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  • TheBullfrog

    What a voice! www.jackybullfrog.com

    9 May 2013 Reply
  • PattySauce

    Wow the south sounds very interesting, but I think I'll stay in Cali!!

    8 Nov 2011 Reply
  • hotrodlincoln19

    check it out spotpatty. i have lived in the south for a few years now and i agree and disagree and i'll tell ya why. first,i am originally from the state of illinois,i have also spent significant time in other plasses like california[dont even get me started on those fuckers there who are fucking shit up]however,i dont blame all californians or southwesterners for that.some of my best friends where born and raised there and i love em all like brothers and sisters. as far as mississippi,well,yes its still messed up after several generations.they have always been behind the times but not everyone is bad but for the most part people in certain parts can be snoody and uppity towards you even though they live in a tin shack......down on the gulfcoast is exactly why the parts north of them suffer.the people are mean,rude,very rich and snoody ....evn those who are living in shacks. they can have their precious Gulfport Biloxi! i live in Huntsville,Al now.The people arent

    12 Mar 2011 Reply
  • spotpatty

    The first time I ran into a roadblock was in South Carolina coming back from the beach. My friend told me to shut up because the pigs would beat the shit out of us. Being from the west coast it reinforced my dislike of the south and especially South Carolina. I went to school in Mississippi it was also full of poverty caused by wealthy white fundamentalist christian rednecks. People always had a fake smile and manners but you knew they had a hole dug for your Yankee ass in the back yard. I believe we should erect a fence around the place, pull our military out of every southern state and let there asses starve.

    3 Aug 2009 Reply
  • revtim01

    The solo is fantastic!

    8 Oct 2008 Reply

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