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  1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by DosXX View Post
    Years ago, I called Fort Monmouth. Had to do with work. The way some of the folks there spoke was like Curly from the Three Stooges...."Why soytenly!" I didn't realize that people actually spoke that way.
    But I'll take that over a Boston accent like those "Hoppah" (Hopper) characters in that annoying series of commercials. One of which was just on a few minutes ago.
    Before you rule out our dialect, spend a few days down south and see how the fairer gender takes to you. You'll know what a hot blonde in the northeast feels like on Saturday night.

  2. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by ocsurf32 View Post
    I agree brew. North Carolina one of my favorite places in south but Mississippi is trash
    Ole Miss remains the one state I've yet to set foot in out of the entire southern region. And I've spent quite a bit of time in the others. There's a sort of mysticism it holds with me as a result. I've basically seen it all at this point, but a state still today willing to fly its flag with that of the Confederacy has got to come at you with all guns blazing.

    A state that is the poorest in the nation yet the 3rd least stressed has something figured out. Then again, they're the 3rd least happy. They've learned to sustain their suffering economy by turning catfish into an aquacultural cash crop. Since they still had an active interest in secession until the 1980s, it makes me think they're hiding something the rest of us would want.

    Prohibition was federally repealed in 1933 and 3/4 of the nation ratified the 21st Amendment within a year. Mississippi didn't do so until 33 years later. C'mon, if they didn't need booze down there then something else was cooking in their kitchen. The entire Counterculture of the '60s could have originated in Ole Miss.

    Please note that in the time taken to compose this post, I simultaneously booked flights to Jackson. Johnny Cash sure liked to get after it, and claims to have preferred doing so in that town. Heck, they used to call it the Gold Coast. Anyone else coming?

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    Wow i almost fell of my chair reading this... not due to laughing but this was everyones chance to bash jersey- or at least tell it like it is so we know how we can change... but no one 'took the bait'!!!

    I live in jersey... and dont have much to say about it.... except PB&J - he is first class... seriously...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmassSpicoli View Post
    PB&J - I think this board is getting all chummy and coombahyahish after Clemmy put on that Thanksgiving in May extravaganza that I was uninvited to and should've but didn't crash. Not that it's a bad thing. I far rather enjoy getting along with peeps than eye for and eye, toe to toe encounters. Don't fear the latter as it's gotta be in one's repertoire, but survival of one's kind is facilitated by extension of the support network, and this forum is getting very supportive as of late. If it weren't considered sacrilege to call surfing a sport here, we'd all be a bunch of athletic supporters. Think about that!

    I definitely support the honest introspection of both SUPporter and PB&J even though they are at odds. I can sense that the tree of trust here is narrowing the divide between them and they'll soon be brahs shotting piers together and spotting each other in vigorous bench-off training.

    You're crazy guys, but I love you. By the way, you got a dart in your neck, brah.
    Hey Clemson said something aboot me coming to spend Thanksgiving with him, but did I miss some other celebration that went down in May? Sounds like there was more to that. Reckon I missed it.

    Now, I'm not in some drama with SUP. I am not at odds with him. Though I think he's sore and is trying to get me in trouble. I think he's trying to tie me in with a horrid character of yesteryear in hopes it will tarnish my image and lead to my dismissal.

    However, Paddington Jetty Bear(it's ok, Koki, I'm from London, via Peru, and we Brits can refer to ourselves in the 3rd person) is a moral and upstanding citizen, whose only crime is telling it like it is. Erock, I'll help you with your political views in September. I hold a "reeducation camp" every September.

    Yeah Spicoli, if surfing was a sport we'd have to wear cups, right?

    Anyways.....THIS WAS NOT SOME TRAP TO GET PEOPLE TO INSULT NEW JERSEY MERELY SO I, AND OTHER TANNERS WITH STEROID PROBLEMS, COULD ATTACK BACK.

    I was sincerely axing what people really think of New Jersey and its personages. What you really think, not what you think after some Jersey guy just busted on your state's waves ...........

    I actually like hearing what people think of different parts of the country without all of the venom. Criticisms are fine, but do it in a mannerly fashion.

    Thank you and good day, sirs.

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    Do you know how guys from Joisey get circumcised? The doc kicks his sister on the jaw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddington Jetty Bear View Post
    Now, I'm not in some drama with SUP. I am not at odds with him. Though I think he's sore and is trying to get me in trouble. I think he's trying to tie me in with a horrid character of yesteryear in hopes it will tarnish my image and lead to my dismissal.
    No drama here, and definitely not trying to get you in "trouble", I responded to your PM too so we should be good now, was just having some fun. For the record, I love me some PB&J...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicharronne View Post
    Do you know how guys from Joisey get circumcised? The doc kicks his sister on the jaw.
    Dude, that's a southern joke as in "How do guys from Alabama get circumcised?" Come on play fair here. New Jersey may be know for alot of things but incest isn't one of them. That's a southern thing.

    But hey, ya know, y'all are way out in the woods and there's not much people around but kin folk so...........you gotta do what you gotta do.

  8. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by Paddington Jetty Bear View Post
    Dude, that's a southern joke as in "How do guys from Alabama get circumcised?" Come on play fair here. New Jersey may be know for alot of things but incest isn't one of them. That's a southern thing.

    But hey, ya know, y'all are way out in the woods and there's not much people around but kin folk so...........you gotta do what you gotta do.
    That's correct. However, many a Jerzite makes a great case for their gene deletion by how they dress, speak and act.

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    Meh, there's jerks everywhere--as well as nice folks.

    The only thing I don't get is people from farther North saying that Southerners are so much more racist. It's simply not true. Some Southerners may let the racist flag fly a little higher and without remorse, but I've met plenty of Northerners who are just as, if not more, racist than the people they denigrate as such.

    For one: Connecticut is more segregated than most Southern states, it just isn't so through law....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erock View Post
    Meh, there's jerks everywhere--as well as nice folks.

    The only thing I don't get is people from farther North saying that Southerners are so much more racist. It's simply not true. Some Southerners may let the racist flag fly a little higher and without remorse, but I've met plenty of Northerners who are just as, if not more, racist than the people they denigrate as such.
    agreed - some of the people i grew up with in NJ are far more racist than anyone I've met here in NC...and the blacks and whites in the lower socioeconomic classes here in the South are way more integrated than similar groups in the North East.