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 Home Town

Home Town
Home Town
Home Town
Every half wit that draws a breathe and gets a job with some power over others miss uses it let me illustrate The Home Town is demeaned the worst oh TED they say is from Alabama what CITY TED please tell us and the young man voice comes woefull back
"Ted just say Alabama". NO the instructor seems to grow another foot in inches and he smiles an evil thing to see. WHAT CITY TED? He screams. The state is Alabama tell us all the CITY you are from BOY
And tell us NOW. And when TED says he is from Huntsville why
now the instructor is in his heyday and his smile turns upside down.
Huntsville you must hunt a lot for coons and he smiles then again some and now he says Huntsville why my sister is from there have you ever met my sister boot? And then the avid reader gets a treat for there is hush in the ranks as TED smiles and says NO SIR eye never have visited the red light district. And now the instructor hangs his head with nothing left to say today. Eye was only fooling is what runs threw his instructed mind.



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