NK - yankees, etc
Peachy Keen Barbara Jean
peachykeen at moose-mail.com
Sat Feb 10 14:00:08 PST 2001
Okay.. I feel I must say something considering where I came from.
There are many fine cuisines to be had in the northeast. Think of the
many cultures that are brought together in the large meltingpot of
New York. The area is full of fine dining and the best perogies in
the world. Oh and the pizza in the northeast... is way better, too.
>From the City of Brotherly Love,
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From: Bethor2000 at aol.com
Sent: Fri, 9 Feb 2001 12:12:10 EST
To: Northkeep at ansteorra.org
Subject: NK - yankees, etc
In a message dated 2/9/01 8:48:10 AM Central Standard Time,
big_daddy_baulsac at yahoo.com writes:
<< I was born in oklahoma and i dont understand why
people call us yankees. >>
Baulsac, et al,
I should have qualified my post further. No, I don't consider Okies
yankees. I like Oklahoma very much, thank you, otherwise I wouldn't
chosen to stay here.
However, you can keep the northeast, and especially the
occasionally spent some time traveling in those godforsaken places
Kansas, Nebraska, Illinois, Iowa, etc. I don't include Minnesota,
anyone who eats lutefisk and has Jessie Ventura for Governor has got
soul in them. But most of what those aforementioned parts of the
consider cuisine, I would have a hard time feeding to a dog. The
food is so
But now Oklahoma, ah yes, good old chicken fried steak, mmm. When it
to food, definitely the South, Southeast, Southwest have the rest of
country beat hands down.
I think I'll go boil some peanuts!
proud to ride w/ the I-44 gang
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Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious and so very Peachy Keen!!!
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