How Is It Going in Grover's Corner's
Hi, how's it going? I know, I know you haven't been to Grover's Corner's since 1911 but it feels good that you're back. Of course, there's been some changes in the last few years. The old, the old part In the last few years A few of the old ways have shifted dramatically. You look over, you look over So let me set the scenery for folks who so desire that. Over there is a train track that's no longer being used. It's unfortunately the Amtrak it was considered non financially viable by Amtrak and was closed down, a lot of people worked on that train yard. It really hurt the local economy something fierce. A lot of people had to move in hopes of finding new jobs. And that's when the old Gibbs house had to be sold by the grandkids and a fine farm for many years but it's now a home to local the meth dealers who are very prosperous in this town, which has now been officially ravaged by crystal meth addiction something fierce.
And what about the grave yard? What about the grave yard, you say? Well, it's been It's now frequently vandalized, graves disrespected, but I suspect that Grover's Corner will someday rebound, hopefully, with American engineering
Oh god, it's all gone! It's all gone and The ground water's been poisoned. The town now forgot about The town is a ghost, a shell of its former self. Now forgotten about. But you know, that's just life.