Nashville

Nashville, Cookeville, and the case for Weather Radios

As the day changed to Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020, a single super cell traveling nearly the length of Tennessee dropped a series of tornados from Benton Co., through the heart of Nashville, and ultimately laying waste to entire neighborhoods in Cookeville and Putnam Co.

At the time of this post, there have been 25 fatalities caused by this storm, making this the second deadliest tornado event in Tennessee since record keeping began in 1950. With any catastrophic loss of life, homes, and business, survivors are left with a lot of questions.

I would like to address the most absurd of these questions that a few extremely unintelligent persons asks: “Why weren’t they warned?”

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Nashville’s Finest Drivers: A Drunk Driver

In the year 2020, it amazes me that Drunk Drivers still exist when cabs and shared ride services exist almost for the very purpose of getting you home safely. Yet this idiot still chooses to drive.

I tried contacting police, but I couldn’t make out the plate when I was driving in the rain, and Siri is useless. I hope someone recognizes this colossal idiot and either turns him in, or shames him into getting help.