She, who hates NC bbq!
kateg_01 at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 4 14:43:50 EST 2004
Of course, a surprising number of Texans also think
that N.C. is a "northern" state where the summers are
mild and there is a lot of snow.
They can sometimes make a fine pork rib, but otherwise
the art of pork preparation is lost on them.
They also have a strange affinity for Charlotte. I say
I'm from Durham and/or Chapel Hill. They ask if that's
near Charlotte, as that is the one place in N.C. they
So clearly, this woman is part of some dark plot that
we can only hope to comprehend in time.
--- Philip Ayers <p.ayers at philipayers.com> wrote:
> On Mar 4, 2004, at 12:48 PM, grady at ibiblio.org
> > She also appears to be in Charlotte. There's
> really nothing else that
> > can be said about that.
> ..my feeling exactly. so why is her blog called the
> NC experience? I
> mean I grew up in greensboro. that's north carolina!
> NOT charlotte.
> ..that's some no man's land between NC and SC. I'm
> pretty much a
> tri-city snob. :) How dare her put off on my native
> culture! damn
> those texans.
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