hotel wifi – midnight at the oasis

Midnight net station in cheap hotel in South Kackalackie.

The hotel is finally quiet. The old netbook still running well. Health food in background.

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7 responses to “hotel wifi – midnight at the oasis

  1. oh yes, very healthy

  2. Originally posted by lifeguardlifer:

    oh yes, very healthy

    Diggin' around in the bag for the peanuts right now.

  3. lifeguardlifer

    oh yes gotta luv the peanuts

  4. Originally posted by slackwrdave:

    South Kackalackie.

    Haven't considered the rejuvenative properties of Cracker Jack yet. I'm still working on there being a place called, South Kackalackie. Oh yeah, as we in the North call it, Nikki Haleyville.

  5. I was going to say that South Kackalackie may be the single coolest place name I've ever heard. For sharing that, I salute you.

  6. Originally posted by 0x29a:

    Haven't considered the rejuvenative properties of Cracker Jack yet.

    Popcorn, molasses, peanuts, sugar, corn syrup, salt and corn and/or soybean oil. Hell yeah! 😀 Originally posted by 0x29a:

    Oh yeah, as we in the North call it, Nikki Haleyville.

    Don't ya just love her! Concerned with the wellbeing of all residents of the state. SC has got to be one of the USA's biggest corporate whores. Got some toxic waste to dump? Want tax breaks or even get paid to be here? Put up a building for you? Come on down!From one end of the state to the other are abandoned "corporate zones" out in the middle of nowhere. All look the same, all grown high with weeds.My favorite is when businesses complain that they're leaving because the residents are so uneducated or poorly trained. Well duh! It's hard to run a school system when the corporate pigs have completely encircled the public trough.—In spite of all that, Columbia is an exciting place and wonderfully Bohemian in spots. Charleston = nice. Myrtle Beach = world class fun.

  7. Originally posted by SharkfinUK:

    I was going to say that South Kackalackie may be the single coolest place name I've ever heard.

    I got that name from some group of gay guys in SC who used to run a national contest by mail (pre-Internet) for The Oscars (The Academy Awards). We waited for our envelope each year with bated breath.

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