Saturday, February 17, 2007

One Thing Doesn't Belong

Something looks out of place in this sentence. Can you spot the anomaly?
A majority of Sandy Springs residents remained without water Saturday as Atlanta Department of Watershed Management crews tried to repair a water main break that occurred in Roswell Thursday afternoon.

Hmmmmm. There's the politics of political independence and there's the reality that we are all in this together.


Grayson said...

Shoot... the "we're all in this together" (geographical anomaly) has gotten so bad, in terms of infrastructure and contamination, that if a pipe breaks in Rabun County, I start boiling water here in Buckhead.

Our rivers, the filthy Chattahoochee particularly here in GA, bind us all.

I urge all to join Uppser Chattahooche Riverkeepers to do what we can:

And that's my PSA for the day.

possum said...

Why in the world don't the conservative heroes of Sandy Springs get their own water department? What a bunch of liberal pussies, depending on Atlanta for their water!

Steve said...

Umm Sandy Springs residents......occurred in Roswell. Perhaps people in Roswell shouldn't mess with other people's water.