Cracker Barrel Pulls ‘Duck Dynasty’ Products

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Just a heads up.

If there is a Cracker Barrel in your area, boycott it. I’m not a ‘Duck Dynasty’ fan, but I dislike corporate mega chains that practice PC.

Note: I quit buying Starbuck’s products years ago.

“Cracker Barrel’s mission is Pleasing People. We operate within the ideals of fairness, mutual respect and equal treatment of all people. These ideals are the core of our corporate culture.

We continue to offer Duck Commander products in our stores.

We removed selected products which we were concerned might offend some of our guests while we evaluate the situation.

We continually evaluate the products we offer and will continue to do so.”

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50 Comments on "Cracker Barrel Pulls ‘Duck Dynasty’ Products"

  1. more of the same | December 21, 2013 at 10:23 pm |

    Check out the boycott CB Facebook page. Lots of encouraging comments. CB is getting their ass handed to them.

  2. It’s never a question of whether there will be discrimination or no discrimination. It’s always a question of what forms of discrimination will be permitted or required by the state. So as to not offend homosexuals Cracker Barrel has decided to instead throw a Christian under the bus and implicitly insult all Christians by telling us that our faith is offensive.

  3. Never seen the show.
    Don’t have cable, and won’t until channels are ala carte.
    Only eaten at Cracker Barrel once, with my dad, a few years ago.
    There are other places at that plaza to eat, guess we will eat there next time.

  4. Instead of boycotts that don’t work, local governments should now be encouraged to prohibit Cracker Barrel from building in their communities – left wing scum tried the same with Chick-fil-a. Fight fire with fire. Perhaps a petition to put such a proposal on the ballot in our states would be successful.

  5. Another proposal is to encourage our state and local communities to require cable and satellite companies to de-bundle channel selection, allowing consumers to chose which ones to pay for. If that happened, A&E, CNN, etc. could be removed and made less viable as companies. Fight fire with fire. Government force is the ultimate authority. Our people need to wake up to that and start using it against our oppressors.

  6. I might also suggest that this could be used to our people’s advantage. You could easily place that company’s statement on a small placard with metal tongs (similar to what you would see in political campaigns) and place them outside your local Cracker Barrel – just get in the car with your friends and drive around to them all; it won’t take long and will get lots of attention. In many cases, the first few feet away from the road is public property. So, Cracker Barrel may not be able to remove the signs. This could be done cheaply and quickly…and receive lots of media attention.

    Make sure something about secession is in there too and that this is made into an ethnic attack against our people, not simple a gay thing. I’ve already seen a few people almost blow this situation quoting the bible and mentioning “sodomy,” as if most – even in the South – consider that a top ten issue. If it is entirely a gay issue, it’s just more conservative American versus progressive American nonsense. This should be us (Southerners) versus them (Americans). That way, regardless or belief, you are compelled into supporting us as a fellow Southerner, unless you’re just a worm.

    For example, I never watched this show and even laughed at some of these people before this happened. I then found this website and saw some of the initial coverage. The link to the original derogatory concept of the show attacking supposedly poor, backwards Southerners was particularly effective. I suggest following the same route.

    Slogan: “The Solution is Secession.”

    Never let a good controversy go to waste.

  7. Captain John Charity Spring MA | December 22, 2013 at 3:17 am |

    These company CEO’s really need to feel the heat.

  8. Mosin Nagant | December 22, 2013 at 4:14 am |

    I am venturing out to comment again, but only since it appears ‘theological’ (Christian) commentary might be allowed to STAND — since this EXTREMELY ‘Low Church’, completely unschooled, truly ‘pig ignorant’ Holy Roller Bible thumper Phil Robertson who not only preaches but actually BELIEVES IN ‘THAT IRON AGE MYTH’ has been TREATED WITH RESPECT, in these recent posts, rather than denounced (like ‘Corn Cob’ was) as a freakish anomaly and a distraction and a drag and an embarrassment to the otherwise normally INTELLIGENT (i.e. agnostic, or non-‘theological’) and capable white race — and so, for as long as being ‘theological’ remains acceptable on OD, I’ll resume posting comments, both ‘theological’ and non-‘theological’ from time to time.

  9. Mosin Nagant | December 22, 2013 at 4:28 am |

    Great summary in this article:^headlines

    The Talmudvision career of Phil Robertson ‘Cobb’ is finished now with the surfacing of this video that catches him in the act of preaching in a very ‘low’ church somewhere in Pennsylvania:

  10. Mosin Nagant | December 22, 2013 at 4:41 am |

    Robertson preaching in the Berean ‘low church’:

    Bereans are an incredibly stupid and bigoted sect:

  11. Mosin Nagant | December 22, 2013 at 5:35 am |

    As the ‘Vicar of Christ’, Pope Francis, says: ‘If a person is gay and seeks God and has goodwill, who am I to judge him?’

    Typical Southron Neocon Newt Gingrich called Robertson’s comments ‘remarkable’, while Sarah Palin stood up to defend his RIGHT to speak (‘Free speech is an endangered species’) not the ‘hate content’ of the message of his speech. Even a liberal lesbian (a redundancy) could do that:

  12. Cracker Barrel is a division of Kraft. Its cheeses are all certified kosher. They bear the kosher label – which means that the food carries rabbinic curses upon the goyim. It is probably certified halal as well.

    To hell with Kraft, Cracker Barrel and the kosher food tax.

    They should be boycotted as a matter of course. No Christian should eat their crap.

  13. Isn’t the term “Cracker” a tad offensive itself !!!!!!!!

  14. Lynda- Thanks for that ‘heads up.’ Cracker Barrell gives the impression that it is a ‘southern, white, old school’ kind of place. Perhaps they were at their founding.

    Not now. I remember a few years back, some nigpigs complained that CB was ‘racist.’ IMMEDIATELY, the corporate shills at CB posted a sign in their front entryway, denyin that they were ‘racist,’ and you know what? Nigs started coming to the store, as if they OWNED IT. I’ve been to CB’s in the South, and up here in the North. Used to be, it was all white, in both areas where we have eaten. Now, even up north the Darkies are coming to congregate on a Sunday after church.. and I say to that, Fuhgedaboutit..

    You’ve outlined the reason for it CB=mega-corporation, whose goal is a Brave New World… of Satanism. They can keep their soggy vegetables, and cardboard cornbread.

  15. Mosin Nagant | December 22, 2013 at 1:12 pm |

    Re: ‘Cracker Barrel is a division of Kraft. Its cheeses are all certified kosher (…) which means that the food carries rabbinic curses’:

    ‘Cursed are they’ that eat of the ‘Miracle Whip’, ‘Kool Whip’, ‘Velveeta’, ‘Jell-O’, ‘Oscar Mayer’ and other deceitful ‘foods’ by Kraft. Cursed too are they that eat of the artery-clogging, over-salty, nutrition-less cheap CRACKER DOUGH that nearly everything sold at Cracker Barrel is at least partially made of.

    Eat local. Know where your food comes from. Quit the ‘convenience’ habit, and revert to traditional ethnic dietary conservatism.

  16. Mosin Nagant | December 22, 2013 at 2:31 pm |

    Just one more. Near the beginning of this video clip he says they are of Scottish heritage, and at around 14 minutes, that the opportunity of the resurrection of our bodies from the dead tops all possible fame and money, and that he earned a masters in education (so he is NOT completely unschooled) and he could have had a teaching career, but preferred the outdoor life.

  17. Stephen E Dalton | December 22, 2013 at 2:33 pm |

    Mosin, I see you just can’t let go of your Anti-Catholic bigotry. There was no need to drag your hobby horse into these comments. We’re discussing Phil Robertson’s stand on sodomy, not Catholicism. Michael Voris’s Church Militant Facebook page has come out in support of the Duck Commander’s stand. And I’m sure if you were a prominent figure like the DC, he would do it for you too.

    Lynda, I understand your feelings about the kosher tax, but boycotting businesses for it is a useless strategy. Nearly every thing you buy at a store now days has a kosher seal on it, even laundry detergents. It’s better to slam dunk them over moral and political issues like this one.

  18. They grovelled. That didn’t take long. Unprincipled worms.

  19. “Even a liberal lesbian (a redundancy) could do that”

    Camille isn’t all that liberal:

    It’s a Man’s World, and It Always Will Be

  20. Mosin Nagant | December 22, 2013 at 6:35 pm |

    If everything at the store has the seal, tax and curses on it, then its a global corporate product store NOT a white LOCAL-sourced store. Every day we vote with our feet, and our spending and eating habits. Finally, right theology is NEVER a ‘hobby horse’, but the central key factor in EVERY issue of life.

  21. Mosin Nagant | December 22, 2013 at 6:42 pm |

    Mighty, maybe the wind is starting to blow in our direction, and they are sensing it. Nevertheless, still don’t eat any of that sealed, seal-taxed and curse-carrying GMO cracker dough.

  22. “Lynda, I understand your feelings about the kosher tax, but boycotting businesses for it is a useless strategy. Nearly every thing you buy at a store now days has a kosher seal on it, even laundry detergents. It’s better to slam dunk them over moral and political issues like this one.”

    Dalton, spoken like a NewChurch worshipper of the ‘Synagogue of Satan.” Heaven forbid we should adopt the Catholic sentiments of the previous 1900 years before “Nostra Aetate,” and tell the J*ws, ‘You are without grace, and not to be desired in catholic countries.’ Why, that would be almost…. Orthodox!

  23. The Christian is not to be conformed to the world but to be sanctified by the Holy Spirit in the renewal of the mind, will, imagination, memory and spirit. The Christian community is very important and is the only way that the individual can practise this refusal to be conformed to the world – which grows more Satanic by the hour – and the Zeitgeist.

    Now that we see the kosher tax – refusing it is a holy obligation and a mark of loyalty to Christ the King.

  24. “refusing it is a holy obligation and a mark of loyalty to Christ the King.”

    Tell that to my son who despite his age still has a particular fondness for Kraft Deluxe Mac and Cheese Original Cheddar Flavor in the 14 oz. box. I’ll have to check to see if it really does has some sort of Judaic symbol on it. I rather doubt it but you never know…

  25. “revert to traditional ethnic dietary conservatism.”

    Good! I’ve always liked draft beer.

  26. I’ve previously spoken against excessive anti-Catholic sentiment here, but that new pope is Satanic.

    It’s long past time for another major schism in Christianity. The trad Catholics, trad orthodox, conservative, non-mainline Protestants, “low” evangelicals, etc. ought to put aside their theological differences and come together.

  27. Stephen E Dalton | December 23, 2013 at 4:10 am |

    Fr. John and Lynda, I have already stated I don’t care for the kosher tax, but the reality is that it’s on so many products that it’s hard to escape it. I’d bet if you would look at every food and non-food product you buy at a grocery store for a month, you would be astonished how many of them would have a K, a U, or Parve on the label. So, unless you butcher your own meat, grow or process your own grain or vegetables, brew, ferment, or distil your own alcohol, and make your own cleaning products, there’s no way you can avoid it. Mosin is living in a dream world, because “white owned, local sources stores” would have to carry some national brands to stay in business. So, naïve ones, start looking for the kosher seals, and after the shock wears off, start boycotting businesses on moral issues that the average Joe comprehends.

  28. I think you’re all reading this wrong. They only pulled “A&E” products. Robertson products were NOT pulled. Their quote,”…Duck Dynasty merchandise is A&E branded, while Duck Commander products — including “Miss Kay’s Duck Commander Kitchen Cookbook” and a “Duck Commander Devotional Book” — aren’t produced by the television network…”

    Maybe I’m wrong I read it as a win.

  29. Dalton is a recent convert, keep that in mind. In the late 2000s romanism offered “fast track conversions.” Really… just think about that. Most people in that indoctrination do not even really know what all the issues are, and what detractors see in their violent history and “dumbing down” of their people—- and those raised in romanism have a right to know. People who have escaped having that done to them—- have the moral imperative to fight for the internal lives of their children and to keep them set apart from it.

    I LIKE my religion, many similar Americans feel the same and they are tired of having the others shoved onto them.

    Shutting up Mosin will not stop the tide of voices out there when it turns

  30. “The trad Catholics, trad orthodox, conservative, non-mainline Protestants, “low” evangelicals, etc. ought to put aside their theological differences and come together.”

    Protestants will never give up the doctrine that man is saved by Faith alone. It’s what defines them.

  31. ‘Protestants will never give up the doctrine that man is saved by Faith alone’:

    One reason we say we are NOT Protestant — ‘neither Protestant nor (Roman) Catholic’ — though others do consider us ‘Protestant’ — is that we believe salvation requires both faith AND works, and both grace AND volition.

    ‘It’s what defines them’:

    Mainline Protestantism, at least, has become very IN-definite soteriologically.

    ‘In the late 2000s romanism offered “fast track conversions.” Really… just think about that’:

    DixieGirl is well informed and correct. I’ve witnessed that ‘fast track’ being taken advantage of by some I know who went through it just ‘to win another trophy to hang on my wall’.

    ‘The trad Catholics, trad orthodox, conservative, non-mainline Protestants, “low” evangelicals, etc. ought to put aside their theological differences and come together’:

    Creating a new superdenomination to join the forces of conservative Protestants and traditional RC and others would not be wise, even if it were possible. ‘Theological’ differences do matter! Conserving the truth (sound doctrine) about eternal things through church discipline is infinitely more important than conserving ANY temporal things — and although ecclesiastical divisions are always very sad, they’re not always wrong or harmful, but often the sign of a healthy, vigorous conservatism or the first step in improving ecclesiastical health. Sometimes we must divide to AVOID being conquered (by sin) and must divide TO conquer. But division is never to be taken lightly or casually either! ‘In essentials unity, in nonessentials liberty, and in all things charity’.

  32. One question: Suppose someone shows up at an LOS-CofCC-OD Mainstream WN rally looking like the Duck Commander, counter to the stated dress code?

    Very conservative traditional Christian males worldwide tend to let their beards grow intact, for the glory of God, and wear plain practical traditional clothes instead of high class suits and neckties.

  33. The open, ‘lay-back’ suit is designed to display the neck tie.

  34. Stephen E Dalton | December 24, 2013 at 12:38 am |

    DixieGirl, I’m not a recent convert. I’ve been Catholic for over two decades. I’m not a “fast track” convert. I studied the faith for years before I became a member.
    As for “dumbing down” history shows that’s it’s Protestantism that has been dumbed down since 1517. The Catholic faith, in spite of the internal and external threats that have assaulted it, is still the Catholic faith. Protestantism is so messed up, IMO, if Luther, Calvin, and the others came back today, they would say, “Dude, where’s my church?”

    The “violent history” meme as a proof that a religion isn’t true is so over done. All religions have a violent history. Read the Old Testament. Read the New Testament. Oh poop, read the history of any religion that ever existed on this planet. Violence abounds. Why? People disagree on what constitutes truth and they fight about it, inside their faiths and with people outside their faiths. It’s sad, but that’s the facts, Jack.

    DG, if you like your religion, fine. The last time I looked, I wasn’t shoving mine at you.

    The reason why some of us wish Mosin would “shut up” is some of us are sick and tired of him riding his hobby horse in the OD corral. Most of us want to talk about the subject matter HW or JR post here. We don’t care for his hijacking the threads. If he wants to ride his horsy, he should start his own blog and let it drop road apples there.

  35. “One reason we say we are NOT Protestant — ‘neither Protestant nor (Roman) Catholic’ — though others do consider us ‘Protestant’ — is that we believe salvation requires both faith AND works, and both grace AND volition.”

    And what faith is that exactly?

  36. First, the anti-White Pope exhorted Euros and Italians to welcome hordes of Muslims, Negroes into their communities which would totally destroy their cultures and lives.

    Phase 2?

    Pope urges Italy to find houses for all families

    Buy AP Photo Reprints

    VATICAN CITY (AP) –‘ Pope Francis urged anti-austerity protesters who attended his weekly Angelus blessing to use dialogue and not violence to press their demands.

    Addressing a group of protesters among the pilgrims gathered Sunday in St. Peter’s Square, the pope appealed for `’a constructive contribution, rejecting the temptation for conflict and violence and following always the path of dialogue.”

    The pope read aloud one of their banners: `’The poor cannot wait.” He urged everyone from charities to Italian authorities `’to do everything possible so that every family can have a house” this holiday season.

    Protests aimed at impressing upon Italian leaders the pain inflicted on ordinary people by the country’s economic crisis have been under way across the country for two weeks. Some of them have erupted into violence.’

  37. Mosin Nagant | December 24, 2013 at 3:13 am |

    Whether it seems ‘hobby horse riding’ or hard draft horse work, or hijacking or bulls-eye-hitting all depends on one’s theological perspective, or lack of it. One man’s stew is another man’s poison.

    The church in Rome began well according to the New Testament and early extra-Biblical sources, but has become an anti-Christ institution. Its ‘violent history’, along with its history of corruption and general sexual immorality of its leadership are only SOME of the evidence we consider. The un-Biblical content of its official doctrine is really the CRUCIAL evidence of its apostasy.

  38. Mosin Nagant | December 24, 2013 at 3:50 am |

    Off topic, really? Since the Talmudic persecution of Phil Robertson’s expression of ‘Low church Protestantism’ IS the subject of these Duck Dynasty posts, and since his ‘Holy Rollerism’ has effectively been condoned by all the other commenters who have failed to condemn them on these threads, it seems my sympathetic analysis, coming from a similar ‘low’ church position, should NOT be rejected as off-topic, hijacking, etc.

  39. Mosin Nagant | December 24, 2013 at 3:57 am |

    Error correction: ‘failed to condemn them on these threads’ in my the previous comment should have been: ‘failed to condemn it on these threads’. Sorry.

  40. Come on Mosin, out with it. What is your religion that is neither fish nor fowl?

  41. Stephen E Dalton | December 24, 2013 at 6:30 pm |

    Mosin, I support Phil. He’s right on sodomy. I don’t support you because you come across as a self-righteous little prick. You’re always prattling about “Biblical Christianity”, but as Rudel notices, you never tell us what that is. Rudel is up front about what he believes (or doesn’t believes), but all you will ever say is “BC”. Well MN, in Protestant Amurrica, I can talk to 100 different people and come up with 100 different types of “Biblical Christianity” and each one of them will say the other form of “BC” isn’t real “Biblical Christianity”. So, which one of the 100 is it MN?

  42. Mosin Nagant | December 24, 2013 at 9:48 pm |

    In the spirit of Divine love and forgiveness, and the ‘Christmas Truce’, and Welsh Revival:

  43. Dork Die-nasty, Ashkenazis & Enterjewtainment & CornHole Barrel

    First of all, the thang to do is to rename all parties in light of what they really are. Hence to title. Dork Die-nasty, Ashkenazis & Enterjewtainment & Da CornHole Barrel.

    There was a competent game call company named Lohman Industries located in Neosho, the county seat for Newton County and the Confederate Capital of Missouri when the reigning governor was run off to Texas after Wilson’s Creek was lost. They made pretty good game calls out of the numerous black walnut and white oak trees that grow here. The calls were pretty good. I called in plenty of crows around an owl decoy and shot them with a shotgun until the survivors grew wise to the trick.

    So I fail to see why the Dork Dienasty make especially good duck calls. And the premise behind it all is the gloryfuckation of anglo-mestizo coon-asses, so I never watched it, although there is an anglo-mestizo up the road (from the Osage tribe indigenous to Missery) whom I bought a 1978 Ford heavy-duty half-ton pickup truck from this summer who has a baseball cap and t-shirt with theyz’ pictures on it. He was wearing the “Dork Die-nasty” merchandise directly from Wally World even before that stuff be-cum-cum “cool” lately. Whenever young ZOGlings ask me about my half-beard, I tell them that I’m “Half a Duck Dynasty fan.” So I have neither anything for or against Dork Dynasty.

    Nor did I hear anything about “Honey Boo Boo” — the Mis-Sad-Ventures of Southron Anglo-Mestizo Trailer-Trash until some Nimtarded jew yawk shitty jewboys called my co-religionist LoganHunter88 a “Honey Boo-Boo Space Nazi” because he follows the DSCI Wesley Swift-ian doctrine that niggers cum from Dogan Major (The Dog Star Sirius) and that gooks cum from Dogan Minor because Satan brought them in 17,000 years ago in flying saucers. Nope, I’m a DSCI Comparetian Orthodoxer with a little bit of Willie Martin’s “jews are part nigger” Notion which explains CornCobb’s 14% parentage. I had to look up “Honey Boo Boo” on Das Internuts to find out what was going on. Roxie already knew about “Honey Boo Boo” and she loathes the show. You can even say that she resembles the stereotype.

    Anyways, jewplin has a CornHole Barrell. Me and Roxie ate there years ago. The food wasn’t too bad but it was a bit pricey. And the atmosphere seemed to be Starbux gliberal whiggeroid in nature, like a Brie-cheese fart. But they did have dime jawbreakers of the sort that you had to otherwise stock up on at Silver Dollar City in Branson with.

    So jewplin has a CornHole Barrell. And for some reason, jewplin is known as a place where there are a bunch of faggots. Of course, they are closeted faggots, because this area is a buckle of the Baal Belt, with plenty of really primitive Babtists and Pentecostal Lintheads. And a big big Bible Skrule/Kollidge or two. Nope, the faggots have to be really really closeted here, except for the Red/Lavender Lion gaybar where they got to rump-range wild.

    Every so often, back before the jewnited $nakes jewpreme Kort [d]ruled in Lawrence v Texass (2003), the jewplin piglice would send some whigger piggy dressed in liederhosen to McClellan Park where the faggots would turn into a gloryhole round-gay-vue dating service and entrap them faggots for “mashing.” When I was awaiting a trial for refusal to wear a seat belt and before I got coonvicted for doing so (I demanded a jewry trial which cost Jasper County $1500 and upon conviction had to pay my $10 fine), there was a nigger faggot there at the arraignment who pled guilty, and was thus fired from his job as a waiter. So there was some coonsequence for being a faggot even in a town known for itz above per-capita faggishness. jewplin, not Springgyfield Moronsouri, ought to be known as the “Queen/Quean City of the O-zarks”.

    Before you can define anythang, you need to give it itz proper name and nomenclature. Hence, “Dork Dynasty.” Hence A&E should be known as the “Ashkenazi & Enterjewtainment” Channel. And the so-called “Cracker Barrel”, which was initially pro-whigger and anti-fagggot but got sued by them faggots and the jewstice Department after their initial beliefs were challenged and turned all pussizoid. Now all it takes is a cum-plaint by the Lesbo-Bisexshual-Gay-Tranny perverts and enforced by the Gaystapo for them to go all tits & mangina up. So, in this ongoing KulturKampf preceding a real Civil War of each against all, it should be hence known as “Da CornHole Barrell.”

    Adam, not the Sixth-Day Beasts of the Field got to do the naming of all & sundry, cf. Genesis 2:20. Adam might have lived forever iff’n he hadn’t ate of the Tree of niggritude by getting sloppy seconds after Satan disguised as a nigger flashed his incarnate blacksnake at that round-heeled whigger skank Eve and Eve second-lipped bit down & ate. After all Adam had another three short-ribs to get it right. So to let the Spawn of Satan jewboys, or the Sixth-Day niggers, gooks, redskins or the mongrels or faggots get to define anything is Anti-Christ. Whiggers need to get theyz’ shit together or be “cut off” in the cum-cum cummin’ Great Tribulation.

    Hail Victory!!!

    Pastor Martin Luther Dzerzhinsky Lindstedt
    Church of Jesus Christ Christian/Aryan Nations of Missouri

  44. Captain John Charity Spring MA | December 25, 2013 at 2:37 am |

    There is nothing wrong with a Hugo Boss suit. The SS wore them.

  45. Jesse Jackson is piling on Phil Robertson:

    These statements uttered by Robertson are more offensive than the bus driver in Montgomery, Alabama, more than 59 years ago,” Jackson said in a statement obtained by ABC News.

    “At least the bus driver, who ordered Rosa Parks to surrender her seat to a white person, was following state law. Robertson’s statements were uttered freely and openly without cover of the law, within a context of what he seemed to believe was ‘white privilege.'”–abc-news-celebrities.html

  46. A much better take in TakiMag compared to the CT article that Jack Ryan posted and that elicited many approving comments from Taki readers. This one is by Jim Goad and as usual is good for about a half dozen chuckles. As an enclave of people who have yet to completely separate from The Stupid Party, TakiMag is pretty worthless other than for Goad’s work.

  47. Gavin MacInnes and Kathy Shaidle are pretty damn funny on Takimag.

  48. Let’s see if Radio [free] Derb on Takimag comments on Duck Dynasty.

  49. I see another attempted satire in the form of a Jew diatribe on the subject of White ethnopolitics and its Christian legacy penned by Pastor Lindstedt again defaces this messageboard. If Occidental Dissent must post this drek , at least make this schmuck remove the name of the great state of Missouri from his handlebar.

    Missouri, as will be known to the Southrons, was the first state to be garrisoned by the Union during the civil war.

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