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post #21 of 31 Old 10-24-2008, 04:05 PM
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So, the democrat thinks, the republican doesn't, the redneck makes it a family affair?

Oh, I'm asking too many questions. I must be a democrat.

What about the Green party, or Independent answer?
The democrat thinks and gets his family killed the republican knows a man who will not take another mans life in defense of his home, his family and his country is not a man but a mere sheep amongst wolves.

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post #22 of 31 Old 10-25-2008, 02:13 PM
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question to a redneck.

Where did you meet your wife?

Answer , at the family reunion.

Question, What was the first thing you noticed about her
Answer, Her sparkling white tooth.

Ohio game warden calling the W.Va game warden
I think we have one of your foxes caught in a trap over her.

W.va. Game warden , What makes you think it is one of our foxes?

Ohio game warden, Well, it has chewed off 3 legs and is still caught in
the trap.

Please no flaming , intended for laughter only.


In Kentucky the schools teach the 3 R's

Readin, righten, and route to W.va.


A man from Arkansas went to the Dr. To get a vasectomy,
The Dr. Told him to put an M-80 in an empty pop can and light it
Then put it between his legs.

Not quite believing this , the man went to Alabama to get a second
Opinion, the Dr. After looking at his medical file asked if he was from
Arkansas, the man said yes. The Dr. Told him to take an M-80, place it
In an empty pop can, light the fuse and place between his legs.

I apologize if anyone finds these offensive.
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Ahahaha! The fox one is great! Thank you!
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Ohio fishermen on the Ohio side of the Ohio river. And Wva fishermen on the Wva side of the Ohio River (fyi.. the Ohio River is in the state of Wva.) (who would've Thunk).

Anyway, the Ohio fishermen are catching fish left and right, the Wva fishermen arn't catching nothing. So the Wva fishermen yell over to the Ohio fishermen asking what they are using for bait

The Ohio fishermen yell back , worms and minnows,
The Wva. Fishermen yell back saying that is what they are using but
Are not catching anything.

The Ohio fishermen holler back , You have to come over here where the fish are.

Wva. Fishermen look up and down the river , but there is no bridge, so they yell across asking how they are supposed to get over to the Ohio side where the fish are.

The Ohio fishermen reply, We will shine a light across the river and you guys can walk across the beam.

The Wva fishermen reply, What you think we are that crazy,

we get half way across and you guys will turn out the light.
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What does an person from Southern Ohio and Moses have in common?
They're both standing on the river looking into the promise land.

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Touche'
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You made jokes about Kentucky and other southern states, and I put one come back joke and I'm touche

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You made jokes about Kentucky and other southern states, and I put one come back joke and I'm touche
It's a french term that means you have made a valid point.
Touché - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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I didn't know that, thanks

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I didn't know that, thanks

LOL. And who said this isn't educational.

I liked the Ohioian and Moses Joke. I will have to remember that.
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