Tuesday, November 09, 2004

The Uncivil War

Can I just say that I'm really tired of this rash of Texas- and South-hatin' that the election has spawned? And I say this as a non-Texan, non-Southern POLE who really misses living in her little liberal DC bubble. I think the haters are failing to understand that PEOPLE SUCK NATIONWIDE. Yes! It's true! There are people who suck in New York! And in California! Sure, there are enormous urban populations there that sway the state vote as a whole, but ignorance exists everywhere. And though there are certain states, like Texas, that have a higher suckage factor, DON'T HATE ON THE ENTIRE FUCKING STATE. I live here! I do not suck. BK does not suck. Ninety percent of Austin's population does not suck.

And you don't even want to be on the same continent as me if you're going to claim that Buster sucks.

4 Comments:

Blogger Sarachkah said...

I'm with you, girlie. I *am* from the south, although I like in the liberal DC bubble now. And I don't suck. And I, too, am tired of people talking shit about the south. And by the way, if you're *really* from the south, you know that Texas isn't even southern. Neither is Florida. They exist outside the space and time of the south, like a wormhole.

November 10, 2004 at 10:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

and if anybody asked, the inner redneck genes in me would scream, secede!!!!!! - kracker

November 10, 2004 at 12:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Texas sucks for 3 reasons. So if you really have a problem with the Texas Haters it's because of these 3 reasons:

1. Mexikid
2. Phil
3. Kracker

They did it in. If you have word, i suggest you aimthem that way and rip them new ones. Angelton Rules!

- swd

November 10, 2004 at 1:12 PM  
Blogger Malinchista said...

Oh, poo! That was a good rant. South-bashing aside, I thought it was a funny rant that really let it rip.

I can tolerate massive generalizations so long as they're funny. And that one was hilarious (even if the vast majority of our founding fathers were from Virginia).

November 10, 2004 at 9:45 PM  

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