Goes with the territory

Okies know that living in Oklahoma exposes one to an onslaught of ridicule and hate.

-… Oklahoma sucks

-What a sad state and state of affairs.

-Did the people of Oklahoma City gather round the rubble that day in April and yell, “Let the mudderfucker BURN”?

-Is k-12 education required in OK? Or do they just stop requiring it at 5th grade?

-No, it just takes until grade 12 before they’re ready to tackle Dr. Seuss.

-Redneck sexist racist homophobic Christian heaven…

-… just a whole state flipping off the future.

-Oh what a most ugly day
I got a most ugly feeling
Everything will stay this way.

-Keep Oklahoma Out of Any Improvements to the economy once Barack Obama becomes President.

-And when the twisters hit? at least I can hope they take out the 66% who had it coming!!

-Just post detour signs at the borders.

-These hicks actually thought bin Laden wanted to destroy shit in Oklahoma, as if there were anything worth destroying there. Seriously!

-… where the stupid comes sweeping down the plains

-Seriously. What is WRONG with those people?

But if you think that’s bad, just be glad you don’t live in Little Axe, Oklahoma.

-I wonder what the average IQ in Little Axe is; are they inbred or just naturally stupid.

-I spit on you.

-… the most stupid people in human history in my opinion.

Well, at least I have a good excuse for having this stupid blog.

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7 Responses to Goes with the territory

  1. Don Smith says:

    I thought I was the only one that got this crap, you get it too evidently. Always cracks me up how they want to tell me how “illeterate” (sp) I am and how I live in a state full of hicks.

    But they cannot even spell it correctly. You would think that they would take the time to at least check the spelling, wouldn’t you.

    DS

  2. Well you do understand what that is about. Why don’t you mention that?

    It’s about a family who was attacked for standing up to the illegal practices of a school in Little Axe.

    No, It’s just easier to play the victim.

  3. Citizen Z says:

    More specifically, the comments about Little Axe were inspired by the assault and firebombing attacks on a family standing up against the illegal practices of the school.

    Do you not think the attackers should be targets of scorn? Do you wish to defend them in any way? How on Earth did you manage to read through the comments, and not gather the subject of the post itself?

  4. Justin says:

    We’ve got some “Don’t Hate the 918″ shirts over here in Tulsa that are REALLY popular. You guys should have some, too. Maybe “No talkin’ smack ’bout Lil’ Axe.”

    That’s just off the top of my head – not very good. I’ll keep thinking.

    :)

  5. phantomreader42 says:

    Oh, how horrible, people are making fun of the DOMESTIC TERRORISTS in Little Axe. Boo-hoo.

    Did you even bother reading the article? School breaking the law with unconstitutional religious endorsement, parents (christian parents, mind you) dared to object, so the Terrorists For Jesus™ FIREBOMBED THEIR HOUSE! And for good measure, assaulted them and killed their pets! How can you defend this? Have you no sense of decency?

    Are you so thin-skinned you’ll sweep an act of terrorism under the rug to play martyr?

  6. cris says:

    Wow, I didn’t know Little Axe was such a hotbed of controversy! You really do live in the hub of the state. I am just so proud of my fellow Okies for overwhelmingly supporting the Bush policies of the past 8 years by supporting McCain in every county. Even my home County, which hasn’t have a single Republican elected official in decades. AND Yes… that was sarcasm.

    Then again, it should give the rest of us a sort of Don Quixote legitimacy as we continue to tilt at the religious right wing controlled windmills. And in Oklahoma… there are sooooo many windmills.

  7. TheOkie says:

    “Okies know that living in Oklahoma exposes one to an onslaught of ridicule and hate.” – Mike

    Mike, under what title do you speak for “Okies?”

    Are you an Okie? Were your parents, Okies?

    Please, enlighten us.