THE SWAMP (DUNWOODY CHAPTER)

There's a fine line between hero and asshole, and it takes either bravery or a brain addled by borderline personality disorder to tread it. Daryl Cook has one or the other, since it's been a year since he protested a Fulton County Zoning board decision not to rezone his property by painting his house into a full size, shocking orange replica of Florida Field at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium he dubbed "The Swamp of Dunwoody." (HT: John)

Balls. Or clinically antisocial behavior. We're not really sure.

The house now sits in the newly incorporated city of Sandy Springs, so Cook will try again on his request with the new zoning board. Given that this is clearly a case of Florida versus Georgia, using recent trends we would predict victory for Cook oh, say, 13 out of 15 times.

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