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(Some Beer Guy)   Attention Pennsyltucky area Farkers, this Sunday there will be goat races and German beer at the Sly Fox Brewhouse & Eatery in Phoenixville. P.S. Bring your loose fitting boots (details in link)   (slyfoxbeer.com) divider line 42
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2013-05-03 03:04:11 PM
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2013-05-03 03:08:50 PM
For some reason this scares the hell out of me...
 
2013-05-03 03:09:18 PM
Bet on the one with 3 legs.
 
2013-05-03 03:11:08 PM
Y'all have fun.
i2.photobucket.com
 
2013-05-03 03:15:25 PM

you have pee hands: Bet on the one with 3 legs.


Penny won last year.

We had a great time last year at this so my friends and I will be going on Sunday. The beer, food and German oompah band  are very good.

/sudsy subby
//enjoy it if you can make it
 
2013-05-03 03:19:06 PM
Most of my kickball team work for a vetrinary clinic and will be attending.
 
2013-05-03 03:20:00 PM
Why would I keep loose fitting boots?
 
2013-05-03 03:23:21 PM
That's not Pennsyltucky.
 
2013-05-03 03:23:45 PM
It's weird to imagine that human beings actually inhabit Pennsylvania
 
2013-05-03 03:25:28 PM

ami5000: That's not Pennsyltucky.


Thank you.

Phoenixville might not be the Main Line (and despite what some locals say, it most definitely isn't), but you've got to go about 80 - 100 miles west before you start to hear the banjo music.
 
2013-05-03 03:26:36 PM

Contrabulous Flabtraption: It's weird to imagine that human beings actually inhabit Pennsylvania


We paved all the valleys and built car dealerships and Toys-R-Us stores there. If you want trees you have to go up on the mountain ridges.
 
2013-05-03 03:32:35 PM
Attention subby - Pennsyltucky is way West of there.  It's where morons roam.  It's probably where you're from.
 
2013-05-03 03:33:54 PM

meathome: ami5000: That's not Pennsyltucky.

Thank you.

Phoenixville might not be the Main Line (and despite what some locals say, it most definitely isn't), but you've got to go about 80 - 100 miles west before you start to hear the banjo music.


Phoenixville is on the up and up too.  Still far from the Main Line in terms of ass-f*cking property taxes, but it's on its way.
 
2013-05-03 03:35:26 PM

Mrs.Sharpier: Why would I keep loose fitting boots?


You ain't from around here are you?

psst.......the goat's back legs go into the loose boots to keep you from being kicked while you, well , you know ........
 
2013-05-03 03:36:38 PM

ami5000: That's not Pennsyltucky.


Pennsyltucky?! I'm going on 180 this weekend... Oh down by Philly

Stoopid can't put your comment after mine mobile
 
2013-05-03 03:43:24 PM
The Blob was set in Phoenixville.
 
2013-05-03 03:43:27 PM
I went to summer camp in Phoenixville for a few years as kid..many moons ago...

I had weird flashbacks seeing the name of the town after all these years. and on Fark of all places.
 
2013-05-03 03:58:00 PM

ami5000: That's not Pennsyltucky.


Came here to say this.  Pennsyltucky is right down the middle of the state.  I know, I grew up there.


//Lock Haven represent!
 
2013-05-03 03:59:40 PM

coeyagi: Phoenixville is on the up and up too.  Still far from the Main Line in terms of ass-f*cking property taxes, but it's on its way.


Yeah, I think the Eastern half of the state mistakeningly thinks that they're in CA based on some of the local and property tax rates.  Don't get me wrong, it could be worse, but it's the only part of the country I'm familiar with that thought it would be a good idea to raise taxes during the economic downturn.
 
2013-05-03 04:01:31 PM

AlwaysRightBoy: /sudsy subby
//enjoy it if you can make it


Wish we could, but baseball > goat races.
 
2013-05-03 04:12:40 PM

Spandau: ami5000: That's not Pennsyltucky.

Came here to say this.  Pennsyltucky is right down the middle of the state.  I know, I grew up there.


//Lock Haven represent!


Still currently stuck on the edge of Pennsyltucky. Schuylkill County is only a few banjos shy of Deliverence in some parts.
 
2013-05-03 04:16:04 PM

meathome: coeyagi: Phoenixville is on the up and up too.  Still far from the Main Line in terms of ass-f*cking property taxes, but it's on its way.

Yeah, I think the Eastern half of the state mistakeningly thinks that they're in CA based on some of the local and property tax rates.  Don't get me wrong, it could be worse, but it's the only part of the country I'm familiar with that thought it would be a good idea to raise taxes during the economic downturn.


They have it worse in New Jersey and New York.
 
2013-05-03 04:26:17 PM

ami5000: That's not Pennsyltucky.


Yeah, what she said.

canavar: I had weird flashbacks seeing the name of the town after all these years. and on Fark of all places.


I started going out there shortly after I moved into the region in 2005. Phoenixville has changed a lot, even since then.
 
2013-05-03 04:45:53 PM

meathome: ami5000: That's not Pennsyltucky.

Thank you.

Phoenixville might not be the Main Line (and despite what some locals say, it most definitely isn't), but you've got to go about 80 - 100 miles west before you start to hear the banjo music.


You know after living and traveling through Texas for 7 years and traveling in Pennsylvania extensively for a number of years, and now that I live in PA, I can honestly say that country people in PA seem a lot smarter than the Texas country people. Not to start a PA vs. Texas war but even the Amish seem more in tune with what is going on culturally than your typical Texas country person.

But, I grew up in the deep south and that place...well I will stop here.

But the event seems fun.
 
2013-05-03 05:28:01 PM
I'd love to go but not going to drive all the way from Cleveland for it. Sounds like a good time.
 
2013-05-03 05:28:15 PM
I grew up in Mississippi, then spent many years in the hills of West Virginia.  Now I'm in southeast PA about a half hour from Phoenixville.  Trust me, it's this part of PA is far from being a redneck, backwoods place.
 
2013-05-03 05:50:28 PM

This text is now purple: The Blob was set in Phoenixville.


Downingtown, not Phoenixville

http://theblobsite.filmbuffonline.com/Locations/DowingtownDiner.htm
 
2013-05-03 06:17:56 PM

suebhoney: This text is now purple: The Blob was set in Phoenixville.

Downingtown, not Phoenixville

http://theblobsite.filmbuffonline.com/Locations/DowingtownDiner.htm


The dash from the theater scene was filmed at the Colonial in Phoenixville.

http://thecolonialtheatre.com/2013/events/blobfest-2013/
 
2013-05-03 06:55:19 PM
Great bike trail in Pennsylvania.  We'll be riding it from Pittsburgh to DC this June.

Every 10 miles you get to see the locals stopping for a ciggy break.
 
2013-05-03 09:02:01 PM
Born in Phoenixville, which is not even close to Pennsyltucky, so I'm getting a kick.

Grew up in McKean County, and you bet your ass that's Pennsyltucky.

Have fun with the goats!
 
2013-05-03 09:31:15 PM
Well, since I live right down the road from Phoenixville, it looks like I have something to do this weekend.
 
2013-05-03 10:14:29 PM
Phoenixville is the 'tucky?  Jim Thorpe flips you the finger. ( the town, the man is dead and leaving soon)
 
2013-05-03 10:53:42 PM

Crackers Are a Family Food: Well, since I live right down the road from Phoenixville, it looks like I have something to do this weekend.


Well come by and say hello to the Jersey crowd that will be near the finish line.

/bytheway, most people on the other side of the Delaware River consider all of Penn. to be
Pennsyltucky. It's just a joke, so don't take it seriously.


/ going with my friend who has a small farm on the Penn side for the last ten years. Yeah he was from jersey too
 
2013-05-03 11:01:50 PM
I used to live ~1/2 mile from the Slyfox and, yeah, like everyone's been saying, it's comfortable suburbia.
 
2013-05-03 11:03:10 PM

coeyagi: meathome: ami5000: That's not Pennsyltucky.

Thank you.

Phoenixville might not be the Main Line (and despite what some locals say, it most definitely isn't), but you've got to go about 80 - 100 miles west before you start to hear the banjo music.

Phoenixville is on the up and up too.  Still far from the Main Line in terms of ass-f*cking property taxes, but it's on its way.


Not unless it is drifting south... Sorry, no main line for you.
 
2013-05-03 11:05:02 PM
And they have the new pop-top can. Beer rep brought us one at my store the other day.
 
2013-05-03 11:12:06 PM

GloomCookie613: Spandau: ami5000: That's not Pennsyltucky.

Came here to say this.  Pennsyltucky is right down the middle of the state.  I know, I grew up there.


//Lock Haven represent!

Still currently stuck on the edge of Pennsyltucky. Schuylkill County is only a few banjos shy of Deliverence in some parts.


I went on a date with a girl from Schuykill County. Only person I've ever met who unironically used the phrase "race traitor".

In reference to white rappers in case you were wondering.
 
2013-05-03 11:20:18 PM

master of unlocking: GloomCookie613: Spandau: ami5000: That's not Pennsyltucky.

Came here to say this.  Pennsyltucky is right down the middle of the state.  I know, I grew up there.


//Lock Haven represent!

Still currently stuck on the edge of Pennsyltucky. Schuylkill County is only a few banjos shy of Deliverence in some parts.

I went on a date with a girl from Schuykill County. Only person I've ever met who unironically used the phrase "race traitor".

In reference to white rappers in case you were wondering.


We're not all made in that mold, I swear. I'm a bisexual, nerdy, atheist, liberal in redneckville ... we're rare, but do exist.

/don't get too excited
//married
///aaaand a fattie
 
2013-05-03 11:22:11 PM
The Skook!  Dated a gal from there for one night.
 
2013-05-04 09:32:31 AM

meathome: ami5000: That's not Pennsyltucky.

Thank you.

Phoenixville might not be the Main Line (and despite what some locals say, it most definitely isn't), but you've got to go about 80 - 100 miles west before you start to hear the banjo music.


Seriously, anyone who considers that Pennsyltucky has never been west of Harrisburg. Phoenixville is actually a pretty great little town. Especially considering it used to be Philly suburb slum.
 
2013-05-04 10:08:03 AM

Contrabulous Flabtraption: It's weird to imagine that human beings actually inhabit Pennsylvania


Odds are that Chester County, PA makes wherever you live look like crap.
 
2013-05-04 11:14:59 AM

master of unlocking: GloomCookie613: Spandau: ami5000: That's not Pennsyltucky.

Came here to say this.  Pennsyltucky is right down the middle of the state.  I know, I grew up there.


//Lock Haven represent!

Still currently stuck on the edge of Pennsyltucky. Schuylkill County is only a few banjos shy of Deliverence in some parts.

I went on a date with a girl from Schuykill County. Only person I've ever met who unironically used the phrase "race traitor".

In reference to white rappers in case you were wondering.


Skooks represent! Again though, not really Pennsyltucky, just depressed former coal mining area.
 
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