Hey M

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E - December 8

Hi - I Started this thread so I would not be hijacking another. What state are you in? We may be moving to North Carolina sooner than later and I am THRILLED!!!!!!!!!!!! I think you possibly said you live there? I loathe Boston and the thought of having money again is almost too much to handle. I squeak with delight when I look at housing prices in NC.

 

m - December 8

Hey E.... well, don't make fun (LOL), but I'm in Arkansas. Don't worry, I'm not married to my cousin, and I've never been on Jerry Springer. LOL ;o) I'm happy for you. I remember you saying that you don't like it there. I'm glad you are getting to move. Does this mean you are going there rather than moving back home to WI, or that you're moving there BEFORE you move back home?

 

tiffani - December 8

Hey E! Looks like i'll be your neighbor to the north in Virginia. Where are city are you moving to?

 

tiffani - December 8

I really am literate. What I meant was.. What city are you moving to?

 

E - December 8

If all goes well today with hub's phone interview, we will move to NC for a couple of years. The long-term goal is for us to move to Madison. I will take NC over Ma__s in a heartbeat. No more subways, yeah!!!!

 

E - December 8

Hi Tiff, Winston Salem. Not the best part of NC but beggers cannot be choosers. M - I am relieved to hear you are not married to bubba the cousin, lol!! I would rather live in Ark than Ma__s also.

 

E - December 8

We pay out our b___ts in taxes. We are taxed for owning a car. Not your registration and all that junk. It is several hundered dollars just for HAVING a car. You pay for each car you own. I think it is like, $500. Then there are yearly taxes (~ $500) that I pay to my city for residing here. Some commonwealth neigborhood tax thing... UGHHHHHHHH!!

 

tiffani - December 8

I'm not too familiar with Winston-Salem, but it sounds to me like you're so excited about getting the hell out of dodge that it doesn't matter where you live. Fingers crossed for your hubbies interview.

 

m - December 8

Wow, that's a lot of taxing! Now I can see part of the frustration you have for that city/state. E, It's funny you say bubba, because I actually had a student last year named bubba. Yep, and I have a Ludie, Buster, Billy Joe, and several other "country" names, too. I'd like to say that this state is just stereotyped... but sadly, there are really people in the grocery store with no shoes on, no teeth, dirty faces, baby in only a diaper with dirt on it's face too, and dirty holy (and not the religious kind) clothes. It's just sick. Oh, and each family always has that loud 10 year old boy with a pot belly and a bad haircut, who is wagging around and spanking a 3 year old sibling with a pa__sy and still in a diaper. My hubby and I are people watchers, so we get a lot of entertainment out of those people. I'm proud to be a Razorback! But it would make us look better if the illiterate nasties would stay in their cave in the woods (literally). About 80 miles from where I live, there are some mountains where people actually live like those people on Deliverance. Sad, sad, sad! Ok, I think I may be sounding a bit snobbish now, so I better shut up. Although I have to tell one little story... I heard a guy trying to talk about wine one day (chardonnay specifically), and he actually pronounced it "kardonay". LOL Around here, Boone's Farm is fine wine! LMAO I'll admit, though, that I do like that cheap stuff sometimes.... but not as table wine. :o)

 

E - December 8

OMG - I am laughing so hard at your post!!! Hubby and I get the same laughs here as there are numerous big-city hicks in Boston. We drove past the hospital and there was a scrubby, alcoholic/heroin looking couple. The man was in a hospital gown and attached to an IV. He was smoking and when he started to cough, his woman (sweatpants and mullet) proceeded to whack him on his back to loosen his mucous. Sad but also funny to see.

 

m - December 8

Ooooh yes, the mullet! I'd like to carry around a pair of my cosmetology scissors and get ahold of every d__n redneck still sporting one! But then I might get beat up with the old shoe or deer leg in the back of the rusty pickup!

 

E - December 8

LMFAO!! You need to quit b/c people at my work are looking at me when I laugh like this. The deer leg is a cla__sic.

 

m - December 8

OK, I'll give you a break. I'm feeling a little feisty today, so I'm acting a bit silly! My students caught me laughing a few minutes ago. Imagine the faces of the teenagers who see their 33 year old teacher laughing at her computer. Have a good day at the PB (if that's still where you work). :o)

 

E - December 8

I am in the lab today, at my desk. No computer in the mall. Not even in a big city!

 

* - December 8

u two are sad cows. Get a life the pair of u!!!

 

E - December 8

Mooooooo!! Get a life? That phrase has got to go. I see it posted all of the time and it sounds pathetic. I can't believe people still use it.

 

To M - December 8

Why are you on here instead of teaching your students? What a waste of my hard earned tax money. Shame on you.

 

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