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2013-11-02 05:20:53 PM  
www.musicnotes.com

Who would have guessed that Jackson Browne's Redneck Friend was Jackson Black?
 
2013-11-02 05:47:43 PM  

Turbo Cojones: SirEattonHogg: Turbo Cojones:

If he came to my house I'd give him the "special" apple.


Blame the parent.

And exactly what good would come from that? Jessica Black of Craigsville, VA seems pretty proud of being a supporter of a vile white supremecist group.  No, the only way to slut-shame a person like that is with peer pressure.  The Little Grand Dragon, Jackson Black of Craigsville, VA has some atrocious role-models, and the saddest part is that he will never know it unless someone tells him. He in turn could perhaps help his mother, Jessica Black of Craigsville, VA to overcome her obvious mental issues.


Point of order.  The word you're looking for is 'shame' not 'slut-shame' which is a subset of shame.  Unless there is a hidden story that the lady is sleeping with the entire KKK, then you want to 'shame' her, not 'slut-shame' her.
 
2013-11-02 06:07:01 PM  

cc_rider: John Buck 41: cc_rider: John Buck 41: Cup_O_Jo: Virginia =Not SOUTH.

Could've fooled me. I was down there all last week. Saw more Stars 'n Bars than I could count and I couldn't understand a word anyone said.

Hmm...  Ordinance of Secession of Virginia
Oh yes, it's definitely "South".

Of course, not all people living there are as inbred and farktarded as this chick.

Other than disagreeing about where the South begins, after reading her Fark bio I agree with her for the most part.

For the record, I was talking about the mother that let her kid go tricKKK-or-treating.


Ah, ok. Hopefully you see the confusion.
 
2013-11-02 06:16:16 PM  

roadkillontheweb: John Buck 41: roadkillontheweb: The kid will have lots of friends when he grows up. It will allow them to say with a straight face "my best friend is black" without having to associate with them colored folk. We all know they love to point out they have a "black friend" just before they something really racist.

Do my mulatto stepsons count?

Depends on the bigots they are dealing with.


They both live here in Maine. In my experience they are treated no differently than anyone and I have heard nothing from either of them to suggest that the color of their skin has negatively affected their lives. FWIW I'm obviously not with them 24/7.
 
2013-11-02 06:22:42 PM  

Saul T. Balzac: I haven't read the article or the thread, but how the fark does a little kid even know what the Klan is?


His mom defended the costume by talking about how the Klan is still active in her town, and all the good stuff they do.  And, she also talks about how dressing up as the Klan is a proud family tradition.  Oh, and she also points out that whites and blacks should associate with each other, because Jesus.

So I'm thinking that maybe he learned about the Klan at home.
 
2013-11-02 06:26:19 PM  

The Larch: Oh, and she also points out that whites and blacks should NOTassociate with each other, because Jesus.


FTFM.  Also, she didn't really say that it was because Jesus.

// But I bet a dollar that if you helped her refilled her Vicodin prescription, you could get her to say it's because Jesus..
 
2013-11-02 06:27:50 PM  
This is why we can't have nice things.
 
2013-11-02 06:41:03 PM  
i32.photobucket.com
 
2013-11-02 06:47:54 PM  

MagSeven: Bonobo62: Turbo Cojones: planes: Ok to dress up as the DEVIL on Halloweeen, but not as a klansman.  There is some logic there somewhere.

One is real, and one is not.

That doesn't explain anything. Why is it acceptable to dress up as a fictional evil, but not acceptable to dress up as a real evil?

Because people have to face real evil everyday. It's less close to home. Just the way it is. Also common sense.



Claiming "because common sense" is just argumentum ad populum, so let's look at "because people have to face real evil everyday."

How many of the complainers have to deal with the Klan every day?  What about costumes of other evil types? Those don't seem to elicit the same outrage.  Among the costumes I saw this year were an axe murderer and a drunk driver (there were also a fair number of "robbers" but most of them looked more like mimes, so I don't know if they count). Maybe it's because I live in the Pacific Northwest, but I've known more people who were killed by murderers and drunk drivers than by the Klan, but I still didn't get my panties in a wad over the costumes. Why are some evils acceptable and others not?  Is it the body count, or is it just a matter of political correctness?
 
2013-11-02 07:09:41 PM  

Bonobo62: MagSeven: Bonobo62: Turbo Cojones: planes: Ok to dress up as the DEVIL on Halloweeen, but not as a klansman.  There is some logic there somewhere.

One is real, and one is not.

That doesn't explain anything. Why is it acceptable to dress up as a fictional evil, but not acceptable to dress up as a real evil?

Because people have to face real evil everyday. It's less close to home. Just the way it is. Also common sense.


Claiming "because common sense" is just argumentum ad populum, so let's look at "because people have to face real evil everyday."

How many of the complainers have to deal with the Klan every day?  What about costumes of other evil types? Those don't seem to elicit the same outrage.  Among the costumes I saw this year were an axe murderer and a drunk driver (there were also a fair number of "robbers" but most of them looked more like mimes, so I don't know if they count). Maybe it's because I live in the Pacific Northwest, but I've known more people who were killed by murderers and drunk drivers than by the Klan, but I still didn't get my panties in a wad over the costumes. Why are some evils acceptable and others not?  Is it the body count, or is it just a matter of political correctness?


To some people, thought crime is more heinous than real crime.
 
2013-11-02 07:22:04 PM  

Bonobo62: MagSeven: Bonobo62: Turbo Cojones: planes: Ok to dress up as the DEVIL on Halloweeen, but not as a klansman.  There is some logic there somewhere.

One is real, and one is not.

That doesn't explain anything. Why is it acceptable to dress up as a fictional evil, but not acceptable to dress up as a real evil?

Because people have to face real evil everyday. It's less close to home. Just the way it is. Also common sense.


Claiming "because common sense" is just argumentum ad populum, so let's look at "because people have to face real evil everyday."

How many of the complainers have to deal with the Klan every day?  What about costumes of other evil types? Those don't seem to elicit the same outrage.  Among the costumes I saw this year were an axe murderer and a drunk driver (there were also a fair number of "robbers" but most of them looked more like mimes, so I don't know if they count). Maybe it's because I live in the Pacific Northwest, but I've known more people who were killed by murderers and drunk drivers than by the Klan, but I still didn't get my panties in a wad over the costumes. Why are some evils acceptable and others not?  Is it the body count, or is it just a matter of political correctness?


Are you a professional dumb ass or just a gifted amateur. "Why are some evils acceptable and others not?" Probably the duration and severity of said evil. If I walked around Ground Zero in a burning towers outfit on 9-12-11, I'd probably catch a beating. If I did it last weekend, I might get a dirty look or two. Gee I wonder why that is? I don't care if people are upset at costumes. You asked why they might be. I gave a few reasons. You don't want to offend everyone? Don't wear something that might offend nearly everyone. It's not that complicated. Can't wear your klan outfit without causing a stir? I don't personally care, but boo farking hoo for you.
 
2013-11-02 07:26:49 PM  

RRicochet: Personally, I think it's hilarious. Free speech rules.


I can agree with that. But, personal responsibility also rules and this mother doesn't seem to have that. Encouraging your child to dress in a costume that causes hurt or offense? Not terribly cool.
 
2013-11-02 07:36:00 PM  

John Buck 41: Did the kid burn a cross on a lawn? Did he hang a brotha or a sista? No on both?

No story here, move on.


That. FTA: ""It's not ok, you're offending a lot of people by one little action," said Sprouse. "

Good. If no one is being harmed, then the offense is just useless butthurt.
 
2013-11-02 07:42:13 PM  

RubberBandMan: This is wrong!
If you're a cowboy, dress as a policeman or something
If you're the child of an ignorant racist redneck, dress as .................the same thing?


Well, everybody gets butthurt when you put on blackface, so....
 
2013-11-02 08:00:19 PM  
I've never kicked a seven year old before, but there's a first time for everything.  And add in a couple more for Mom too.
 
2013-11-02 08:06:02 PM  

phenn: RRicochet: Personally, I think it's hilarious. Free speech rules.

I can agree with that. But, personal responsibility also rules and this mother doesn't seem to have that. Encouraging your child to dress in a costume that causes hurt or offense? Not terribly cool.


God forbid anyone might ever be offended by an image in this delicate, fragile society we've crafted.
 
2013-11-02 08:10:40 PM  
See? See? THIS is why we don't allow siblings to marry!
 
2013-11-02 08:13:31 PM  

John Buck 41: cc_rider: John Buck 41: cc_rider: John Buck 41: Cup_O_Jo: Virginia =Not SOUTH.

Could've fooled me. I was down there all last week. Saw more Stars 'n Bars than I could count and I couldn't understand a word anyone said.

Hmm...  Ordinance of Secession of Virginia
Oh yes, it's definitely "South".

Of course, not all people living there are as inbred and farktarded as this chick.

Other than disagreeing about where the South begins, after reading her Fark bio I agree with her for the most part.

For the record, I was talking about the mother that let her kid go tricKKK-or-treating.

Ah, ok. Hopefully you see the confusion.


You people know that the "South" is defined by states south of the mason-Dixon line, right?
 
2013-11-02 08:27:24 PM  

zulius: John Buck 41: cc_rider: John Buck 41: cc_rider: John Buck 41: Cup_O_Jo: Virginia =Not SOUTH.

Could've fooled me. I was down there all last week. Saw more Stars 'n Bars than I could count and I couldn't understand a word anyone said.

Hmm...  Ordinance of Secession of Virginia
Oh yes, it's definitely "South".

Of course, not all people living there are as inbred and farktarded as this chick.

Other than disagreeing about where the South begins, after reading her Fark bio I agree with her for the most part.

For the record, I was talking about the mother that let her kid go tricKKK-or-treating.

Ah, ok. Hopefully you see the confusion.

You people know that the "South" is defined by states south of the mason-Dixon line, right?


West Virginia is below the line. Should they be considered the "South"? I mean, what with that whole Union thing and all.
 
2013-11-02 08:35:12 PM  

planes: Ok to dress up as the DEVIL on Halloweeen, but not as a klansman.  There is some logic there somewhere.


The devil is a fictional character. The klan is real and not very nice.
 
2013-11-02 08:57:10 PM  
Craigsville is a hernia.

It is a piece of offal-filled bowel that has protruded across the boundary with West Virginia.
 
2013-11-02 09:23:57 PM  

snocone: Humor is just about the best counter attack to racism and hateism.
Pulls the haters out of the shadow where you can properly mock them.


Yeah if it wasn't clear she actually was a racist, I would have no problem with it.  Reducing them to a stupid costume you pull out once a year is a good thing.  Frankly, I want to see some tacky polyester made-in-China "Sexy Klan" costumes at Wall-Mart.

(I just realised somewhere out there at least one couple must have done a sexy Klan/Slave theme BDSM costume)

Jument: The devil is a fictional character.


A very large proportion of the American population would disagree with you there.
 
2013-11-02 09:26:33 PM  

MagSeven: Bonobo62: MagSeven: Bonobo62: Turbo Cojones: planes: Ok to dress up as the DEVIL on Halloweeen, but not as a klansman.  There is some logic there somewhere.

One is real, and one is not.

That doesn't explain anything. Why is it acceptable to dress up as a fictional evil, but not acceptable to dress up as a real evil?

Because people have to face real evil everyday. It's less close to home. Just the way it is. Also common sense.


Claiming "because common sense" is just argumentum ad populum, so let's look at "because people have to face real evil everyday."

How many of the complainers have to deal with the Klan every day?  What about costumes of other evil types? Those don't seem to elicit the same outrage.  Among the costumes I saw this year were an axe murderer and a drunk driver (there were also a fair number of "robbers" but most of them looked more like mimes, so I don't know if they count). Maybe it's because I live in the Pacific Northwest, but I've known more people who were killed by murderers and drunk drivers than by the Klan, but I still didn't get my panties in a wad over the costumes. Why are some evils acceptable and others not?  Is it the body count, or is it just a matter of political correctness?

Are you a professional dumb ass or just a gifted amateur. "Why are some evils acceptable and others not?" Probably the duration and severity of said evil. If I walked around Ground Zero in a burning towers outfit on 9-12-11, I'd probably catch a beating. If I did it last weekend, I might get a dirty look or two. Gee I wonder why that is? I don't care if people are upset at costumes. You asked why they might be. I gave a few reasons. You don't want to offend everyone? Don't wear something that might offend nearly everyone. It's not that complicated. Can't wear your klan outfit without causing a stir? I don't personally care, but boo farking hoo for you.


If you don't know, just say you don't know. There's no need to resort to insults to hide your ignorance.
 
2013-11-02 10:00:19 PM  

Cup_O_Jo: Virginia =Not SOUTH.


Mason-Dixon line, and current geography be damned?

Serious Post on Serious Thread: JDJoeE: scottydoesntknow: His mom maintains there is nothing wrong with the costume or the Klu Klux Klan, which she says still exists in Craigsville.

Well there's yer problem

/Heh, Ms. Black is a white supremacist

I dont have a problem with kids dressing up  as whatever.  This is supposed to be a free country after all.  If people get their undergarments in a bunch because someone wants to dress up as a racisct/religious asshat Id have to say those whinging  and the dresser are all  asshats.   At the best the kid learns why the KKK is bad.  At the worst you have a bunch of anti-american-commie-jebus-hating-slug-loving-slimeballs dictating policy.

/said with a wee touch of sarcasm

Speaking of bunched undergarments, I missed the part where she was arrested and convicted of a crime. So your point is what exactly?


I got turned into a newt?
 
2013-11-02 10:30:13 PM  
Woah, Bonobo! "Dumb ass" is a made up slang word. Why are you offended?
 
2013-11-02 10:50:45 PM  
HAHAHA dumb hick biatch
 
2013-11-02 11:07:09 PM  
My best friend and wore KKK costumes one year. We were prob 10. Was here in a very middle class Cleveland suburb. I have NO idea why my mother let us. My Mom is awesome and kind and none of my family are racist. We just thought it was funny for some dumb reason.

Sometimes I look back and smh.
 
2013-11-02 11:09:14 PM  
I also wonder about the people who gave us candy.
 
2013-11-02 11:19:44 PM  
The Black's are dressing their kids in Klan outfits now.
 
2013-11-02 11:48:45 PM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: phenn: RRicochet: Personally, I think it's hilarious. Free speech rules.

I can agree with that. But, personal responsibility also rules and this mother doesn't seem to have that. Encouraging your child to dress in a costume that causes hurt or offense? Not terribly cool.

God forbid anyone might ever be offended by an image in this delicate, fragile society we've crafted.


Put in some real effort or give up, dude. You have like 4-5 comments in this thread, and over all I'd give you a -4/10
 
2013-11-02 11:53:46 PM  

too2ez: kling_klang_bed: santadog: kling_klang_bed: What would have topped it all off is if he did the dice game part from "Kentucky Fried Movie" while dressed up like that. What's the worst that coulda happened?

2nd time this week I've seen that movie title.  What does it mean???

It means see it if you haven't!

Exactly.  And add "The Groove Tube" and make it a double feature.



Lol, here's the one scene I was talking about. Enjoy! (and imagine that kid in the KKK costume doing this one!)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqTpqIUWVrc
 
2013-11-02 11:55:13 PM  

John Buck 41: Cup_O_Jo: Virginia =Not SOUTH.

Could've fooled me. I was down there all last week. Saw more Stars 'n Bars than I could count and I couldn't understand a word anyone said.


what part of Virginia? there's a big difference between a place like alexandria or charlottesville and a place like roanoke.
 
2013-11-03 12:33:21 AM  

stonelotus: ReverendJynxed: AllUpInYa: scottydoesntknow: planes: Ok to dress up as the DEVIL on Halloweeen, but not as a klansman.  There is some logic there somewhere.

Well considering the devil can't actually be blamed for horrible or evil things (religious people might believe he did, but no actual evidence of it). On the other end, we have tons of evidence and proof that the KKK is a horrible group who have done atrocious things the past (and may still continue to do so).

Pretty easy to figure out actually.

So, no dressing up as a pirate or soldier, then, got it...

Or a cop.

or a banker, politician (especially the president), priest, rabbi, etc.


See, almost all of those types are capable of being rational, decent people. (The pirate is iffy, but as long as it's a Long John Silver type pirate and not a Somali pirate then it's mostly in the realm of fantasy.) The fact that some bankers, politicians, cops or soldiers are not good people does not mean that irrationality is an inherent characteristic of the job description. They are essential roles in society. Priests and rabbis have to be irrational to some degree to believe in religion, but they don't necessarily have to be pants-on-head nutty. It's a question of how much they believe their religion to be practical in the "real world".

But Klansmen? Come on. Yeah, I'm saying it right here: I don't believe a single one is capable of being a good person. It's pretty much in their job description to be assholes. They formed their organization with the purpose of being assholes. Maybe dressing up as one will be appropriate someday when they are nothing but a distant memory, like the Spanish Inquisition, but until then...
 
2013-11-03 12:42:25 AM  

The_Original_Roxtar: John Buck 41: Cup_O_Jo: Virginia =Not SOUTH.

Could've fooled me. I was down there all last week. Saw more Stars 'n Bars than I could count and I couldn't understand a word anyone said.

what part of Virginia? there's a big difference between a place like alexandria or charlottesville and a place like roanoke.


Wytheville.
 
2013-11-03 01:03:56 AM  

John Buck 41: The_Original_Roxtar: John Buck 41: Cup_O_Jo: Virginia =Not SOUTH.

Could've fooled me. I was down there all last week. Saw more Stars 'n Bars than I could count and I couldn't understand a word anyone said.

what part of Virginia? there's a big difference between a place like alexandria or charlottesville and a place like roanoke.

Wytheville.


yeah... panhandle va is old coal country. meth and poor people.
compare to arlington
 
2013-11-03 01:53:34 AM  

B.L.Z. Bub: stonelotus: ReverendJynxed: AllUpInYa: scottydoesntknow: planes: Ok to dress up as the DEVIL on Halloweeen, but not as a klansman.  There is some logic there somewhere.

Well considering the devil can't actually be blamed for horrible or evil things (religious people might believe he did, but no actual evidence of it). On the other end, we have tons of evidence and proof that the KKK is a horrible group who have done atrocious things the past (and may still continue to do so).

Pretty easy to figure out actually.

So, no dressing up as a pirate or soldier, then, got it...

Or a cop.

or a banker, politician (especially the president), priest, rabbi, etc.

See, almost all of those types are capable of being rational, decent people. (The pirate is iffy, but as long as it's a Long John Silver type pirate and not a Somali pirate then it's mostly in the realm of fantasy.) The fact that some bankers, politicians, cops or soldiers are not good people does not mean that irrationality is an inherent characteristic of the job description. They are essential roles in society. Priests and rabbis have to be irrational to some degree to believe in religion, but they don't necessarily have to be pants-on-head nutty. It's a question of how much they believe their religion to be practical in the "real world".

But Klansmen? Come on. Yeah, I'm saying it right here: I don't believe a single one is capable of being a good person. It's pretty much in their job description to be assholes. They formed their organization with the purpose of being assholes. Maybe dressing up as one will be appropriate someday when they are nothing but a distant memory, like the Spanish Inquisition, but until then...


So they're evil and scary. That sounds like a perfect costume for Halloween.
 
2013-11-03 02:06:00 AM  

Bonobo62: B.L.Z. Bub: stonelotus: ReverendJynxed: AllUpInYa: scottydoesntknow: planes: Ok to dress up as the DEVIL on Halloweeen, but not as a klansman.  There is some logic there somewhere.

Well considering the devil can't actually be blamed for horrible or evil things (religious people might believe he did, but no actual evidence of it). On the other end, we have tons of evidence and proof that the KKK is a horrible group who have done atrocious things the past (and may still continue to do so).

Pretty easy to figure out actually.

So, no dressing up as a pirate or soldier, then, got it...

Or a cop.

or a banker, politician (especially the president), priest, rabbi, etc.

See, almost all of those types are capable of being rational, decent people. (The pirate is iffy, but as long as it's a Long John Silver type pirate and not a Somali pirate then it's mostly in the realm of fantasy.) The fact that some bankers, politicians, cops or soldiers are not good people does not mean that irrationality is an inherent characteristic of the job description. They are essential roles in society. Priests and rabbis have to be irrational to some degree to believe in religion, but they don't necessarily have to be pants-on-head nutty. It's a question of how much they believe their religion to be practical in the "real world".

But Klansmen? Come on. Yeah, I'm saying it right here: I don't believe a single one is capable of being a good person. It's pretty much in their job description to be assholes. They formed their organization with the purpose of being assholes. Maybe dressing up as one will be appropriate someday when they are nothing but a distant memory, like the Spanish Inquisition, but until then...

So they're evil and scary. That sounds like a perfect costume for Halloween.


They're evil and scary and too close to reality (the KKK is very much still alive in the U.S., even if they don't lynch people anymore). Halloween is supposed to be about fantasy, not reminding you of reality and bumming people out.
 
2013-11-03 02:07:49 AM  

Bonobo62: So they're evil and scary. That sounds like a perfect costume for Halloween.


If you think it's such an awesome costume, go ahead and wear a Klan costume next year.  Heck, go ahead and wear it to work   If anyone complains, just explain it to them like you've explained it to us.
 
2013-11-03 02:51:54 AM  

The Larch: Bonobo62: So they're evil and scary. That sounds like a perfect costume for Halloween.

If you think it's such an awesome costume, go ahead and wear a Klan costume next year.  Heck, go ahead and wear it to work   If anyone complains, just explain it to them like you've explained it to us.


I'm self-employed. It wouldn't be nearly as controversial around here as you might think. If I want to offend myself, I'll dress as Miley Cyrus.
 
2013-11-03 06:09:25 AM  
It's suppose to be white with white. Black with black. Man with woman and all of that. That's what the KKK stands for. The KKK every year, raises money to donate to the St. Jude's," said Jessica Black.

These are the types of retards I wish could see (and comprehend) their own genetic profile. We are so ridiculously diverse in our own backgrounds, you never know who was getting to know who in a biblical sense many generations ago. The cognitive dissonance would make a lot of dumb racist cracker heads asplode.
 
2013-11-03 07:31:56 AM  

planes: Ok to dress up as the DEVIL on Halloweeen, but not as a klansman.  There is some logic there somewhere.



Dressing up as the devil is going to offend some people, too; especially around here.  Still, let's not forget that lynchings and other violence done by KKK members are still within living memory.  There are people alive today who have had atrocities committed against them by people wearing that outfit.  Give it another 50 years, and a klansmen's outfit will be "retro".
 
2013-11-03 08:30:06 AM  
i194.photobucket.com

He had to one-up the neighbor kid.

/Catholic preacher's son
 
2013-11-03 08:53:01 AM  
It could have been much worse.
www.bookmice.net

Could have allowed her kid to dress up as an Overseer.

/obscure??
 
2013-11-03 09:52:36 AM  

Saul T. Balzac: I haven't read the article or the thread, but how the fark does a little kid even know what the Klan is?


DIS.

Maybe got it mixed up with the Kulture Klub???
 
2013-11-03 09:58:03 AM  

Resident Muslim: Super Chronic: Both TFA and the video get the organization's name wrong.  "Ku," not "Klu."

So what yer saying is that everyone involved is actually Klu-less?!


images2.wikia.nocookie.net

Kluless, brother of Kahless...
 
2013-11-03 10:46:37 AM  

RobSeace: Resident Muslim: Super Chronic: Both TFA and the video get the organization's name wrong.  "Ku," not "Klu."

So what yer saying is that everyone involved is actually Klu-less?!



Kluless, brother of Kahless...


Oh, the guy who walks everywhere?
 
2013-11-03 10:56:54 AM  

LoneWolf343: Lady Indica: "It's suppose to be white with white. Black with black. Man with woman and all of that. That's what the KKK stands for. The KKK every year, raises money to donate to the St. Jude's," said Jessica Black.

Yup that's mom's "reasoning".

They donate to a Catholic hospital?

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Nice catch!
 
2013-11-03 12:16:48 PM  

The_Original_Roxtar: John Buck 41: The_Original_Roxtar: John Buck 41: Cup_O_Jo: Virginia =Not SOUTH.

Could've fooled me. I was down there all last week. Saw more Stars 'n Bars than I could count and I couldn't understand a word anyone said.

what part of Virginia? there's a big difference between a place like alexandria or charlottesville and a place like roanoke.

Wytheville.

yeah... panhandle va is old coal country. meth and poor people.
compare to arlington


I was at the hotel and work most of the week, except for a foray into downtown one afternoon looking for a liquor store. Surprised to see Food Lion and Rite Aid not selling booze. Well, beer and wine, but not BOOZE.
 
2013-11-03 03:24:16 PM  

John Buck 41: The_Original_Roxtar: John Buck 41: The_Original_Roxtar: John Buck 41: Cup_O_Jo: Virginia =Not SOUTH.

Could've fooled me. I was down there all last week. Saw more Stars 'n Bars than I could count and I couldn't understand a word anyone said.

what part of Virginia? there's a big difference between a place like alexandria or charlottesville and a place like roanoke.

Wytheville.

yeah... panhandle va is old coal country. meth and poor people.
compare to arlington

I was at the hotel and work most of the week, except for a foray into downtown one afternoon looking for a liquor store. Surprised to see Food Lion and Rite Aid not selling booze. Well, beer and wine, but not BOOZE.


"booze" is only sold by the state in virginia. look for a virginia abc store if you want liquor.
 
2013-11-03 06:45:42 PM  

The_Original_Roxtar: John Buck 41: The_Original_Roxtar: John Buck 41: The_Original_Roxtar: John Buck 41: Cup_O_Jo: Virginia =Not SOUTH.

Could've fooled me. I was down there all last week. Saw more Stars 'n Bars than I could count and I couldn't understand a word anyone said.

what part of Virginia? there's a big difference between a place like alexandria or charlottesville and a place like roanoke.

Wytheville.

yeah... panhandle va is old coal country. meth and poor people.
compare to arlington

I was at the hotel and work most of the week, except for a foray into downtown one afternoon looking for a liquor store. Surprised to see Food Lion and Rite Aid not selling booze. Well, beer and wine, but not BOOZE.

"booze" is only sold by the state in virginia. look for a virginia abc store if you want liquor.


Yep, that's where I ended up.
 
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