Our kind of Christmas?

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  1. Pecker

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    Thought you guys might appreciate a little Macromedia Flash that puts Christmas in Southern America in perspective.

    Click here and sing along!
     
  2. jonb

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    Okay, what part of the South has snow?
     
  3. Pecker

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    Well, until this winter, mostly the Upper South. :lol:

    I lived in the Dallas, Texas area until my 11th birthday and I remember it snowing there a couple of times.

    Now I live where the South begins and we get plenty of the white stuff every winter.

    (You can tell when it has snowed - it sticks to the top of the car on blocks in the front yard first.)
     
  4. jonb

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    Well, if Bush has his way, this will be our constant experience once the North Atlantic Current's shot to hell.

    I'm not sure where the South begins. I lost track when I saw a monument to Confederate dead in Helena.
     
  5. Imported

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    TripodMillenium: It's much more simple just to stick to the Mason-Dixon line for that bit of info....

    Less agravation that way :p
     
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    You just can't resist making everything into a political fight can you? Since you have so insanely begun it I will bring in the next part which is the reiminder to you (and the other liberals of the world) that Junior is not solely responsible for the current state of ecological meltdown. There were other Presidents before him who did little or nothing to stop the decay as well as leaders of other nations who stood idly by as ice floes sailed past. What say we get out our history books and start disecting where things first went wrong. Why I do believe it was that pesky caveman who built a fire thus starting to soil the air with the first manmade elements of polution.

    Now, could we all get back to the humour which Pecker was kind enough to offer us?
     
  7. B_Hung Muscle

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    You just can't resist making everything into a political fight can you? Since you have so insanely begun it I will bring in the next part which is the reiminder to you (and the other liberals of the world) that Junior is not solely responsible for the current state of ecological meltdown. There were other Presidents before him who did little or nothing to stop the decay as well as leaders of other nations who stood idly by as ice floes sailed past. What say we get out our history books and start disecting where things first went wrong. Why I do believe it was that pesky caveman who built a fire thus starting to soil the air with the first manmade elements of polution.

    Now, could we all get back to the humour which Pecker was kind enough to offer us?
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    Wow. Cool. I never knew that British spelling predominates east of Omaha and west of Riverhead. Here in the blue states, we still spell it "humor."
     
  8. B_RoysToy

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    Gross, grosser, grossest. I select the last one, but have to admit the bit of Macromedia Flash brought a couple of chuckles from me. Will we ever be able to live down out Southern image? :wub:
     
  9. Pecker

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    I hope not :lol: .

    I'm still enjoying the heck out of the Redneck reputation that NASCAR fans have earned. Hopefully the stockcar racing fans won't be all uppity snots before I'm gone.
     
  10. SomeGuyOverThere

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    Thats was pretty funny :lol:
     
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    That's some funny stuff, alright. Too bad the actual subjects depicted don't know how funny they are.
     
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