Has the South Moved On? (Humor/Video)


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  1. Northerners will apparently always (one way or another) show their contempt for the south, despite the war of norther aggression never being about slaves, nor Lincoln’s ever being anything but a racist to the end of his career. Yeah… it’s all funny – we can just blow off all those old war crimes… they’re more than 100 years old now.

  2. I bought Crawfish by the beercase box when working the oil fields in La. We would steam them in Austin. A monster got loose and escaped. Later found living under the shed. We named him Sid Vicious.Fed him ground beef until the cat got him.

  3. I did AIT at Fort Gordon and Fort Campbell, all I can say is: It was bound to happen sooner or later! ( Vegan Grits!).
    and ps the fried chicken at Fort Campbell was the best I ever had!
    GO 82!

  4. Mudbugs git cawt in the ditch, ain’t no good without Zatarans, and if you don’t suck the heads , ya’ll ain’t gittin yer vitamins.
    We used to buy tiger shrimp the size of a dawg, fresher n a daisy from a feller wid a station wagon, for 2 bucks. Put dem bad boys in some étouffée with a side of lobster bisque, an there ain’t nuthin you can do but slap yer momma.
    Huey P. Long is coming up out de grave gonna set folks rot ron heah. Bet on it.

    • That’s about the only reason I’d drive down there. Nasty cops and people still holdin’ a grudge for the War Between the States….which I don’t blame them.
      Furthest south I ever got was Nashville, for a satellite TV convention back in the ’80s.
      The Opreyland Hotel had a great Sunday buffet!

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