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Thursday, August 11, 2022

The shit I posted on Facebook

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15 comments:

  1. #9 About 30 years ago I was accosted by a crackhead asking for change for a cup of coffee. "Ain't got no change." Well, how about a dollar so I can get something to eat. "Ain't got no dollars." So I went in to pay for my gas and brought the dude out a Pimento cheese sandwich and a cup of coffee, around four bucks worth. He asks me...what's this? So I told him, You asked me for money because you said you were hungry. I bought you food and drink. I'd suggest you best get to eating and drinking or I might get the impression you lied to me about being hungry and thirsty.

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  2. #8 - I see someone else has driven across Missouri.

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    1. Don't drive across the western 2/3s of Kansas. Replace the word 'corn' with 'wheat'. Talk about 'amber waves of grain'. Ah, America the Beautiful...ain't got no use for those cesspools called cities.

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    2. Central Indiana is pretty much that. So is central Illinois.
      'Cept the also have Soybeans.

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    3. I've driven across the country a few times. Take it from me, there just isn't much to see between Indianapolis and Denver. So dull it made a distant grain silo seem interesting...

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    4. There is a LOT to see from Indianapolis to Denver, you are just too ignorant to see it.

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    5. I’ve driven across the country a few times. Was approaching Pontiac Illinois (not Michigan) once and saw a distant object on the horizon. Watched it for 25 Miles as it was the only thing on the horizon. It was the local landfill.

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    6. Driving I-70 across Kansas made me seriously believe that I could tie the steering wheel in place and put a brick on the accelerator, and crawl in the back seat to sleep.

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  3. Beggar outside an excellent deli in Milwaukee asks for money for food. Dragged him inside and told him to order. He's black, the guys behind the counter are black--and they are giggling so hard they nearly spit all over the food. They knew, and he knew they knew, and I knew, too.

    Marvelous scene.

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    1. I did that to a pan-handler at the McDonalds in Dumas, Arkansas not six months ago with the exact same results.

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  4. #17 they brought men's and women's professional volleyball to my city on Lake Michigan, back in June. It was 24 teams for men and 24 teams for women, with a 50,000$ total prize package. Attendance was free, but with one road going, then doing an oval and back out, traffic in the summer is horrible. So I avoid the lakeshore like I avoid liberals.

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  5. re: #3 - where can I find number 4? Finally one that I can fit into? My s.o. is between a 2 and 3, and she and I don't fit together.

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  6. Yeah, Indiana “crossroads of America”. They say that cause the only reason for driving in Indiana is cause you’re on your way somewhere else.

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  7. #17. I am still laughing 15 minutes later...

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