yay! i love this. how poetic is the south? seriously :)
the drunkest one of them all is aiming his gun at the cameraman. Its like a scary version of Wheres Waldo... can you find the drunkest redneck?
And they're proud of it.I'm speechless.I hate to condemn a whole state out of hand, but, gosh, Texas really seems to ask for it.
I'd have to say whatever works. I doubt you will see anybody walking out of a house with a Plasma TV. If the government cannot protect its citizens, then it is up to the citizens to protect themselves. This is a joke picture, but I doubt you’d see anybody going into this neighborhood looking for an easy job.
Maybe if they had some drunks with guns in New Orleans there wouldn't have been as much needless looting and fires there.
I hope the "drunk" part was tongue-in-cheek, but the "U loot we shoot" mantra continues to protect lives and property all across the hurricane-devastated areas from Texas to Florida--check the news sites; this isn't the only spray-painted sign out there. In a perfect world, nobody would need guns, but this ain't a perfect world. The Second Amendment is in there for a very good reason.
Drunks and guns - or idiots and guns - do not belong together. That's a recipe for trouble.My question for the above 3 posters and others with similar sentiments: If we require people to pass a test before they can obtain a driver's license why do we not require people to meet similar requirements before they can own a gun? With rights come responsibility. Before you throw stones and call me names, you should know that I come from a long line of gun-owners. L
I live in Texas and don't own a gun. I don't need one. I live on a cattle ranch too. These assclowns, in the city, are dangerous.
This is why in the UK there is a general perception that all Americans are stupid, gun-crazed, lunatics.
wow, this post has even become the hot topic amongst red neck, inbred car enthusiasts in Houston - http://impalassforum.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=8;t=016581;p=If only they knew that I live dangerously close to them.... and am part hippie! Great job stirring up the primordial slop LeLo!fjrurddy
Oh, I doubt that they're really drunk--it's a funny picture, that's all (and it's inspired by a similar sign someone erected down in New Orleans). As a responsible gun owner and user, I'm quite opposed to drinking and shooting--they don't go together at all. But as someone with a sense of humour, I find the pic quite hilarious:-)
Oh bajeezus boys. Here we go. Here come the Impala boys to yell at the tree huggers. I feel like it's high school all over again. People, stick to the post. I know I'm fascinated watching my statcounter and the amazing amount of hits from yahoo searches and the mulleted visits from the Impala forum. Rock on sweet brothers and peace.
Nice!!!!!It's only getting more pretty.You go impala huggers, you go. My miserable existence thanks you for visiting this lovely Oregon blog and shushes you back to Texas. Go on now. Go on. P.S. I love Impalas. But not you.
P.S.S. It appears as if Lenny is not from Texas anyway. He's from Naperville, Illinois. You go Naperville and your AOL dial up!
Yawn.Shush now Impala people. Shush.And yes, thanks for the back up there Lenny. You really got us!Yawn.
I'm going to start keying imapalas when I go to houston.
why don't we take this up on my blog, boys. http://asshatery.blogspot.com/leave my sister alone now.
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