The Devil Went Down to Nashville

In 6.5 hours, Lance and I will begin the drive to Tennessee to wage war against probably 1,600+ people for the Grand Prix title and $3,500.

Bring ’em on.

We’ll be stopping at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary to visit a friend. If anyone knows anyone else that we should contact there, feel free to text or call. Also, let me know of any awesome eateries, because I’m deeply saddened by the fact that Nashville lacks a Fogo de Chao.

Today/tomorrow/Friday the 19th of November is National Track Suit Day. I’ll be sporting my hot black-and-gold adidas Originals threads, and I strongly recommend that any who possess similar taste in clothing break out their matching jackets and sweatpants and celebrate the occasion. If you don’t own a track suit, a soccer or basketball suit will make a fine substitute. If you’re in the market, our store at Johnson Creek currently sells a green Originals suit for $90, and you’d get my discount (30%). If you need help with the math, then that’s sad, and you’re out of luck.

Night nights!

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3 Responses to The Devil Went Down to Nashville

  1. Dan says:

    I like this. I wish I had a green track suit. Now you know what to get me for Christmas….haha JOKES…thats too expensive! Have fun and be safe….also if you get a chance to be anywhere near merryvile (which is near kingston and knoxville), go to an authentic 50’s style diner called “Hot Rods”! Its amazing! Call me if you are going there and I will tell you what to get. Other than that, I dont have a clue where to eat. Just look for a Barbeque joint! Peas.

  2. TONY :D says:

    2 questions:
    1) What’s the Grand Prix?
    2) What’s Fogo de Chao?

    • sadermatt says:

      The Grand Prix is a massive Magic tournament. I’m going to win it.

      Fogo de Chao is a Brazilian steakhouse. It’s the most amazing place to eat in the history of places to eat. I strongly recommend trying it out someday. The downside is that it’s about fifty bucks per person; the upside is that you get a small glimpse of heaven for such a low price.

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