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4.01.2008

If You're Not First, You're Last


A faithful reader sends along this pic of Dale Jr's car at Decatur High School today. Somebody needs to take that thing to the Sonic.

Edit: Make that another reader pic sent in which is pure gold . . .

29 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Second place is just the first to finish last"!

Anonymous said...

I bet that wrap on the trailer was created without a hint of irony.

We need more warm bodies for the meatgrinder!

Silicone Alley said...

"I wake up in the morning and I piss excellence"

billie said...

Never been to a NASCAR race.

What's the big deal? And I understand it costs a small fortune to watch the cars scream around the track.

Are the fans waiting for the next big crash, with all the smoke, debris, etc.?

Anonymous said...

the most fun at a NASCAR even can be had with a pit pass.

lovelit said...

"If you Ain't First, you're last"...courtesy of, yes, Ricky Bobby and the Decatur Homecoming shirt from 2006; sheesh.

Anonymous said...

You drive that thing around here and it's gettin jacked.

Nomasayin Bro?

Anonymous said...

I love Talladeaga Nights!! Dear 6 lb Baby Jesus.....I know most people don't like it, but there are some of us who do, and it does not make us WHITE TRASH!!!

Anonymous said...

Sally, I wake up and drop the kids off at the pool.

Anonymous said...

And, thanks to a state-of-the-art Decatur High School Skills USA department for arranging for this to make it to DHS. Way to go guys! It seemed to be a huge hit at DHS all day long!

Anonymous said...

It was at Wal-dump this evening. Central City for rednecks.

Anonymous said...

I don't know if it makes much sense or not, but it seems to be as (il) logical as football

Anonymous said...

If you go to the Drudgereport, you will see a headline that scientists have mixed human and cow DNA in an embryo and underneath it is a picture of the Oprah.

Anonymous said...

That is one great flash attachment on his camera. It was taken last night at 11:24.

Anonymous said...

Ricky Stutt has been working on getting a Hendrick Motorsports car to come for almost a year. That is Dale Earnhardt, Jr's car. Stutt does a wonderful job with the kids he teaches. The guy really cares about the kids he teaches....has a big heart. He doesn't have a high profile position like a coach or a high stakes teaching position that deals with the TAKS test so he doesn't get a lot of attention but that guy puts so much time and energy into those kids without the accolades and aknowledgment that he really deserves. Way to go Stutt!

mzchief said...

To anonymous 4:55...
My favourite parts of the movie were Ricky Bobby doing the commercial endorsement and when they were at Applebee's. I laughed so hard I actually had REAL tears in my eyes.

Anonymous said...

They're turnin' left!!!!

goober said...

What do want to bet that the couple in pic 2 is either from New Fairview or Alvoid?

Kingfish said...

I betcha that car turns left, left, left, and left pretty damn good.

As for the bottom pic: Pure gold? Can you say Pulitzer prize for photojournalism!

I am inspired to haiku:

Mullet to mullet
Ocho Ocho cameltoe
Neon pants too tight reveal.

snapping fingers.

Anonymous said...

Is this the first appearance of the "She-mullet" on Skattershooting?

Anonymous said...

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DRIVING A RACE CAR
1. GO FAST
2. TURN LEFT

Anonymous said...

People that watch NASCAR are racists.

Bulldog said...

Typical.

Anonymous said...

Kingfish, Thanks for the compliment!! I only wish I could have had the time to do a Larry King type of interveiw!!!

Anonymous said...

The woman used to be from Bridgeport

Anonymous said...

Kingfish is brilliant.

Ryan said...

I can just see the husband after the picture was taken, slapping his wife on the behind and say "Happy Anniversary, Momma!"

(Thats not an incest joke, I just know alot of rednecks call their wives "momma". God Bless Wise County.)

Anonymous said...

9:38 you are so right. Mr. Stutt is amazing, and is without a doubt, the reason many kids stay in school. He's a realist and trains and in many cases, certifies the students to become experts in their vocational field. He takes those kids out of town to competitions, leadership conferences and contests and prepares them for their real worls, no matter what that may be. We love you man.

Anonymous said...

WAY TO GO MR. STUTT!!!!! Toooo bad, your not as cool as your uncle "T"!!!