Week 42: Tennessee (Nashville)
Quote of Interest:
“Does it make sense that the churches should remain untaxed on their vast holdings of land and corporate investments? Does it make sense that a multi-million dollar income should go untaxed year after year? No, all will not be easy. But, we will bask in the satisfaction of having done what we should have done. And if we don’t get it done today, we may run out of tomorrows.”–hal phillip walker
Three words to describe this film/state: Epic noisy nonsense
- Man at Lunch Counter (uncredited), played by Gailard Sartain
State food/recipe to try: Goo Goo Clusters / Nelson’s Green Brier Tennessee Hand Made Sour Mash Whiskey / Moonpies / Short Mountain Moonshine
Earring Inspo Character: Tricycle Man
Other Notes: This so-called epic film was a three-hour epic waste of time. I really don’t understand how movies like this get the accolades they do. Too many characters whose lives are interwoven into a clamorous blanket of inane nonsense. Even with subtitles, it was too noisy and chaotic to follow–too many people, too much babbling, too much singing. I can leave the house at any time to experience the idiotic racket that went on in this movie. Where does its merit lie? Please enlighten me by leaving a comment.
State Facts: https://www.factmonster.com/us/states/tennessee
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