From: Northwestern Georgia, USA
Cap, knowing your rich sense of humor, I suspect this is mostly a tongue-in-cheek fun posting. However, as I suffer from the fault of sometimes taking things too literally and seriously*, I'll post a serious reply.
"OT" alerts folks that a post really is off on a tangent. There are some here who really appreciate the forewarning so that they don't go off on this tangent. There are some here who get cranky when they aren't forewarned. :)
*In 1987, I was invited to address the Younger Lawyers Section of the State Bar of Georgia at the annual meeting in Savannah. I was a year out of law school and quite honored by this privilege. So I drove the six hours to Savannah to arrive early that Saturday morning. Dressed in impressive suit and tie, I walked in to the assemblage of leading young Georgia lawyers, prepared to regale them with the importance of the project on which I was working, and found them all dressed in Hawaiian print shirts, shorts, and flip flops, sporting sun burns, and all either drunk or hung over. Not one of those people cared who I was, what I was wearing, or why I was there.
< Message edited by Canoerebel -- 5/13/2013 3:37:35 PM >