Sunday, September 12, 2021

Keeping Austin weird

 I had to spend almost all of my shift in Austin last night. I don't know what was going on, but it seemed like someone took a gunnysack full of assholes, dropped in a handful of keys and shook it up.

Then they grabbed the bottom and flung it around so the assholes would be spread all over looking for the wreck they were supposed to get into.

And they found them. From Georgetown to the south side. One was even flipped on it's top on an intersection under I-35.

Then the wife reported that she found the two missing ponies on the neighbors land (it's for sale if you have an extra $800K).

1 comment:

  1. I like to travel in the Hill Country. The scenery is beautiful, and the small communities are testaments to the heart of the United States.

    I avoid Austin, and the communities close to San Francisco of the Hill Country. Somehow, the true nature of Texas was subverted by the influx of crooked politicians and those that feed on their scraps. May it one day be a Bastion of liberty, and integrity.