Does this mean what I think it does?

You don't gotta go home, but you can't stay here...

You don't gotta go home, but you can't stay here...

You may have seen that Gwinnett is tearing down those so two water towers you see by I-85.  You know, the ones that are so ridiculous they are kind of awesome?

Honestly, these towers were about the only thing I looked forward to in Gwinnett County.  That whole county is otherwise a vast traffic jam I would just as well avoid.  Okay, downtown Lawerenceville has a certain charm, but I’m not driving that far for a quaint little square with a few restaurants.

But the water towers.  There was something a little too Leave It To Beaver about them that really represented what the county aspired to.  They are just cheesy enough to make me laugh, especially because I obviously disagree.

I know, I know.  “Hey, a-hole.  That’s fine, you stay in Atlanta, Gwinnett doesn’t want you anyway.”  Fine by me.  Frankly, I’ve gotten fairly used to the game we play.  I pretend you don’t exist, you pretend I don’t matter.  It works fine until you get stuck on the connector going to a Braves game (learn the surface streets, nimrod), or I get stuck on the highway on my way to somewhere I actually want to be in north Georgia or North Carolina.  Sure, it bugs me when you guys repeatedly elect retards, but hey, it isnt’ like my city has the best track record there either, eh?  Bill Campbell and Derrick Boazman FTW!

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