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Brad Andersohn's Here : Should I Take Him to Elvis' House ?

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Brad called me a few minutes ago.

His plane just arrived.

He's in town for the Active Rain Seminar in Dyersburg, Tennessee tomorrow, sponsored by our friend, Mike Frazier.

Brad and I are gonna hang out together tomorrow and I want to take him to see Elvis' house before he heads home.

Elvis' favorite snack was a fried peanut butter and banana sandwich and Graceland serves them in the restaurant.

Brad shouldn't leave Memphis without trying one !

Don't you think? pb

It's awesome ! Wouldn't you like one, too ? :-) Or is it possible that Brad won't want to have anything else to do with me after trying one those sandwiches, and I could be banned from Active Rain for life? Help !

Update: We made it to Elvis' house but didn't have time for the peanut butter and banana sandwich because of Brad's flight schedule. Might not have faired well on the plane anyway on top of the lunch. Those bananas and mayo might put the hurtin' on you at 45 thousand feet. :-). Wish we could have hung out in Elvis' Jungle Room for a few ! Next time, for sure, Brad ! Come on back, my friend ! Memphis is a better place because you were here !

David Saks

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