Not that I ever post here, but I do read the politics and I must say this. More posting from Grimis and MoeGates, less from other people would make me happy (although why should a nonposter's view matter. Ego I guess.)
Originally posted by messenoirNot that I ever post here, but I do read the politics and I must say this. More posting from Grimis and MoeGates, less from other people would make me happy (although why should a nonposter's view matter. Ego I guess.)
Well I'm originally from an area of Jersey not tainted by you new yawkers
So it's a place tainted by the Philadelphians? They can't be much better in your eyes
and my choice of pictures has nothing to do with you leftwing weiners, and everything to do with Dick Gephardt
Dick's not leftwing Weiner?
I don't know how many people acually fly the Confederate flag in flag form, but the representation of that flag is around a lot. Maybe not directly across the river from new york, but it's around. People wear it on shirts or jackets and display it on their cars and trucks, especially as the rear window of a pickup. I saw it a lot growing up in South Jersey (lots of Confederate items available at the Cowtown Rodeo/flea market). I saw it a lot growing up in South Jersey (lots of Confederate items available at the Cowtown Rodeo/flea market). But you city slickers would most likely dismiss those people as 'red necks' or 'hicks' so I guess they don't matter.
Please believe me when I say that I have a lot more problems with the folks "right across the river" than I do with "red necks" or "hicks" (having been born in Kentucky myself).
There's a guy who sells flags on the highway close to my parents house. He's got the confederate flag so if you want, I'll pick one up for you next time I'm down there.
You know, despite the fact that most everyone in my neighborhood seems to be about 80 years old, I have no doubt they'll kick my ass like they did Hitler's if I were to fly one of those. But thanks anyway.
It seems that I am - in no particular order - Zack Morris, John Adams, a Siren, Aphrodite, Cletus the Slack Jawed Yokel, Amy-Wynn Pastor, Hydrogen, Spider-Man, and Boston.
At least that's what the NY Times is reporting: The memo says extremists are failing to enlist support inside the country, and have been unable to scare the Americans into leaving. It even laments Iraq's lack of mountains in which to take refuge.