A northern monologue
You know, could do some amazing art projects with this technology...
OMG! I thank the stars there's no subway here. Gosh, you don't think they'd try something like that on Hwy #11, do you?
"The company's growth is leading to some big paydays – Sidetrack has projected sales of $85 million over the next five years, Caruk said."This amount of money coming into my home town sounds pretty good to me. Maybe someone should contact Sidetrack and ask if they would like to back a local poetry prize?
Doesn't C-ton have a subway that goes to FF, B? No wait, you just got roads put in last year, so it's still a "way". Maybe you could get locals to hold up pictures and you could ride by really quickly on your bike. No wait... Good grief.Seriously, I hate being a captive audience, but you have to admit, it would be pretty cool the first few times.
Ariel, I imagine you're right. If the art could generate tons of money I'm sure the subway people would go for it.I can see it B-)...maybe on the sides of cows. Or deer. Or fenceposts. Ken, that's a great plan. The Sidetrack Award for Poetry. Har har, G.
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