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.

3 comments:

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:
http://www.ucriverkeeper.org/

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.