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The Nitpicker’s Guide to Perfect Lives

August 26, 2011

I would like to start a forum for certain problems I have with this text and story. Let’s be clear, if these little details had been fixed, I know the final product would have been more successful.

1) The drive from Peoria, IL to the Indiana border is less than 3 hours away. Even the most remote point in Indiana takes less than 6 hours. If the quartet left at 5am, how did it take them 12 hours to find a Justice of the Peace in Indiana.

Even if this story had taken place before the Eisenhower Interstate plan of ’56 (and I’m sure it does not, since catfood in easy-to-open cans is a product of the 70s) it’s less than 8 hours to the most remote parts of the state.

 

– Paul Pinto

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. September 22, 2011 9:14 am

    Sources tell me now that since this is all based on Robert Ashley’s teenage years, that the twelve hour drive was in fact a full twelve hours and in a car with a backseat full of holes.

  2. September 22, 2011 9:21 am

    2) The Bar’s Boogie Woogie sequence is in the key of C, though the episode’s key is D minor.

    I’m sure no one will notice if the chorus changes its chant to: DDFF DDAA DDCsharpCsharp DDAA.

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