11.20.2007

Failed Bit Warning


Ok, I rarely do this but I'll throw the comments open for this: "Hey, Wise County, what are you thankful for?"

From Greenwood to Cottondale, from New Fairview to Chico, let me hear from you.

Edit: Adding where you are from is a nice touch.

52 comments:

Anonymous said...

From Jacksboro. I'm so thankful for family, friends, salvation and laughter!

....and your blog of course! ;^)

mzchief said...

I am MOST thankful for MY beloved, healthy, happy, loving FAMILY and FRIENDS.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful wife and two healthy boys. Our men and women in the military.

Anonymous said...

I am so thankful for the picture below this post...

Anonymous said...

From Fort Worth. I'm thankful for my 2 beautiful grandsons and family. Also I'm thankful that I moved away from Decatur.

Chesty Puller said...

Thankful for my children, my wife and Marines fighting around the world ~ may God keep them safe... not that they are totally dependant on God for their safety because although they walk through the Valley of the Shadow of Death, they fear no Evil because they are the biggest, baddest, meanest sons of bitches in the Valley.

Semper Fi.

goober said...

From Balsora, I am so thankful we ahve a full time blogger/part time attorney to keep us informed of what is going on in the world. Keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

From Bridgeport I am thankful for my wonderful husband and two healthy children and now a son in law. Thankful for my dear friends who share their sons with us. Our men and women in the military. Come home safe!

Anonymous said...

From Boyd. I am so very thankful for my healthy happy daughters and for a husband that works hard for us all. For our home, our jobs, and vehicles that start every morning. It's a good life.

Anonymous said...

From Bridgeport, I am thankful for my family, my wonderful son, friends and all the men & women in the military!

Anonymous said...

From Alvord - I am thankful that 53 days after my 74 year old father suffered a massive heart attack is coming home to recuperate. I thank God everyday for the miracle he bestowed upon him. I also am thankful for being the youngest of his 6 kids and for the family support and love that we have had throughout the years. There have been hard times, but love and blessings from God have kept us together.

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful for this FAKE post....

House of R & R said...

From Paradise: Gosh, I'm thankful for so many things. Important things that I know I take for granted every day like my awesome husband, my amazing family, and all my wonderful friends. There are too many to list!

And of course, a big thanks to you Barry, for providing me with an exciting blog that I can spew my craziness on each day.

I wish all of you a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving holiday.

Anonymous said...

The obvious, salvation, health, family and friends, but also for America. As bad as it is, led by an idiot and most likely soon by another idiot, it is still a great place to live. $3.00 a gallon gas, taxes rising at 10% a year, schools and churches dens of inequity.........but still a great place to live.

Anonymous said...

From Argyle. Thankful for salvation, family, friends, and the many bloggers..oh, and tax law.

Anonymous said...

Jessica Biel.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

From the big City of Alvord. Thanks Barry for this blog. Rarely does a day go by that you dont post something that cracks me up! Keep it up bruther.

Anonymous said...

I am thankful for. Two fantastic children and the people in my life who put up with me. God Bless our men and women in the military.

Alvord

Anonymous said...

Thankful for Liberals that make those Conservative answer for their stupid decisions!

The Devil said...

From Hades, I am thankful for my high speed connection...took us a while to get it going down here, just had to search out a few willing lost souls with a good ISP.

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful for you Bu-Bear, you make my day a little brighter!

Crud Bonemeal said...

I am thankful for my family, my job, and that God chose to let me live my life in this great country instead of some third world hell hole. It's still the best place to live in the world.

Anonymous said...

I am thankful for each new day that the Lord gives me. I am thankful for my loving parents, my husband, our two children and that I have a job which I love. I am also thankful that I still have all four of my grandparents and that my children are blessed to have forged a strong bond with each of them.

Andria said...

From San Antonio: I'm thankful that this is my last freakin' year of law school.

saw_em_off_ags said...

From College Station, I'm thankful for my Mom, Dad, Brother, and Jessie at home in Paradise! Can't wait to see all of you!

Anonymous said...

From Decatur: I'm thankful for that giant drilling rig near the Decatur High School - the mineral rights will lower my school taxes - right?

Anonymous said...

From Denton, the little TICKET. I listen 2 hours a day during my commute to and from Irving.

Double Fake Greggo

Anonymous said...

Aloha from Hawaii! I am thankful for my loving family and host of friends. Every one have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Anonymous said...

Bport-I am thankful for

Family
Health
Happiness
Money
Blog

(and yes I did say money-money does not buy happiness BUT money buys stuff and stuff makes me happy)

Anonymous said...

Got a SURVEY for ya.........

Where are your readers from???

Anonymous said...

im thankful that Bush got his appointments to the SC before the 2nd amendment thing got there

Monica said...

From Bartonville. I'm thankful for my husband, family, friends, wonderful job and your blog that keeps me occupied at work.

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful Mzchief kept it to one sentence.

BLOWHARD!

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful I don't live in Wise County.

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful that Barry is the Smartest and Sexiest Attorney in Wise County!!

Anonymous said...

From the port. I'm am thankful for the stupid people and the acts they do that keep this blog site great.
-Stay hard
Line five guy

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful that I grew up in Wise County and established a strong foundation, and I'm also thankful that I moved on...

Anonymous said...

From Laramie Wy.
I'm thankful most for my God and to live in a country that allows us the freedom to worship The One who gave his live for our salvation, my wonderful wife and children and I really enjoy your blog.....

Gorilla said...

Guns, girls, bikes and beer.

rpm said...

From Chico:
I'm thankful there's only 426 days remaining until Dubya leaves office.

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful that Blowhard posted this instead of me!!!!!
Much nicer than I would have been!
But I'm still thankful that I can't see Mzchief's real face!!
Thank you Mzchief and thank you Blowhard!

Anonymous said...
I'm thankful Mzchief kept it to one sentence.

BLOWHARD!

4:54 PM

betty boop said...

From Decatur...I am most thankful for my Lord, the wonderful husband He has given me, our family, including our 6 children and two grandchildren...and a great life so undeserved, but very appreciated...

the spelling nazi said...

rpm,

I noticed you were bagging on someone on another post because they misspelled "democrat" so now I feel compelled to point out that your grammar usage was incorrect in your post. You stated that "there's 426 days until..." when the correct usage would be "there are 426 days..." FYI "there's" is a contraction (big word, I know) of "there is." So now maybe you'll lighten up when you notice a spelling error on the posts you see here. It's been established that pointing out spelling errors is the last resort of a man/woman with no leg to stand on in an argument.

Don't make me rear my ugly head again! Either that or spell check your posts, genius.

Anonymous said...

Paradise TX, I am thankful for my wife and son, good family and friends the men and women who protect our country on the war front and home front be it military, fire , police or medics and great health.

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful for the teeth to be able to eat all that food.

Anonymous said...

I am thankful that I am still around to be thankful this year.

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful I am not a turkey.

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful I don't have to waste time thanking gods for whatever happens or doesn't happen. As for thanking those in the military, they are doing a job and getting paid for it - just like firemen, police, post office workers and air traffic controllers, etc. I thank everyone who does his/her job with enthusiasm and competence.

rpm said...

I'm also thankful the spelling nazi's spellchecker is broken.

(p.s. only 425 to go!)

Starr said...

From Lubbock. Thankful for healthy children.

Anonymous said...

For Grandma!

Anonymous said...

COTTONDALE says....thankful for money, home, kids, loved ones and a job! Of coarse "GOD" first and foremost.