19 responses

  1. namorama
    24-Feb-2006

    Awesome anagrams! I had no idea you could make such words out of MARTA names.

  2. Thomas
    24-Feb-2006

    Curses. It appears that you posted your anagram-remix of MARTA mere hours before my own. See?

    Still, I’m quite impressed with the similarities, some right down to the letter. After all, when you have the opportunity to use “Antacid Yolk,” you just have to do it.

  3. Adam Arrowood
    24-Feb-2006

    er… pretty funny, but “Vine of Spit” isn’t a true anagram for Five Points (where’s the F?)… how about “Pit of Vines” instead ?

  4. Adam Arrowood
    24-Feb-2006

    doh!… I gotta drink more coffee in the morning.

  5. codeman38
    24-Feb-2006

    Adam: It’s just like the old ‘count the F’s in this sentence’ trick… it’s way too easy to skip over ‘of’. Don’t feel bad; I have those moments all too frequently as well. :)

  6. paul
    24-Feb-2006

    Rude Cat was closest, but I generally used Naval Ode. Funny stuff, this.

  7. Chuck
    24-Feb-2006

    This is a great map. Lots of fun for a former Atlanta resident (just a mile from the Rude Cat station).

  8. Dara
    24-Feb-2006

    Hey, thanks for letting me know about this. I posted the link on my blog.

  9. Chumley
    26-Feb-2006

    I killed a Saturday morn on this too.

    Here’s my AM RAT map:
    [link]

  10. naisioxerloro
    28-Nov-2007

    Hi.
    Good design, who make it?

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