Happy In Bag

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Oh Schlitt

Like pieces of a giant disassembled toy, hundreds of colorful slides and tubes are stuck in the mud of Kansas City, Kansas. The staging area for the future Schlitterbahn Vacation Village is directly in front of an old county building at the intersection of State Avenue and 435. The park is scheduled to open next summer. Give me a lazy river free of teenage boys and I'm there.


  • At 9:37 AM, Blogger bgo said…

    Up a lazy river by the old mill run
    The lazy, lazy river in the noon day sun
    Linger in the shade of a kind old tree
    Throw away your troubles
    Dream a dream with me-ee

  • At 4:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    .......in my little corner of the world..........

    Ya want waste? Take photos of the current Ruskin High School, Hickman's Mill [Missouri] serviceble chain link fence.

    Photo shop some vines and or wooden slats on same.

    Then add the cost of tearing the perfectly good barrier down. Take photos of the artsy fartsy new fence [same location]. Subtract A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS of hard earned tax monies.

    The intended audiance? speeding vehicular traffic on Blue Ridge Extension.

    Plz frw the email addresses of Leno and Letterman! Insanity!

  • At 12:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Schlitterbahn is fine, but because of the subject line I was worried you had accidentally drunk some Schlitz.

  • At 12:33 PM, Blogger Happy In Bag said…

    I often forget, Nuke, that I started this site in order to make myself laugh. In that sense, the title of this post is a massive success.

    I feel your pain, Ruskin. Here in P.V. the city spends money needlessly ripping up and repaving the same busy intersections every 18 months. Why?

    Love ya, BGO.


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