The Hungry Home Inspector by P Nathan Thornberry :: Why Some Inspectors are Always Hungry for More While Others Just Go Hungry

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The Hungry Home Inspector

Why Some Inspectors Are Always Hungry For More
While Others Just Go Hungry

Chapter 2

The Journey

Red pill or blue pill. Your Choice.

It’s tough to get a sense of what’s going on somewhere without actually being there yourself. You’d think that everyone in Nashville wears a cowboy hat and boots and loves country music if you watched the Country Music Awards on CMT and if country wasn’t your thing, you’d have no interest in going. You’d be surprised to know, if you had spent as much time there as I have, that downtown Nashville is quite stunning. Walking between the skyscrapers, on rolling hills of concrete and grates, there are phenomenal restaurants and clubs. There’s a B.B. King restaurant with live blues every night. There’s a Coyote Ugly- that place where the bartenders dance on the bar every 15 minutes or so and yes, it’s the same Coyote Ugly featured in that movie, just a different location. $20 to do a body shot off a bartender, so I hear.

They have a huge music venue downtown, across Broadway from an incredible convention center connected to a ridiculously lavish (and big) hotel. Two of the new skyscrapers downtown, built in the last decade, are high-end condominiums with a style that seems very Chicago or even Manhattan. The only country music related stuff I see when I’m down there is along one strip of Broadway- 9 or 10 bars with live music and a couple of discount boot and hat stores mixed in.

If you’ve experienced downtown Nashville, you know what I’m talking about. If you haven’t, then you don’t. You may think it’s just a bunch of rednecks listening to