The good ole south

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Took this picture a few months ago outside of work.
It really isn\’t advisable to take temp work in a blue state with a sign like this.
License blade covered to protect the idiots.
Oh well, what do you expect from Texas.
Let the flamewars begin.

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    1. This is why I had to get out of the South!

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    2. wow, Bush fucks up the whole country and retards are already trying to blame the new guy

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    3. Hmmm… I think I have seen this vehicle before.

      Sidenote: Isn’t God = Allah ?

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    4. @caeslus: Yes it’s the Arabic name, so I guess you can say that jews, muslims and christians all believe in something called “god” that is one all-seing power. All three religions just do it in three very different ways (and then the hundreds of smaller religions under them!)

      So you can say he is saying God made the country, but God didn’t make it.

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    5. @flyingcat88:
      And all three have very specific histories of this God which remove them from each other. They do not worship the same God, but their religions have a common origin.

      However, as a reason to make the lulz, I will accept this.

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    6. It’s a Toyota. A true redneck would have a Chevy or a Ford.

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    7. @caeslus: Therein lies one of the roots of war. While some of us have the common sense to see they’re the same deity, hard-liners from all sides argue “their” god is the “one true god.”

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    8. @velador: I have to assume from your comments that the individual in question is an interloper in your state as Texas isn’t exactly blue… at all… Except maybe Austin.

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    9. This goes hand in hand with the tard driving around Phoenix in his monster truck with the slogan “No Obama, it’s the WHITE house” written on it. It should be painful to be that stupid.

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    10. @WhiskeyTango: I think it is that painful. Thy are some of the unhappiest people I’ve ever met. Always angry, never get what they want, sexually frustrated…no wonder they hate Obama.

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    11. Texas is a very red state but as long as ya’ll stay in the larger cities and out of the “rural” towns ya’ll will be fine (“ya’ll” added for comedic effect).

      Dallas has some pockets of blue (dont tell the rest of the state, we would like to keep it that way)

      Also, Houston sucks!

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    12. Sidenote: Britain made America 😀

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    13. @WhiskeyTango: Fuck, I’ve seen that truck. I’m not a huge supporter of Obama, but after hearing eight years of dumbfucks tell me that we have to support Bush because he’s the president, I really want to punch every single one of those hypocrites in the face for their bullshit whining about Obama, especially the ones that started before he was even sworn into office.

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    14. That’s stupid on so many levels I don’t have the energy to address them all.

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    15. @panic: And France.

      Obama is better than Bush by leaps and bounds.

      I laugh at Texas all the time.

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    16. Man I love Texas. People don’t know what’s good.

      Texas got RSIxidor. And then there’s also the fact THAT IT IS A FUCKING EPIC STATE.

      The DisplacedTexan comes from there too, I assume.

      I am brainwashed by films, and the picture I have of Texas is romanticised, yes, but goddamn I can’t wait to get there.

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    17. I say we herd them all back to Texas… put up a fence around it and let Texas go on with its succession. Now we have a place to shoo all the hateful Christians off too.

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    18. @dieAntagonista:
      Don’t tell them you’re foreign, and tell them you’re a Christian. If they ask what branch, say Unitarian. 😛

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    19. @Sticky:

      Aw, don’t be like that. If you think that’s bad, you should see the people here.
      Without those kind of people, Texas couldn’t give birth to people like RSIxidor. I’m convinced about that.

      YaddayaddaI’mhotforAmericayadda.

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    20. @dieAntagonista:
      RSI is one of the…probably five…cool Texans I’ve met. 😛

      My dad was born in Texas. Does that make him Texan? Shortly thereafter he went to Oklahoma….then Georgia, then Florida, then somewhere else in Florida, then somewhere else in Florida again, then to Kansas, then to Colorado, then BACK to Kansas…

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    21. God made this country? I thought it was Thomas Jefferson and his bros from Philly. Unless…Thomas Jefferson *is* God. It’s all so clear now.

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    22. @rattybad:
      You are incorrect. Morgan Freeman is God. Haven’t you seen Bruce Almighty?

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    23. @Druff:

      Yeah, sorry, forgot to mention that I am in the northern part, and Mister Big Truck was on assigment up here.

      Also, does this apply as a Theme Day Post?
      Blue Truck, Blue State, Red Idiot?

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    24. @dieAntagonista:
      Viel Spass in Texas.
      Solange das du genug Bier trinkst, dein Gehirn abschaltest und mit nem Kreuz um den Hlas runlauefst ist warscheinlich alles in ordnung.
      Wenn du das allerdings nicht machst wuerde ich dir empfehlen das du dir nen korken in the arsch steckst, damit dir die einheimischen nicht zeigen was ein guter Christ mit kleinen Jungen macht.
      🙂

      But seriously, Texas isn’t THAT bad.
      I got some friends down there and they are quite alright. There are idiots in every state.
      Meh.

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    25. @RSIxidor: They all worship the “God of Abraham.” But beyond that, I could really care less about how they talk to themselves and think that their imagination and conscience is some supernatural being.

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    26. @velador:

      Haha whoa. How come you can speak German?
      Hey mach dir mal keine Sorgen. Christen sind wirklich nicht so schlimm, nur Kardinale und andere reiche Pseudo-Christen machen das wahrscheinlich, aber die meisten sind auch nicht viel schlimmer als andere Leute. 😉
      Besides, I’m a woman. They do it only to little boys, right. Right?!
      No but seriously, it’s always the same with you modest Americans. I talk to a New Yorker and I say, goddamn I can’t wait till I get to see NY. And what do they tell me? Oh god NY is so awful.
      I talk to a Texan and say the same, what do they answer? Well you just did.

      So guess what, I don’t believe any of you anyway. I’ll have to see for myself. If I listen to Americans I would never even go to America at all, ha!
      And yeah, there are stupid people everywhere. I can verify that.

      Thanks for the warm mental images anyway. Haha. Oh and I despise beer, is that a problem? I hope not.

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    27. Hey mach dir mal keine Sorgen. Christen sind wirklich nicht so schlimm, nur Kardinale und andere reiche Pseudo-Christen…
      machen das wahrscheinlich, aber die meisten sind auch nicht viel schlimmer als andere Leute

      Yes they can be. We’ve got fundamentalist evangelicals here. These are the same people that show up at funerals of service wo/men to protest against gays.

      In all seriousness though, you would love America. I’ve lived in and visited a lot of countries and states (w/in the US) and we are the most open and friendliest people I’ve ever met. We really don’t care where you came from, what religion (or lack thereof) you are. If you like us, we’ll love you.

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    28. Also, though it may not seem so at times, we are extremely forgiving of foreigners that butcher our language, obviously not a concern in your case. I’ve noticed that many people in other countries disdain those (especially Americans) that try, and fail, to speak in their language. France and Britain are notable for it.

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    29. Texas itself is OK. The cockroaches there are enormous and not so cool.

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    30. @nyokki:

      Your brain. It’s very appealing to me.

      I see, that’s some heavy stuff indeed. But to be honest, fundamentalist evangelicals sounds like a paradox to me. Granted, people here would never do anything like that, the only radical ones are the Catholics. The Evangelicals though, are some of the sweetest people I have ever met. I used to live next to the only Evangelical church in town. The priest there would always invite me to have dinner with his family, because he knew I was alone at home. None of the Catholics would have ever done that, invite a little dark haired heathen girl to their house.

      Yeah damn right I will love America. I’m so certain I will, it’s almost disgusting. See I’m glad you said that, it’s a little depressing, talking with Americans about America. Although it just goes to show that you’re not pretentious like so many people pretend you are.
      And I can absolutely imagine that you’re forgiving of foreigners who butcher your language. We already talked about the beauty of English. And in your country, in every corner you get to hear different accents and slang, right. Which I’m dying to hear. Variety like that doesn’t even make it possible to be arrogant about it.
      I haven’t been to France or Britain yet, but that too sounds believable.

      It’s way different with German speaking people. The German language is so close to perfection, that everyone here is extremely arrogant about it. Not only do they ridicule foreigners who butcher it, but even people from the countryside, if they’re say, city people. And vice versa, of course. It’s ridiculous, but I can’t deny that I enjoy even that. It made me work really hard to be the best at German. Pressure is a funny thing.

      Haha all right I should stop now. That was my language/ America rant of the day.

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    31. Oh and while my writings in English are acceptable, I’m afraid I haven’t mastered speaking it.
      I have a terrible naive sounding accent, still. And you know how they say that an accent is a sign that you’re not %100 good at that specific language yet.

      Also, I have trouble pronouncing words like, “months”, “truth”, “write” and other things.

      Which is why at school, I end up saying things like, “I went on vacation for 62 days” and nonsense like that.

      I’ll figure it out. Sooner or later. Grrr.

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    32. @dieAntagonista:
      If you need to get a flat base on which to base your English, Kansas is your best bet. We literally HAVE NO ACCENT. That’s why Kansans/other midwesterners make excellent newscasters.

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      • Everyone has an accent. That’s the point of the concept of an accent. It just so happens that the Kansas accent was chosen by accident to be the ‘neutral ground’ accent that cross state communication gravitated towards (I’m a historian type who is into the development of the cross state national radio network of the 20th century, can I bore you to death with a bunch of facts you care nothing about?).

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    33. @dieAntagonista:
      Ironically, you post the accent part after I opened this window, officially making me psychic.

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    34. @nyokki: Fred Phelps and his gang are a group unto themselves. Don’t insult evangelical Christians by lumping the Phelpses in with them, and I won’t insult Democrats by lumping the Phelpses in with them.

      Well, OK, I will, but only because it’s true and because Manbearpig embraced Fred Phelps and his brand of crayzee. AFAIK, no group other than the Phelpses go around picketing funerals.

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      • I’m convinced that the WBC has no religious motivation at all, they just do anything that will get them into the media, and possibly get them a big lawsuit against someone who violated their rights.

        They seem to have no criteria at all for their protests except that they go where they will offend the most people.

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    35. @caeslus:
      Yeah, the Muslim name for god is Allah. The Christian name for god is Jehovah…but from my experience is that most Christians think god revers to their own no matter what the circumstance is.

      I see a lot of comments about Bush vs Obama…I think a bigger issue here would be the fact that Obama isn’t a Muslim…not that it should matter.

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      • It doesn’t matter – what matters is that he’s not white, but if they say that they look like racists so they say it’s about religion instead.

        They know he’s not a Muslim, don’t you remember them bitching about his Pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright? He was pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ. If Obama was a Muslim what is he doing attending a Protestant church?

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    36. @dieAntagonista: I want to hear your *naive* sweet voice. You’re driving me nutzo lady. *sigh*

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    37. @Puulaahi:
      Take a number, there’s a lot of us here. XD

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    38. @Sticky:@dieAntagonista: We have no accents in California too. But we do have a way of saying things that sounds different than other parts of the country. Cali is heavy on the slang, no matter what part you visit. Kind of a big state. But so is Texas. I don’t think I have an accent. Perhaps you can tell me if I do dieA.

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    39. @Sticky: I’ve had my number for sometime…

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    40. @Puulaahi:
      I can tell you if you do. I’ve got a good ear for accents. :p

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    41. @dieAntagonista:

      uhum, ich bin ein deutscher, aber ich wohne bei den amis.
      ich muss mehr deutsch reden da ich der meinung bin des es sich in letzter zeit recht anrostet.

      ich habe mir eine tuete deutsch gekauft, und fast alles vergessen…

      ja, das waere sehr schade….

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    42. @AliceH: It was an extreme example, true nonetheless. The basic belief system is the same, they’re just more vocal and clearly insane. I’ll just go ahead and include Ted Haggard, Jerry Fawell, Pat Robertson and co.

      @Puulaahi: No accent? Please say you were being sarcastic…

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    43. @nyokki:
      Surely you’ll vouch for Kansans having no accent? 😀

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      • Everyone has an accent. Interestingly, if you live in the midwest, AND live in a large city (Such as me, I live in Minneapolis and sound like Tom Brokow), you tend to lose the accent and start having that meeting-at-the-middle non-accent that national newscasters pick up (except Dan Rather, what’s up with that?). BUT, if you live on the coasts, the larger the city you live in, the greater an accent you have (ever talked to anyone from New York? Yeah. Two people living four blocks away have different accents. I’m not sure what the social phenomenon that drives this is, but it’s kinda cool.

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    44. Blade? I think you mean plate.

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    45. If really want to go to a place with no accent, Ohio is the place to go. They have the least dialectal frills when it comes to American English. If you think about the recorded voice of a lady you get on phones, especially for “the number you have dialed…,” she’s from Ohio.

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    46. e.t. has no accent, only mind-meld. (here in Guam, we make fun of everybodies language!)

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    47. if ya’ll dont like Texas, GTFO

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    48. Better yet, let’s give it back to Mexico

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