Special ED209: I believe the term for this is, Yee Haa./ I have successfully avoided the south like a fat man avoids salad for 40 years.// Specifically because of hillbilly shiat like this.
badgerb: Does it sell Dick Trickle Lighting?
JasonOfOrillia: Well, given the bootlegging history of NASCAR it is somewhat appropriate.That being said I would have thought that rally racing was closer to bootlegging driving.
catzies: Special ED209: I believe the term for this is, Yee Haa./ I have successfully avoided the south like a fat man avoids salad for 40 years.// Specifically because of hillbilly shiat like this.Well, bless your heart.
colithian: They're not even trying to fight stereotypes, are they?
Silly Jesus: It's funny how some stereotypes are so off limits yet others are "hilarious."
AssAsInAssassin: catzies: Special ED209: I believe the term for this is, Yee Haa./ I have successfully avoided the south like a fat man avoids salad for 40 years.// Specifically because of hillbilly shiat like this.Well, bless your heart.Are you gonna let her insult you like that? (She called you a moran.)
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Special ED209: / I have successfully avoided the south like a fat man avoids salad for 40 years.
Guuberre: Here's a bit of sad history that may put this odd combination of City Hall, Racing Museum, and moonshine still into perspective. Several years ago, Bill Elliot (aka Awesome Bill from Dawsonville) was involved in building the museum. The idea was to bring tourist traffic into Dawson county. What he failed to take into account is that Dawsonville is way the hell up Georgia 400. Getting to the museum takes you a few miles down a two-lane highway into the very tiny town of Dawsonville. Bless his heart. There's just not a lot of reason for anybody to through that area unless you're trying to get to some other asscrack town up that way. I'm sure gas prices just put the final nail into the coffin.
Bucky Katt: It's not really "moonshine" if it's legal.
Special ED209: Eh, It's an irrational hatred for all southern yokels. Perhaps I just haven't met any normal (?) southerners. All I've ever met are Bubbas. Mouth breathing, inbred looking (usually) foul smelling Bubbas. I shouldn't judge the entire lower half of the country based on the many, many hillbillies I've met.I'm sure that there are plenty of them that shower and can form a sentence without using the word (s) "y'all" or "Down the holler there by yonder crick"/ I do like Foghorn Leghorn if that redeems me in some small way.// It is an irrational feeling. Maybe one day it'll pass. Like a kidney stone or something...
Special ED209: AssAsInAssassin: catzies: Special ED209:" based on the many, many hillbillies I've met."
Rip Dashrock: I'm guessing it's illegal to set up a still in the garage, even for personal use?I can home brew beer, so where is the cut off point between legal booze making and illegal?
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