I will reblog this to remind me what kind of writing seems to get some following. I would like to start 2016 out with some people getting something out of my writing.
Why does it seem funny women come from the south like from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, or Austin, Texas, or are we everywhere?
I so enjoy the quips from the movie, Steel Magnolias, for example: “Honey, time marches on and eventually you realize it’s marchin’ across your face.” Truvy or “I’ m just too colorful for words.” Clairee
Why is it that the last funny person from Missouri was Samuel Clements or Mark Twain? Missouri is a mixed state of humor and seriousness with some of the what I like to call Bible thumpers who are way too serious like Phyllis Schlafly, who has the audacity to want to place women back into the nineteenth century of no right to vote, barefoot and pregnant, although I noticed she went to law school. Missouri historically sided with the south during the Civil War, which meant it was a slave state…
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