(updated 19 Feb 03)

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Grey-Hounded
(Title stolen from MooseSpeak@earthlink.net)

NORTH CAROLINA -- Classical and jazz music are now being played over loudspeakers in a Charlotte bus station in an attempt to drive away loitering teenagers.

Of course, in North Carolina "classical music" is Hank Williams and Patsy Cline. (MooseSpeak@earthlink.net)

Unfortunately, it has only caused an influx of 50-something-year-old Hell's Angels. (mrxsandmanx@Yahoo.com)

Street vendors report a booming business in Walkmans and headphones. (phoenyxrises@aol.com)

It might work at first, but they'll be Bach. (pec@gis.net)

Now they've gotta figure out a way to get rid of all the high school marching band geeks hanging around. (Saxmann361@aol.com)

Greyhound's New Slogan: Leave the Driving Away of Teenagers to Us. (jaynashvil@aol.com)

However, it has attracted loitering college professors. (junkmailmagnet42@aol.com)

Ahhh! Culture, run! (kaylor@mail.com)

But ever since Nelly remixed Beethoven's 9th Symphony, all hell has broken loose. (Jasmine640@aol.com)

It drove away the Hornets, too. (lacee7700@aol.com)

Why do they need music to drive them away? Don't the buses work? (MooseSpeak@earthlink.net)

Am I the only one for whom today's winner, tygrkhat40@yahoo.com, paints some double entendre imagery that's difficult to get out of your head?

The new problem is the gang of toughs from the Shady Acres Rest Home hanging out in front. (tygrkhat40@yahoo.com)