cognitivedissonance - 2010-05-03 On the plus side, here's Obama's chance to ignore a marshmallow state in it's time of need!
namtar - 2010-05-03 What the fuck is a marshmallow state?
Scynne - 2010-05-03 A state that consumes large quantities of marshmallows
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2010-05-03 You'd really have to work at it to fuck something like that up to "Brownie, yer doin' a heckuva job" levels.
pastorofmuppets - 2010-05-04 Tennessee should do the right thing and turn down help from the federal government. Helping people is unconstitutional, so technically Congress doesn't have the authority to allocate funds for this.
namtar - 2010-05-03 Trying to get out of Nashville was insane Sunday. I had to make a fifty mile detour in order to get home.
HarrietTubmanPI - 2010-05-03 Considering that Nashville had the most amount of rain in two days it has ever had in recorded history it was THE news story all weekend. You couldn't travel across most of Middle TN over the weekend unless you had a boat.
You try getting 15-20" of rain in two days over half of your state. It's not pretty.
Camonk - 2010-05-03 I got several students from Nashville. They're dicks. So I'm assuming everyone from Nashville is a dick now that Steve Earle's moved to New York. Helps me not feel bad for anybody.
FABIO - 2010-05-03 Notice the emphasis they put on "Federal".
FABIO - 2010-05-03 I'm really only half-joking. There are already tons of news "stories" calling the Gulf oil spill and this "Obama's Katrina", as if the massively bungled response of Federal agencies dumbed down by a cronyism-obsessed administration is the exact same thing as the mere existence of disasters.
socialist_hentai - 2010-05-04 Katrina this ain't. No amount of spin could turn this into Katrina, evah!
RockBolt - 2010-05-04 I'm glad I got the hell out of Bowling Green and Nashville on friday
glasseye - 2010-05-04 It's TN. Of course it sucks. What do you expect?
I bet those drivers were ready to start swimming for dear life when they heard the banjos.