I think I’ll have a hot tea and fire off a note or two to my local commissioner. Rascal. The nerve of him setting around in his PJs for four days when he could have been out shoveling my street.
Honey! That’s the pot whistling. Can you get that for me, I’m busy. You know how I like it sweetie. What are you doing? I’m talking tea darlin’!
‘Skews me folks. This won’t take long. NO BATTERIES!
Dear Commis, You better get this road cleared ASAP.
j

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About jingeorgia

Searching high and low no matter where i go it always seems the same: shades of grey. Or, was that gray?
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9 Responses to Not yet 30%

  1. Roket Man says:

    Being fluent in idiot speak (and having Gibberish to English Translator 10.8.26. R Service Pack 609 installed on my trusty laptop) I already knew about definately but I’m glad Google has finally made it to Georgia.

    Now then, as a former Flower Child and one time aficionado (I found that one while I was over there checking out your link. Bet you didn’t know I could type multi-syllable words! Actually I cut and pasted but I digress.) and self taught authority on the subject I can tell you that if your pot is whistling you’re either not getting all the sticks and stems out or you’re rolling your doobies too tight. You may be tokin’ a might too hard, as well.

  2. Jorge Medico says:

    This has been an interesting winter for the South!
    Hope you are well,
    J.

  3. Wow!! It sounds like you’re having an interesting time down…take it from the land of the north… it’s always important to keep the pot on boil… for tea! Keep warm. Lenore

  4. SethPopowich says:

    Hey, just stopping by to give you a ‘shout out’ and say hello. Tomorrow is Wednesday, we’re half way thru the week. The weekend couldn’t come soon enough! Weekends don’t pay as well as weekdays but at least they are more fun!

  5. rambling1on says:

    Hoot’n’Holler,! :-)))

  6. Rhapsody says:

    Blessings………

    It seems old man winter is having his say and not everyone can come out to play. Most of the time Canada is blamed for all the snow that way well it isn’t quite that way this year. Here in Toronto (T.O.) we hardly had any snow at all. We are now (for the past few weeks) beginning to see a good portion of the white stuff. Last week we had snow storm warnings of the storm coming in from the U.S. and all the schools closed. It was called “SNOW DAY” all the kids loved it while the parents hated it. Of course the other parts of Canada is getting slammed but we here in T.O. are good.

    Hope you are well and enjoying life, peace and blessings always.
    Rhapsody

  7. SethPopowich says:

    There’s one good thing about snow, it makes your lawn look as nice as your neighbor’s.

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