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3 thoughts on “Designated driver”
Asheville breweries- Brew City USA woo hoo! Tell the whole world about it!
Asheville Police- We’ll be waiting for you. Buncombe County loves your court costs for revenue.
Asheville- Wah! so unfair!
What the hell did the city of Asheville expect? Uber, Lyft, etc- put those plastic covers on the back seats of your vehicles, as obnoxious Charlotte tourists who only visit in order to fulfill their Westworld fantasies WILL vomit on the upholstery.
Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Ha! Asheville fulfill someone’s ‘Westworld’ fantasies? hehehehehehehehehe!
Yea, I never knew how to describe how obnoxious tourists from Charlotte, Atlanta, etc see us locals until watching Westworld.
Instead of cowboy hats and revolvers, the ‘guests’ see us as tie dye shirt wearing dreadlocked busking robots who do not need to eat (hence a lack of tipping at restaurants) and a show at the Orange Peel or the Christmas Jam is probably their player piano. Substitute craft beer for whisky drank neat, and voila!