This seemed to provoke some interest on Twitter today, when I posted it a few minutes after it was taken, so I thought I’d share it here for my readers who don’t do the tweeting thing.
The picture above was taken at 5:48 p.m. today in Five Points.
As I explained on Twitter, the kids weren’t waiting to get into Subway. They were waiting to get into the bar next door. As I said, I don’t think Subway serves beer. Although why they don’t, I don’t know — look at the crowd they could gather!
No, they were going next door.
One friend who was recently in college herself expressed some surprise at that, saying “They don’t even have a great selection!”
Yeah, well. I don’t think think they were lined up for “selection.” Unless you mean “natural selection.”
But that’s the thing, isn’t it? They think they’re invulnerable. Using the term “think” loosely, of course.
The tweet drew reactions from Bryan Caskey, Doug Ross, Phillip Bush, and “Mayor Bob” Coble. But I think my favorite was this one:
— Shealy Reibold (@ShealyReibold) September 10, 2020
Oh, let’s not just dunk on the young ‘uns. There are plenty of their so-called elders who are doing the stupid too.
We played there in 198?…