There's plenty to ramble about after a week's break, including: hanging out at work on a cold, windy day after everyone's left the office; a brief history of Red Mountain Park; fast-forward to a couple days later where I'm hanging out at Brookwood Mall; various mall jobs I've had; Blockbuster Video going out of business; working at Suncoast Video vs. Blockbuster; "Dear Mr. Watterson" documentary about "Calvin and Hobbes"; taking a new route home from Brookwood to Lakeview, via Mountain Brook Village and the Jemison Trail; some Birmingham history; southern hospitality; Harper Lee's lawsuit against "To Kill a Mockingbird" gift shop in Monroeville, AL; moving on from the Civil Rights movement in Birmingham; and a lot more!
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