Nashville might soon be home to Tennessee’s only Whataburger fast food joint…that is, if the voices of the growing WWW (We Want Whataburger) campaign are heard.
Music City hasn’t seen the glorious burger joint since the first Briley was our mayor. Now the former A-framed orange-and-white-striped-roofed building on Nolensville Road across from Danver’s is nothing more than a tire repair shop.
One brave soul is now hoping to change that and bring the glorious W back to town.
According to Micah Johnson’s campaign;
“I’m asking my fellow Nashville people to sign this petition to further expand Whataburger Awareness for Nashville. Nashville hot chicken is definitely a great thing. But there is plenty of room for Whataburger spicy ketchup.
This plea has been brought to you by Nashville Whataburger Awareness and the triple W “We Want Whataburger” campaign.”
The campaign currently 844 out of their 1,000 signature goal.
Click here to sign the campaign and bring Nashville one (maybe) step closer to getting a Whataburger.
I swear I just felt earthquake tenor…. it woke me up!— Jamie❤️WeinerDogs (@scoobydooclt) December 12, 2018
The earthquake was so strong that it was even felt as far away as Tampa, FL, Kansas City, and New York City. Here’s the USGA’s ‘did you feel it’ map from last night’s quake; It was the second strongest ever recorded in Eastern Tennessee;
Because I stay up ridiculously late, I actually felt this earthquake at around 4:15AM.I’ve never been so confused. https://t.co/JjH92nzp53 — 🧟♂️Jeffrey Kopp🧟♀️ (@jeffreykopp97) December 12, 2018
Earthquakes have been increasing in frequency around our region over the past few years, about a year ago, we saw a 2.9 magnitude quake hit Asheville and a 2.1 magnitude quake that struck Bryson City. The Nashville area has been known to experience the occasional damage-causing earthquakes. According to USGS.gov, “The largest earthquake in the area (magnitude 5.1) occurred in 1916. Moderately damaging earthquakes strike Tennesee every few decades, and smaller earthquakes are felt about once each year or two.”
This morning’s M4.4 earthquake near Decatur is the second strongest on record in East TN, according to the USGS. The strongest was a M4.7 near Maryville in 1973. #earthquake— NWS Morristown (@NWSMorristown) December 12, 2018
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#8 1:28pm in Downtown Nashville;
#7 An epic lens flare shot in Music City;
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#5 The ring every girl wants;
#4 Every step of the way;
#3 Ring of fire;
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#2 5 Karat Diamond Ring;
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#1 Timing is everything;
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