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Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Welcome to the South!

In case you weren't paying too close attention, Mrs. Dependable and i just spent two weeks at one of the Tar Heel state's finest beaches, celebrating our nuptials and doing what the old folks call honeymooning.

I am, as i seem to be a lot these days, swamped with work and meetings, but i'm going to try and post some of the photos we took during that time here over the next week or so.

I guess this is the local Visitors Bureau and Welcoming Committee for out of staters.

Supply, NC

They sure do know how to make a yankee feel welcome down here.



  • Hell, yeah!

    Reminds me of this here motion pitcher:

    and this here pho-toe from said motion pitcher:

    Yee. Haw.

    By Blogger Tony, at 9:53 PM  

  • They sure do know how to make a yankee feel welcome down here.

    'Cause what they do in Supply, NC is all about you.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:37 AM  

  • I've certainly contributed enough money to the local economy over the past month.

    And i'm clearly not the only person to pass through who was born more than 50 miles away.

    Perhaps you can tell me more about the panorama photographed? Is it up year round? I don't recall it from my last visit. Maybe it was an early Halloween decoration? And what's up with the naked female mannequins?

    By Blogger Barry Ragin, at 12:14 PM  

  • Did you get your vaccinations before going? Hepatitis A, hepatitis B, tetanus, diphtheria, influenza, anything?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:46 AM  

  • nah, i figure that fifteen years of breathing the air, drinking the water, and eating the food has immunized me against any of the physical and mental diseases that are prevalent around here.

    Including assholery.

    By Blogger Barry Ragin, at 9:50 AM  

  • Who are you to show up in some little town and insist that they comport yourself in a manner understandable to you just because you spent some money there?

    Assholery? I think you're projecting again. And I bet you wonder why the expression "Yankee go home" still has currency.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:14 PM  

  • Oh, i don't know. i though that little town was part of the United States of America. And you know, that depicting the hanging of soldiers of the Army of the United States of America was a little, ummm, help me out here, what's the word i'm looking for?

    Oh, yeah.


    BTW - yankee go home is a term used by furriners to refer to Americans.

    but i wouldn't expect someone of your educational skills to know that.

    By Blogger Barry Ragin, at 5:28 PM  

  • I see a grey coat and a blue coat. Looks like a civil war thing to me. The "Stars and Bars" might have clued you in to that. Maybe it was a reference to a local little known incident in that war. Who knows? But I'm glad to hear you acknowledge the validity of the southern secession by calling the grey coat a legitimate soldier.

    And if you think "Yankee go home" and "Damn Yankee" still don't enjoy currency in the south when people like you come by then you really needed to have stopped and talked to some of the locals in Supply. I notice you didn't do that. You came running home and posted something derogatory about people you hadn't even met and about whom you obviously have zero understanding.

    If the outside world is so distressing to you then you just need to stay in your little "safe" enclaves where everyone thinks like you.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:31 AM  

  • Why do you hate America so much?

    By Blogger Barry Ragin, at 8:06 AM  

  • Why do you hate Americans so much?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:54 AM  

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