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vampireapologist: vampireapologist: vampireapologist: vampireapologist: vampireapologist: i was never seen again. this was the best time ever bc my host had just changed the tire and I was like “oh hell yeah an old tractor tire! you know what that means!” and everyone was like “no….” the French boys and the Norwegians were like “we dont actually” and I was like my god….I’m the only hillbilly here….it’s Up To Me and I like to think of that as the only significant cultural impact I made. everyone’s so worried about my tree trajectory but that’s the best part about rolling downhill in tractor tires: so much of the shock is absorbed by the tire so you can pretty much do anything. in theory. i’m not a doctor I actually don’t know you could probably still die. one of the guys I roped into this went over a huge boulder and went airborn for a hot second though so that was fun People keep commenting about my leg muscles and the answer is that’s just how u look when u work on a farm on top of a mountain People also keep asking how you stop. The answer is: eventually : vampireapologist: vampireapologist: vampireapologist: vampireapologist: vampireapologist: i was never seen again. this was the best time ever bc my host had just changed the tire and I was like “oh hell yeah an old tractor tire! you know what that means!” and everyone was like “no….” the French boys and the Norwegians were like “we dont actually” and I was like my god….I’m the only hillbilly here….it’s Up To Me and I like to think of that as the only significant cultural impact I made. everyone’s so worried about my tree trajectory but that’s the best part about rolling downhill in tractor tires: so much of the shock is absorbed by the tire so you can pretty much do anything. in theory. i’m not a doctor I actually don’t know you could probably still die. one of the guys I roped into this went over a huge boulder and went airborn for a hot second though so that was fun People keep commenting about my leg muscles and the answer is that’s just how u look when u work on a farm on top of a mountain People also keep asking how you stop. The answer is: eventually

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kentuckwitch: missmeanest: hubbabubba-overlord: discoursegrips: cistrendered: democratic-bias: electoralcollege: trashgender-garbabe-nova: ladygolem: probablyasocialecologist: https://twitter.com/baldinternetman/status/793470278953238528  Funny enough, there’s a long history of worker’s struggle in the Appalachians and South. Redneck Revolt is a good group organizing in these areas around this identity and history. Yeah regions where mining, agriculture, and similar industries are dominant tend to have a history of socialist organizing and labor agitation, funny how that works i love how many people are commenting on this basically saying it’s an oxymoron for rednecks to be communists like… in what universe is it an oxymoron for… actual poor and working-class people… to be invested in an ideology movement that centers around working-class/labor struggle… lmao ???? literally the only reason why there has been a shift in later years is cus of fear mongering to the point where capitalist criticism has become a taboo even for lower class poor people. like many the southern states are some of the poorest states in usa?? “Let’s show these fascists what a couple of hillbillies can do!”  -Woody Guthrie coming from  a non-informed point of view i feel like once again this is Reagan’s fault because he targeted workers unions a good deal…  People are saying its a oxymoron because “redneck” is usually synonymous with “racist/stupid af” in america. And “racist/stupid af” in america tends to steer very far right. But there is a actually a whole population of “redneck” that isnt racist at all. They’re actually pretty well educated, theyre just poor and do poor people stuff. They’re the ones who end up introducing black people to white people shit. Like moonshine, mudding and camping. Theyre a trip to hang around. Theres actually a lot of overlap in the “redneck” and the “hood” culture (large tight knit families, general disdain for authorities, love of bbq…etc), but the rich white people in power dont want people to know that because if the all the poor people reguardless of color realize they have shared interests band together and raise hell. Its over for the 1%. So they try their hardest to emphasize and exaggerate the cultural differences, in hopes of convincing the low income disenfranchized whites to vote right. I LOVE capitalist critical Appalachian culture. One of the first things i learned that fueled my interest was the origin of the word ‘redneck.’ Coal mining was HUGE from the mid 1700s to the early 1900s in states like Virginia and Pennsylvania as coal was a primary source of fuel for a lotta shit. Unsurprisingly, mine owners were capitalist pigs and exploited the hell outta coal miners. Like, paying them by the pound of coal they brought in rather than by hours worked, paying them in vouchers that could only be used at the store owned by the mining company, and offering no kind of health assistance when workers would inevitably succumb to illness and injury caused by the work they did. So miners began to unionize in the mid 1840s. To show solidarity and to make their employers take notice, unionists would wear red bandanas around their necks. And thus, the term ‘redneck’ was coined to describe the union supporters who eventually dismantled a lot of the exploitive practices used by the coal industry. Love these! Just discovered the hillbilly leftie podcast the Trillbilly Worker’s Party, and I am so excited to see more leftist organizing in these parts. We have an amazing history of labor struggle, and a fair amount of labor wins, in this region. : Bout near tarred a you, boy! kentuckwitch: missmeanest: hubbabubba-overlord: discoursegrips: cistrendered: democratic-bias: electoralcollege: trashgender-garbabe-nova: ladygolem: probablyasocialecologist: https://twitter.com/baldinternetman/status/793470278953238528  Funny enough, there’s a long history of worker’s struggle in the Appalachians and South. Redneck Revolt is a good group organizing in these areas around this identity and history. Yeah regions where mining, agriculture, and similar industries are dominant tend to have a history of socialist organizing and labor agitation, funny how that works i love how many people are commenting on this basically saying it’s an oxymoron for rednecks to be communists like… in what universe is it an oxymoron for… actual poor and working-class people… to be invested in an ideology movement that centers around working-class/labor struggle… lmao ???? literally the only reason why there has been a shift in later years is cus of fear mongering to the point where capitalist criticism has become a taboo even for lower class poor people. like many the southern states are some of the poorest states in usa?? “Let’s show these fascists what a couple of hillbillies can do!”  -Woody Guthrie coming from  a non-informed point of view i feel like once again this is Reagan’s fault because he targeted workers unions a good deal…  People are saying its a oxymoron because “redneck” is usually synonymous with “racist/stupid af” in america. And “racist/stupid af” in america tends to steer very far right. But there is a actually a whole population of “redneck” that isnt racist at all. They’re actually pretty well educated, theyre just poor and do poor people stuff. They’re the ones who end up introducing black people to white people shit. Like moonshine, mudding and camping. Theyre a trip to hang around. Theres actually a lot of overlap in the “redneck” and the “hood” culture (large tight knit families, general disdain for authorities, love of bbq…etc), but the rich white people in power dont want people to know that because if the all the poor people reguardless of color realize they have shared interests band together and raise hell. Its over for the 1%. So they try their hardest to emphasize and exaggerate the cultural differences, in hopes of convincing the low income disenfranchized whites to vote right. I LOVE capitalist critical Appalachian culture. One of the first things i learned that fueled my interest was the origin of the word ‘redneck.’ Coal mining was HUGE from the mid 1700s to the early 1900s in states like Virginia and Pennsylvania as coal was a primary source of fuel for a lotta shit. Unsurprisingly, mine owners were capitalist pigs and exploited the hell outta coal miners. Like, paying them by the pound of coal they brought in rather than by hours worked, paying them in vouchers that could only be used at the store owned by the mining company, and offering no kind of health assistance when workers would inevitably succumb to illness and injury caused by the work they did. So miners began to unionize in the mid 1840s. To show solidarity and to make their employers take notice, unionists would wear red bandanas around their necks. And thus, the term ‘redneck’ was coined to describe the union supporters who eventually dismantled a lot of the exploitive practices used by the coal industry. Love these! Just discovered the hillbilly leftie podcast the Trillbilly Worker’s Party, and I am so excited to see more leftist organizing in these parts. We have an amazing history of labor struggle, and a fair amount of labor wins, in this region.
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The Hillbilly Horror Picture Show: thecheshiresmiles everytime I hear about children of the corn I think about the guy I met at comic con who actually lived in the town they filmed that movie at, and on the farm where they filmed in the corn. he was a teenager at the time and him and his friends would get drunk on moonshine and rustle the corn and let the air out of the tires of the production team's trailers and shit. and now there's Wikipedia pages about how the children of the corn set was haunted and they thought they angered god but it was really just drunk hillbillies trashcandean I don't like adding to posts but I also have a funny story like this, so lI was watching the movie the Blair witch which takes place in burkettsville maryland which to me is so funny because that is were my grandfather lives and the town is literally just old people and cows with their main street consisting of a post office. Well anyway he told me that after it came out people were coming in like bus loads to the town to find the witch and my grandfather lives up in the Mountain area and people were up in his property trying to find the witch and it made him angry so he went out and hung up stick people and stacked rocks and it freaked the people out so they started thinking something was out there when really it was my 80 year old Italian grandpa who wanted people out of his woods ginathethundergoddess We had ghost hunters come to a historic house in my town to film and if you think every high school kid in town respectfully stayed at home that night instead of going to fuck up that filming you're dead wrong animentality this is comforting, actually, sometimes paranormal things are just a bunch of bored people dicking around in the woods thepoorgroomsbrideisatrot New favorite cryptid: locals Source:thecheshir esmiles The Hillbilly Horror Picture Show
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A federal appeals court says Mississippi can start enforcing a law that will let merchants and government employees cite religious beliefs to deny services to same-sex couples. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court reversed a judge’s decision that had blocked the law before it could take effect in July. Outrageous. These brain defective judges evidently unable to keep church and state separate. The decision once again proved that religion equals bigotry, especially when it mixed with politics and backed by zealous VP Pence and bigoted AG Sessions. No surprise here though. The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals covers Mississippi, Texas,& Louisiana - a hillbilly states where bigots want their rights but are happy deny other people’s their rights! Of course, freedom of religion is one of the most fundamental rights we have as Americans. But that freedom does not give any of us the right to harm or mistreat others. I fear that we may fall back into the Dark Ages...We cannot allow this to happen! LGBT LGBTUN rainbow_nation_us RFRA 5thCircuit bigotry ReligiousFreedom homophobia LGBTPride LGBTSupport Homosexual GayPride Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Pansexual GenderEquality Agender GenderQueer Asexual Androgyne GenderFluid LGBTQ LGBTCommunity LoveWins LoveIsLove: LGBT UNITED UNITED BIGOTRY DISGUISED AS "RELIGIOUS FREEDOM" IS STILL BIGOTRY STOP USING THE BIBLE TO SUPPORT YOUR ANTI-LGBT POLITICAL AGENDA! A federal appeals court says Mississippi can start enforcing a law that will let merchants and government employees cite religious beliefs to deny services to same-sex couples. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court reversed a judge’s decision that had blocked the law before it could take effect in July. Outrageous. These brain defective judges evidently unable to keep church and state separate. The decision once again proved that religion equals bigotry, especially when it mixed with politics and backed by zealous VP Pence and bigoted AG Sessions. No surprise here though. The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals covers Mississippi, Texas,& Louisiana - a hillbilly states where bigots want their rights but are happy deny other people’s their rights! Of course, freedom of religion is one of the most fundamental rights we have as Americans. But that freedom does not give any of us the right to harm or mistreat others. I fear that we may fall back into the Dark Ages...We cannot allow this to happen! LGBT LGBTUN rainbow_nation_us RFRA 5thCircuit bigotry ReligiousFreedom homophobia LGBTPride LGBTSupport Homosexual GayPride Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Pansexual GenderEquality Agender GenderQueer Asexual Androgyne GenderFluid LGBTQ LGBTCommunity LoveWins LoveIsLove
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It is that simple. It is not about racism, it is about behaviour. Respecting a police officer is the best thing a person can do in any case. pray4police p4p supportthepolice police cop hero thinblueline lawenforcement America policelivesmatter supportourtroops BlueLivesMatter sheepdogs police thankacop safetyday thankacop hugACop SupportLawEnforcement: Kevin Martin Martin Jul 9 at 12:36am Norristown, Pennsylvania l, as a BLACK AMERICAN have been pulled over COUNTLESS times by the police in anywhere from Multimillion dollar neighborhoods, to Poverty stricken slums, to Redneck, hillbilly country roads, ALWAYS while being locked and loaded with a LICENSED, 40 Cal Handgun Sometimes with even more than 1 gun Ihave been Searched and questioned, sometimes for HOURS But not ONCE has anything EVER gone violent. WHY? Because made 1 choice and 1 choice only,and that was to RESPECT THEIR AUTHORITY, and respect their orders because I'd rather leave HUMBLE with a HANDSHAKE than leave lifeless in a BODY BAG Police officers have 1 goal, and 1 goal only. And that is to make it home to their loved ones at the end of shift. If the REST of america had the SAME AGENDA This world would be so much different ccee It is that simple. It is not about racism, it is about behaviour. Respecting a police officer is the best thing a person can do in any case. pray4police p4p supportthepolice police cop hero thinblueline lawenforcement America policelivesmatter supportourtroops BlueLivesMatter sheepdogs police thankacop safetyday thankacop hugACop SupportLawEnforcement

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