... A Sour Apple Tree

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I'm a 37 year-old guy from Huntington, WV.

Monday, September 15, 2008

Polar Bear Swimming at Brocks Bridge, Summersville Lake, West Virginia

Here are some kids from Webster County taking a dip at Brocks Bridge in Summersville, WV:

My feelings about dumb stunts (...ASAT legally has to frown on even totally sweet stunts at the lake 'cause the ACoE are paper-pushing fun nazis), teenage tobacco consumption (smoking causes cancer and a funny sense of entitlement regarding your "right" to smoke in bars, restaurants, churches, WalMart, etc.), and Webster County (got cheese?) aside, it is just good to hear some folks who talk normal after 2 weeks of Sarah Palin's grating Minnesoooooooootan accent ("lipstick...").

Oh, and a note to the girl who ain't ne'er seen a black dude turn "red." Get him some moonshine, as it tends to turn just about anyone's neck red.


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Blogger crystal said...

what's more annoying than her accent is her inability to determine how many times is too many to say someone's name.
Charlie? I'll tell you what I believe Charlie. Charlie, I believe I am right Charlie and that's because Charlie that I am right Charlie.
HOLY CRAP!! It's like she's remaking Charlie the Unicorn or something.

Monday, September 15, 2008  
Blogger Lara, the Neurotic Att'y said...

No, no, no, Crystal. It's called M-A-N-I-P-U-L-A-T-I-O-N. When I was an RA in college, part of our "training" was in how to keep the upper hand in a situation. They taught us to use a person's name frequently to "soothe" them and "take control" of the situation.

Monday, September 15, 2008  
Blogger Chris James said...

Does this mean that Palin was an RA at one of her 11 colleges?

The resume pads itself!!!

Tuesday, September 16, 2008  

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