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There's no etouffe' in Seattle
no sockeye in Arkansas un less
of coarse you've been
there

Where are the coonasses an'
hillbillies
the panhandlers from sixth avenue by the King
long gone?

I meant coarse when I said it, it was no
typo, you schlums. Schmos.

We could trade insults like cheap baseball cards
like sex without kissing

Where do we get off- Harborview?

I'm down here in one horse town,
a light a square dry county

Moony nabbed Sun and slung him into orbit
and he's been hot about it ever since, I swear.


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The following comments are for "red it somewheres"
by williamhill

I'm just a rube
but, I dig it like rhubarb

..in a custard pie

salut!

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: November 21, 2011 )

Pass the juga White Lightnin
I truly love the Arkansas dry counties, it provides with one of the great and exciting thing in life, the art of Bootlegging.

Schmos also caught my eye, my Daddy used to clip out and collect the Sunday comic strip "l'il Abner..." were them Schmos or Shmoos? I can't put my finger on it, but they tasted exactly like a good Rib Eye or short ribs or saurkraut and weiner schnitzels if that is what you were hungry for, and the dearly loved to be eaten. Et. Eated. Chomped on.

( Posted by: veebdosa [Member] On: November 22, 2011 )





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