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Friday, March 26, 2010

Undecided mind

Well, from the title of this post, you must be wondering what old Billy Bob is up to today. It has everything to do with the rights of a full fledged American citizen. In other words, I'm exercising my first amendment right to "change my mind". Oh wait, is that a first amendment right? Well, I don't give a rat's if it is or not, but I have changed my mind again.

That jeep what I was gonna park is going to Georgia with me and my little red Bronco II is gonna sit right where it are. Here what I gonna do and why. The vibration in the front end is caused by a bad pinion bearing in the front rear end....don't know what else to call it. So I'm gonna remove the front drive shaft what will make it a two wheel drive instead of four wheel drive. I have to mechanically inclined boys in Georgia that will help my make all the repairs needed to make "that jeep" into what it was intended to be....a stock 4x4 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited.

Oh, while I'm think'n bout it.....why don't people understand rednecks??? Some people think of rednecks as rebels, southerners, backwood country folk, uneducated, beer guzzl'n drunks, junk collectors, radicals and numerous other names. But it ain't so. It take a lot of work to be a real redneck....and skool'n to boot. They have a language of their own what most people cain't comprehend. They spell words like they sposed to sound.

Rednecks spend more money on cars than them middle class rich folks do. When a redneck buy an old 1965 Ford pick up truck, he keeps it....for spare parts and stuff. They lose the trade in value. The reason ya see 'em sit'n on blocks in the back yard is 'cause them wheels and tires is gonna fit the new 1968 Ford pick up truck. In bout a year of so, and a couple hunert mile, they in the market for another new Ford pick up truck. Rednecks don't buy brand spank'n new pick up trucks 'cause they know old is better. And ya don't have to wash 'em.

Boy howdy is the wind blow'n today. I were gonna go outside, sit on "da porch" sip'n a cup and do some think'n, but damn.....it blow'n 30 mph and gust'n to a hunert.....or something like that.

One last thing for the day....did I mention the wind was blow'n??? Well, let me tell ya bout some wind. Since this morn'n, it has really cranked up. Cord'n to the weather guys, it were 37 mph with 60+ mph gusts  in town where the trees and stuff knock it down a bit. They done closed down all the major highways, I-10 and Silver City highway where old Billy Bob is at. "Da porch" has almost a 1/4 inch sand on it and it not much better in "Sally da house". Sheesh, If'n I ever come back to Deming again, I hope it snows for a week.

Skint me up two then rainbow trough and throw "em in a skillet with some onion, a can of diced maters and my special trout seasons. Didn't remember what they were, so I improvised. Hot damn, it were gooood.

10 comments:

  1. I agree with u a hunert persent on the red neck thing.

    And I dont even think our necks is red anyway, so goes to show u how much the yankee knows by callen us rednecks.

    We just good ole boys with better truks, aint no way to be jellus of us now is it.

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  2. Shoot, I always been proud or being a Redneck. Definition.
    The most common American usage, referring to the poor rural white Southerner, probably derived from individuals having a red neck caused by working outdoors in hot sun. A citation from 1893 provides a definition as "poorer inhabitants of the rural districts...men who work in the field, as a matter of course, generally have their skin burned red by the sun, and especially is this true of the back of their necks

    Guilty!! But I ain't got no ole pickups out in the front yard on blocks and I didn't marry my cousin! ( she already married !! )

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  3. Welp... I hear them Egyptians married their sisters, daughters, grandmas and so on and those folks must have started society so da way I see it society ain't got no right pointing them fingers at usin rednecks! They even found an old antique chariot in his tomb so it might have been sitting in his back yard to before they buried him.

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  4. king tut a red neck who married his sister and had a charriot on blocks who would of thunk it?

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  5. OGT.....lolololol....you kill me.

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  6. You ain't a red neck till ya lost one a them pickum ups in the yard due to lawn mower broke, and all 26 coon dogs can't find it. Mower or truck. Last week front porch collapsed in when damn bob cat went strolling by. Keep telling them ediots that some of um have to stay under there, don't reckon they believed me. Cat done whupped four of um before I got there, then he treed. Ain't no cat ever whupped my 12 gauge.

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