Yeah, I'd say you would just send it to the person who is before you. For example, whoever's next on the list ... I'd PM them for their address and they'd send it to me. Then I'd mail Gnaveen off.
Originally Posted by JonlyBonly
I say we'd keep it open...but once the list is set, you'd just be added to the very end.
Originally Posted by noozman5
Gnaveen with DRD in Gnashville...
Alright, here's installment #1 of Gnaveen's travels...with me in lovely Nashville TN. First, my apologies for the blurriness of the pictures. I'm not too good with balancing foreground and background.
Nashville is affectionately known as "Nashvegas" by locals...also known as "Cashville" if you're Young Buck.
Standing on lower Broadway...home of Nashville's honkytonks, with the "Batman" building to the right and the Ryman Auditorium to the left.
Outside the historic Ryman Auditorium...former home of the Grand Ole Opry and one of the most celebrated performance halls in the U.S.
Again, outside the Ryman
Outside Tootsie's Orchid Lounge. Probably the most famous honky tonk in Nashville. You don't make it in country music until you pay your dues by playing at Tootsie's. All the greats used to play here and drink after the Grand Ole Opry...Cash, Hank Williams, Waylon Jennings, Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline...you name it. After Coldplay's concert at the Ryman a few years ago, they came here around 1 AM and played Hank Sr and Cash songs for an hour or 2 and bought everyone beer. Very cool place. Gnaveen tried to get on stage, but the band wasn't taking gnome requests.
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OK, round 2
Again on lower Broadway...this would have been much cooler at night with all the neon. In the background to the left is the Sommet Center...Nashville's arena.
Outside the Country Music Hall of Fame
Proof that we have culture here amidst the rednecks...the Schermerhorn Symphony Center
At Gruhn's Guitars. This place is world famous for being the provider of stringed instruments to many of the biggest musicians in Nashville. And they ain't cheap. The reddish mandolin to the right was $1,500. Gnaveen looked, but did not touch. *innuendo*
Another shot of the "Batman" building
Horrible picture of Gnaveen outside CMT headquarters. It was rush hour and there was a lot of foot traffic.
Standing at the foot of Bicentennial Mall. That's Gnaveen perched on top of my dirty car, and the TN State Capitol at the top of Capitol Hill in the background.
Gnaveen pays his respects to Johnny and June Carter Cash.
Very cool DRD. I <3 me some Nashville. Should have taken him to LP Field. That would have been appropriate.
cool... where are you though? You gotta put yourself in some of these man.
Should we sticky this?
Not a terrible idea.
Originally Posted by sawyer540
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