Howard once lived way down south in

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  1. Ruffypup

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    Fucking douchebag!
     
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    I have a house at a lake not far from there. Howard is right. It is bumfuck
     
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    it feels pretty southern here to me :dontknow:
     
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    It's not the DEEP South.....Where I'm from.............
     
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    Hell, there are parts of NJ, in the south western part of the state (Cumberland, Gloucester Counties) where I swear the Mason-Dixon lines extends.
     
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    where they actually believed jews had horns....what bullshit.
     
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    From my angle it looks like a suburb of DC and a hour drive to Philly. :dontknow:
     
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    Well I never saw a Temple anywhere near where he is talking about. People believe in the horns .
     
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    Yeah. Although maybe Howard was trying to be funny and reading one of Benjy's jokes/observations.
     
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    You can always tell a Benji joke. Always Jew related.
     
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    Be surprised it's not South Hamptons.
     
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    I grew up in 9 different states and the one place that was anti-semetic was Minnesota. I don't know why they didn't like Jews, but the school-kids were viciously anti-semetic. It was bizarre. Maybe it was something one kid started and it caught on only at that one school?

    The Southern places I've lived either didn't know what a Jew was or didn't really care or felt Jews held a special place as one of God's chosen ones.

    And I've lived in Virginia. One of the real parts about 90 miles west of Roanoke. Not that North Virginia bullshit.

    I don't remember one bit of anti-semetism. Then again, there weren't any Jews around to hate on in those parts.
     
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    I seriously doubt that story is true, he came up with it after right he saw Borat... no mentions of of Jew horns on marksfriggin before that:

     
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    Growing up on the Upper West Side, in a building (almost) entirely occupied by Jews -- having Southern Baptist parents, from Kentucky, certainly wasn't Kosher. Just like Howard, they loved the work 'hillbilly', too
     
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    Lynchburg, Virginia. It's more subtle but there's a church like every 50 yards in that city. I have friends who live there and as soon as they hear my friends' last name, their entire demeanor changes. it's bizarre.
     
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    the locals are plenty southernish is what I'm sayin. It's different, it's not so Baptist maybe.
     
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    It might not be as south as New Orleans, but it's just as backwards.
     
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    suburb of d,c., yes, and, 3 hour drive from philly
     
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    to be fair, lynchburg is the home of jerry falwell's liberty university, a school where you are breaking school code by being with a member of the opposite sex unchaperoned, which means lynchburg is hell
     
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    I don't know this for fact but it looks like a suburb of DC and seems like it would be a melting pot of many cultures mostly type A Washington Beltwayers....but that's just from birds-eye.... :wub: