Five Card Story: The Drive to the Pizza Place

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a Five Card Flickr story by Justin Groff created Sep 12 2017, 12:16:46 pm. Create a new one!

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The drive to the pizza place was really cool and fantastic, but also stunk. This led to a mystery where when we had a hotspot in the car while we were on vacation and it went down. By that point everything went weird and mysterious. My family traveled to a city named Maryville the county seat. People were driving irraticulay on the way there. It must be a full moon tonight or something. We arrived downtown and we were hungry so we headed to a pizza place called Uncle Joe's Fish and Winery. My family heads in and we were like, "is this the right place." Our family looked a pizza place not a fish winery. We ate there anyways and ordered and we asked is this a pizza place. The waitress said, "this is all pizza!" We came to a conclusion to eat there, but wasn't a good pizza place. After, we were right next to the court house and people were protesting for their freedom, and I asked my self America is free, why are they asking for freedom? It comes to be the people were protesting for the Slave Act to be abolished. Now our America is not free with slaves everyone has to be equal in order to be free. You could see everyone in the streets of the court house. The town was filled with happiness and we left back to home sweet home, where the moon stands still in the night.

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