Good Morning! With apologies to Doctor Seuss, the Georgia Reads in the political tradition of Marvin K. Mooney follow after the jump…
On your way out, with your shoes full of feet and your head full of brain,
don’t get the idea you’ll be taking the train,
Norfolk Southern has decided there’s no room on its main,
and with barely a gurgle, all regional transportation plans circle the drain.
But what’s that voice from a-far, is perhaps the the rail door still a-jar?
Somewhere there’s a forma report-a,
saying that rail is required to make Atlanta a full city, not just a sorta
NS is just crudely negotiating, goes the retort-a
“don’t ignore the multi-modal,
without rail it’s one short of the total”
take the time to read Maria Saporta.
So at least in the near term, riding the rails is a no-go
MARTA can expand that which you know, though
So you’ll choose the best method that you believe,
will allow you to complete your intention to leave,
because once you resign and it’s time to go,
it is important to actually show,
that you left voluntarily, and weren’t given the heave-ho,
unlike some chairman of the DPG we know.
Because this has become the most ungraceful ciao,
Marvin K. Mooney, can you please go now?
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