Tuesday, May 31, 2005

I WANT YOUR COX! (to Stay in Murfreesboro)

GHETTO CENTRAL(Tenn) - So I was all ready to watch the finale of Survivor All Stars when Cox called and said it to come over because it's his last night in town. Well, I couldn't say no to that, so here I am, blogging from Cox's new laptop. Neat.

We realized we didn't have enough OJ for the ol' rum and orange juice combo, so we convinced Matt to drive us to Kroger. We walked back, and I'm happy to report no one was attacked on the way home.

These people have never heard the "Drug Ballad" from Eminem. I find this very upsetting. Oh, these people include: Matt, Nick no last name, Cox, the Chad, Kristin, and Jimmy. And yours truly.

At Kroger, Cox said he moved into his current apartment in August 2001. He then did a radio voice thing that went a little something like this:

COX: "In August 2001, JR Lind went to MTSU."
ME: "And Wendy had just graduated high school and was living in Atlanta."
COX: "And hating it."
ME: "Yes, it was terrible. And Graffis was...around."

OK, so that was lame, but it was funny if you got to hear the radio voice versions.

We got all this burriot-making shit, only to get back to realize that, sadly, the plug to the electric skillet had already been packed and moved to wherever the Chad will be residing. He's gone to get it.

In the meantime, I'm going to snack on my cookie dough. Mmmm.

I'm hearing some wrestling mumbo-jumbo in the background. I used to be into wrestling, but not so much anymore. Kristin is into it enough for the both of us.

Nick no last name might be moving to Dyersburg, the Land of Plenty.

Cox is moving to New Deal, Tenn., an unincorporated town wannabe. Sounds like a happenin' place. He'll be living on Dink Rut Road. I swear, I couldn't make this shit up.

Song of the day: In honor of Cox, your final farewell: FREE BIRD!!

If I leave here tomorrow
Would you still remember me?
For I must be traveling on, now,
There's too many places I haven't seen
And if I stayed here with you, now
Things just wouldn't be the same
Well I'm as free as a bird now,
And a bird you can not change.
And a bird you can not change.
And a bird you can not change.
Lord knows I can't change

Bye, bye, its been a sweet love.
And though this feeling I can't change.
Please don't take it badly,
The Lord knows I'm to blame.
And, if I stayed here with you now
Things just wouldn't be the same.
For I'm as free as a bird now,
And this bird you'll never change.
And the bird you can not change.
And the bird you can not change.
Lord knows, I can't change.
Lord knows, I can't change.
Lord, I can't change.
Won't you fly high free bird.

2 comments:

Manda said...

You do know that I live in Rockvale, Unincorporated

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