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4.25.2012

I Don't Even Know This Country Anymore


You mean a girl can't wear a confederate flag dress to a prom in . . . Tennessee?

31 comments:

Anonymous said...

Smoking Hot! Wait What?

Anonymous said...

Yes, and there are some words white people can't use anymore.

Anonymous said...

Tacky is her middle name.

Anonymous said...

The real problem with that picture is the douche with his dress shirt untucked under his tux jacket.

Anonymous said...

A tacky dress and flip flops for the prom.....that's high class right there.

Anonymous said...

Is she on the Rhome P and Z?

Anonymous said...

That dress is so offensive! I'm putting together a legal / civil rights dream team and suing that girl; her parents; the dress manufacturer; the girl's date; and the colors red, white and blue!

Anonymous said...

Like it better than the entire prom wardrobe made from duct tape.

DF Oscar de la Renta

Anonymous said...

I didn't know Wordkyle's daughter lives in Tennessee.

Rage

Anonymous said...

I cannot help but see a family resemblance. Are they brother and sister or just cousins? Go shallow genetic pools!

Anonymous said...

As they ride off to the Prom in the General Lee Limo to eat at the local waffle house.

Anonymous said...

Ladies and Gentlemen...your next floor sweeper and oil changer are having a great night on the town all dressed up.

Baylor Too said...

That's funny, because I just came across an old picture in a book which showed Tyler's R.E. Lee H.S. Marching Band in a parade. The band's uniforms were red with blue strips with stars, a al the Confederate Battle Flag.

R.E. Lee H.S.'s mascot was the Rebels back then, before William Wayne Justice made them change it to the Raiders.

This was in a book about Texas, published in 1995, and it was in my child's elementary school library in Colorado.

Anonymous said...

But the liberal weenies would not have had a problem if he had been wearing his white sheet.

Anonymous said...

If she had just said it was her interpretation of the Tennessee state flag, it would been a non-issue.

Anonymous said...

If the "X" in question had concerned Malcolm X then I'm quite certain she would have been allowed in.

Anonymous said...

11:21---you beat me to it! lol Tuck the dang shirt in and all would be cool.

Anonymous said...

Don't worry Baylor Too, the bigots still go flagging during JT/Lee week, so Justice didn't thwart all of their efforts.

Justice is hated by bigots and morons for a lot of reasons, but he did a lot of things right.

DF Sandy Duncan

Rage

Anonymous said...

11:21,
Read the small print. They were at a fitting. How would he tuck the shirt in? It doesn't look like he's wearing any pants at all.

Katy Anders said...

I believe in letting the girl wear the dress and make a fool out of herself.

It's sort of the free marketplace of humiliation.

Anonymous said...

That flag belongs in a museum and history books.

Katy Anders said...

My entire wardrobe consists of dresses in the design of failed nation states that lost the only war they ever fought.

Anonymous said...

can you wear a hoodie?

Anonymous said...

Shame! A pox on your village 1 & all for making thoughtless comments on those who truly can not defend themselves.

FYI, that is a off the rack dress from Walmart.

Anonymous said...

You wear your X and I'll wear mine.

Anonymous said...

Rage...you a Tyler boy?

Anonymous said...

The girl should have known better — she ought not wear anything inflammatory, even if I personally believe people over the past 20 years have turned the Confederate flag into something it previously was not (the fact that Dukes of Hazzard made it on the air in the early 80s proves that).

But.....it is still a part of Southern history and heritage, like it or not.

I wonder how many of the black students at that school are allowed to call each other the "N" word or wear "No Justice For Trayvon" shirts?

Anonymous said...

No, but I play one on the internet.

Rage

Anonymous said...

I like Stars and Bars....Chuck. The stars in my eyes...and the bars on Greenville Avenue.....Chuck.

Where are my diapers?

Anonymous said...

I am more offended by the shoes she is wearing in the article picture. Since when did shower shoes become appropriate womens footwear.

Anonymous said...

The night they drove old Dixie down
And all the bells were ringing
The night they drove old Dixie down
And the people were singing
They went, "Na, na, na"

Double Fake The Band