#ozarks #socialdistancing #karen #covid
This is just a follow up to the drama at the Lake of the Ozarks party that went viral over the weekend. What I said would happen, did happen and I'm sure all of you figured it would happen as well. Local officials within the Government came out with their warning and virtue signaling, people will get sick, others will die, nothing practical can really be done until the vaccine comes along, whenever that may be.
I also talk about a story from Houston, it was the same kind of story, a large crowd, no distancing, you know how it goes though. The media will seek out these individual stories and blow them up in order to try to create a narrative as if this is happening everywhere.
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#ozarks #poolparty #karen #socialdistancing
Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri was 'lit' yesterday, so much so that a Karen, disguised as a reporter went there and shot some video so he could virtue signal to his government overlords.
It seemed like a young crowd, very little distancing, no masks in sight, the questions is, what happens at the government level and what happens 10-14 days from now!
I'm over the lockdown myself but admittedly I still wear a mask in crowd places and I keep a low profile as much as possible, but that's just me!
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The second of two documentaries ("Shannon County: Home" and "Shannon County: Hearts of the Children") composed of footage shot in Shannon County, Missouri, in 1978 and 1979.
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In today's There You Go a recap of my Road Trip through the Gulf Coast to Overland Expo East and the Ozarks.
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Book Review of
"Pissing in the Snow and other Ozark Folktales"
by Vance Randolph
University of Illinois Press
Urbana Chicago London 1976
by Bill Schaeffer
copyright (c) 2013, 2018
1. Pissing in the Snow
One time there was two farmers that lived out on the road to Carico. They was always good friends, and Bill's oldest boy had been a-sparking one of Sam's daughters. Everything was going fine til the morning they met down by the creek, and Sam was pretty goddam mad. "Bill," says he"from now on I don't want that boy of yours to se foot on my place."
"Why, what's he done?" asked the boy's daddy,
"He pissed in the snow, that's what he done, right in front of my house!"
"But surely, there ain't no great harm in that," Bill says.
"No harm!" hollered Sam. "Hell's fire, he pissed so it spelled Lucy's name, right there in the snow!"
"The boy shouldn't have done that," says Bill, "But I don't see nothing so terrible bad about it."
"Well, by God, I do!" yelled Sam. "There was two sets of tracks! And besides, don't you think I know my own daughter's handwriting?"
- Vance Randolph