Tuesday, September 22, 2009

WTF is he thinking?

"Wayel, to git to Pitchtree yur gunna wanna go back down that road. I ain't never seen nobody go down that road. Couple years ago coupla campers went down that road 'n got lost. Hadta eat eachother to stay a-live"

and WTF is baldy doing? Not helping, I can tell you that much.

Thanks a third time, Sarah B. And sorry your neighborhood got F'd up.

WTF is he doing?

Sometimes a man will do just about anything to get away from the old ball 'n chain. "Just checking the mail, dear."

Thanks again, Sarah. B.

Thanks, God.

This little girl came SO close to getting crushed by a tree. PHEW! This blog post would've had a much different tone had she been standing 10 feet closer.

Thanks to Sarah B. for the photo.

Reason #2 to Avoid Living Outside the Perimeter

I'm sure you all remember the post of the pic of the OTP car dealership, so I wanted to take a moment to clarify a few things for our friends visiting from out of town. First, OTP means Outside the Perimeter. The perimeter is a circular highway (285) around Atlanta. The second thing you should know about the perimeter is that anything outside it is completely irrelevant to the rest of Atlanta and the world.

That said, this is another OTP pic showing us yet again why life outside 285 is inappropriate and contrary to God's wishes. Thanks to futureslam for the photo.

Kanye West is Gay Fish

We don't mean any offense to any gay fish out there reading MannDubinBlog, but Kanye West is the biggest gay fish of them all. That's why he's the expert on flooding: he loves it. Thanks to Carl for hooking us up with the photo, and thanks to of_all_time for his/her photo editing skills.

MARTA is Absolutely NOT your Best Option in a Flood.

The MannDubinBlog family is a fan of public transportation, but there are a few conditions to our fan-dom that MARTA just doesn't meet. One problem I have with MARTA, for instance, is the fact that it's buses are not even close to water-tight. I'm not talking about situations like the one pictured above, either. Any time it rains water comes pouring in through cracks in the ceiling. What you can't see in the picture above is the water level inside the bus. It's filled to the top. I guess that makes it more of an aquarium than a bus.


(Thanks to L. Moss for the photo)

Monday, September 21, 2009

Canoes in the Krog Street Tunnel!

Thank you Twitter! Our new friend (so new even he doesn't know it) D. Minor tweeted this awesome action shot:
For those of you unfamiliar with the Krog Street Tunnel, get to know it. Follow D. Minor on Twitter at http://twitter.com/Ohmpark