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Nov. 13th, 2006

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“*buzzing noise and then...*
This is KT and I am in Little Rock! I got a late start today...(AHEM!) I guess you could say this morning because I didn't leave home until afternoon! Which is a problem in the future..uh, for future reference, because if I thought 59 was bad in the daytime, it's even scarier at night! I was so glad to get onto I-30! So...anyway, tomorrow I hope to get at least as far as St. Louis. And then on Wednesday I shall arrive in Chicago! That's all!

(TRANSCRIBERS NOTE: What KT failed to mention in his entry was that there were some guitar strings in front of him to eat. He should eat those.)”

Transcribed by: multiple users


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Date:November 14th, 2006 02:54 pm (UTC)
I think if he did that, his guitar would not-so-gently weep.
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Date:November 14th, 2006 03:23 pm (UTC)
> I thought 69 was bad in the daytime, it's even scarier at night!

Ooooh, he's talking about the HIGHWAY! Never mind. (:=
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Date:November 14th, 2006 10:15 pm (UTC)
SO sorry, nefaria, but I"m sure he said "59" in the post, and I updated accordingly (he's talked about/complained about US-59 before, and it woudl make sense to take that route.)

The only thing that Babs (and I) failed to transcribe is one part, near the end: "And then on Wednesday I shall arrive in Chicago, for Xxxx! That's all!" "Xxxx" sounds like "Mephest", but I at least know enough about furventions to know that MFF stands for Midwest Fur Fest, but that has too many syllables for what KT said. Is MFF known by something else? Anyone know what he said, or is he just tryiung to see if we can transcribe ambiguous words again, messing with our minds?

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Date:November 15th, 2006 10:52 pm (UTC)
Yup, 59.

I said Midwest Furfest! Maybe the phonepost recording mangled the word.
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