"There are countless horrible things happening all over the world and horrible people prospering, but we must never allow them to disturb our equanimity or deflect us from our sacred duty to sabotage and annoy them whenever possible." -Auberon Waugh
Having lived in South Dakota for a while, I'm quite amazed, but pleased that the state figured out a way to bring in the cash.
Sounds like a J. Packington brainchild.
"There's GOLD in them thar shills!"
Deborah... Hmmm. Don't have that kind of cash, but maybe I'll have to get a SD address to protect what I do have. It'll be good until the Feds catch on. JeffS, they don't have little umbrella drinks like Bremuda on white sandy beaches surrounding blue lagoons, I'll bet. So what is the South Dakota version?
Speaking of Dodges, there's a '66 or'67 Dodge Charger rotting away in a backyard in Harrisburg, Oregon that needs rescuing. Go to Oregon, take I-5 to exit 209, go west about 5 miles to the 25 mph sign and there on the right in a backyard is the Charger along with a '68 or so Plymouth.
And violent crime is practically nonexistent in South Dakota. And why do the Dakotas have such a low crime rate? The governor of North Dakota put it best (I paraphrase):"30 below keeps the riff-raff out"
Well, Deborah, I mind me one drink much favored by my college buddies back when, at a dive known as "The Red Garter". This drink was also known as "The Red Garter", and was served with .... a red garter! These were hung on senior hats, much like scalps taken in battle. I didn't favor it much -- grenadine was a major ingredient.The Red Garter appears to have shut down. At least, I can't find a Rapid City location via the INTERNET, but there's one in Keystone, conveniently located for the tourists.
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