Friday, December 29, 2006

A Letter From Oklahoma:

I am currently in Oklahoma visiting my family for the holidays, a far cry from my home in NYC.

The following is an exact quote directed towards me from one of my darling twin nieces, eleven years old:

"The land you live on may be worth ten million dollars, but the land I live on is worth as many bullets as I can put in the air."

Cheers, little girl. You win.

7 comments:

K.Leigh said...

I'm from Georgia, so I understand. Here's to the freakshow that is Red State family reunions.

WeJamEcono said...

Living in West Virginia, this is not uncommon to hear. We may not have much, but we own the land that our double wide sits on, and we can open our back door and spotlight deer all year long.

That people, is freedom.

Jen said...

I'm from Kentucky, and over the holidays we watched Will Ferrell and John C. Riley be interviewed on Larry King as their characters from Talledega Nights. Two of my relatives (by marriage, thankfully) insisted that they were real racecar drivers, as evidenced by the fact that Dale Earnhart Jr. called in to comment. Dear Lord.

Anonymous said...

Hey Ryan,
Sorry Dude...sounds like your family is fucked up no matter where they are...peace

Anonymous said...

Sorry to break it to her...But all of the land in the entire state of Oklahoma isn't worth 10 million dollars.

three buck chuck said...

your niece has got more brains in the barrel of her .22 than you have with all your big fancy new york self

if the terrorists come try to take over you can't pay them off you have to shoot them before they shoot you

god bless the the US of fuckin A

btw your blog is funny man

Anonymous said...

all of you people are retarted.
Honestly,
Not worth 10 million dollars?
Do you by any chance even know how many 0's there are in 10 million?
Probably not because you actually aren't a teenager,
and you spend your "free time"
Reading bullshit blogs like this.