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... doctor and his prescription pad. Maybe both. Yep, the boy from Tupelo did all right. But If Elvis could hear the blues played on Beale Street one more time I wonder what he'd give? "When you see the tip bucket, don't duck it. Thank you very much. You're fantastic." If Elvis could appear on The Biggest Loser, he would, and he would win. If Elvis now had the choice of leaving the building or staying in the building, he would stay...just a little bit ...
... low-cost housing and other initiatives to support civil liberties. Her point is that King spent his life fighting for equal rights, and the last thing he would want from his death is for exorbitant amounts of money to be spent on a shrine for him instead of towards furthering his cause for the people. She’s got a good point, in my opinion.
We went back to the hotel to Skype Alyssa for her 5th birthday. She had just ...
... back and the restaurant had animals heads mounted all over the walls. We ordered our meals then the Chef came out with the biggest burger I have ever seen was big enough to fill 16 people however was made for 1 in the burger challenge, however no one was game enough to enter. I had a table with Leah, Clayton and Tony and ordered a chicken and rice dish which was pretty good. The 4 of us then ordered massive cocktails which looked awesome but didn't taste the best (sour ...
... I've done my churchly duties for a while! My last day was packed with activities. I saw the legendary march of the ducks at the Peabody Hotel (they live at the hotel and everyday at 11am they come down the elevator, out across the red carpet and into the fountain there for the day. Then at 5pm they do the reverse and go to bed for the night) and walked across part of the Mississippi river to mud island. I now had two really awesome things in Memphis left to do... Firstly, I went ...
... potato pie and banana pudding. I *loved* the banana pudding. It was sort like a bread pudding in that it's not all pudding. There seemed to be sliced bananas, nilla wafers and whipped cream involved. The consistency was very nice. It was so good. I want more right now!
We are getting ready to pack up and head farther down South now. It's on to New Orleans tomorrow. On the way, we're traveling through Mississippi and stopping at William Faulkner's house ...