|Anaxagoras - 2011-02-15 |
Reason #2543 why I look down on Southern culture.
Not likely. Looking down on ignorant bumfucks who wonder how sunburns could possibly happen is just good clean common sense.
Their food is great and southern hospitality is a real thing.
But the existence of ignorant bumfucks isn't independent of geographic location. Certain locations (and cultures) value different things, thus producing different types of people... and different proportions of ignorant bumfucks. I know that some people like to pretend that all cultures are equally susceptible to human foibles, but that's bullshit. I'm sorry. Take a drive through the deep South, and try telling me that they don't specialize in a certain kind of mind-blowing ignorance.
You're correct that the South doesn't have a monopoly on such ignorance. The fact that Southern culture blows doesn't mean that Northeastern culture (or West Coast culture, or whatever) is perfect. But most cultures are heads and shoulders above a culture where "WOAH! HOW DO SUNBURNS HAPPEN???" regularly makes the local news. And yes, these kinds of stories are fairly regular down there. I lived there. It was embarrassing how limited their critical thinking skills were.
You are who you vote for.
When it's the evil of two lessers, I don't vote.
Anaxagoras, where you forced to squeal like a pig or something? Your generalization is idiotic.
Oh right, I forgot about the axiom that some cultures are inherently intellectually superior to others. If only there was some way to determine which one was the best, or "master" if you will. This master culture could stage a putsch and seize power to usher in a new reich that could last for a thousand years of glory!
Anaxagoras, if you really believe the shit that you are spouting than you either a) have never been to a rural area outside of the south or b) were actually raped by hillbillies as grim implied.
I love how the simple idea that some areas (and educational systems) produce dumber people is a complete non-starter for you dipshits.
And of course, the only possible consequence for noting the obvious is that I want to liquididate the undereducated bumpkins. The idea that a problem has to be correctly diagnosed before it can be fixed never occurred to you folks, has it?
Southern hospitality is exhibited by both Southern whites and blacks (which there are many of). And seeing as how I'm a visiting Yankee, most of them just assume I'm a gay Hispanic.
|TeenerTot - 2011-02-15 |
|erratic - 2011-02-15 |
I like the parting shot to the sun. they didn't even have to say it, just close on what everyone knows
|Severian - 2011-02-15 |
I was kind of hoping it was a cotton picking field trip.
|chumbucket - 2011-02-15 |
the title of this alone gets my stars
|dueserpenti - 2011-02-15 |
But it's cold outside! If the light is cold, how can it burn? Answer me that, Mr. Jew York Liberal!
|Uulanbaatorbaby - 2011-02-15 |
HOWDIDTHEYGITBURNED!! HOWDIDTHEYGITBURNED HOWDITHEYGETBUUURNED, HOWDIDTHEYGETBURNED!!
|Redford - 2011-02-15 |
Rain? Chemical Burns?! METAL GEAR?!?!
|Robin Kestrel - 2011-02-15 |
They could have worked in six or seven more "burning" puns if they tried harder.
SPOILER: your kids have UV burns from a defective metal halide lamp in your school, but you already know that, Ms. Grasping at Puzzle-Straws.
|frau_eva - 2011-02-15 |
Oh Goddammit...THIS IS MY LOCAL NEWS. I guess I should have expected this eventually, but at least I'm not in Mississippi or Florida.
5 stars for ruining my day.
|Maggot Brain - 2011-02-16 |
I'm shocked that no one has yet blamed cem-trails.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2011-02-19 |
Conspiracy theory video replies inbound!
|sticky52 - 2011-02-21 |
I enjoy hating on the south as much as anyone, but they don't mention that the kids were outside longer than it took to go from the bus to a building.
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