A Georgia Superhero!

Written by Ed Williams

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Okay, there may be a couple of minor flaws in Red Clay Man, but hey, every superhero has his or her weaknesses. I guess he could only fight crime out inrepparttar rural parts of Georgia because he’d have to keep his supply of red clay continually replenished, but hey, rural Georgia has crime too, right? And I suppose he’d need a way to get around our state in order to fight crime, so what better vehicle for him to ride around in and terrify evildoers with thanrepparttar 145344 Maypop Mobile? And, since most crime fighters need a sidekick, a partner, someone to help get him out of those tight superhero type scrapes that allrepparttar 145345 great crime fighters get into, I guess I’ll need to create him one. Folks, I haverepparttar 145346 perfect one in mind, I’ll team Red Clay Man up with our newest superhero sidekick,repparttar 145347 Boiled Peanut! Put those two together, and you have one heckuva crime fighting team, two superheroes that’ll putrepparttar 145348 fear of our previous state flag into any evil doer that challenges them!

Red Clay Man andrepparttar 145349 Boiled Peanut, our two newest superheroes and Georgia ones to boot! Hey, if we can hostrepparttar 145350 Olympics in Atlanta, and if we can elect a President from here, well, we can have our own superheroes, too! And, it’s in our economic best interests if Red Clay Man catches on - just think about it. Batman is out there selling tons of t-shirts, toys, and more, just think ofrepparttar 145351 red clay samples we could ship out of here on account of our newest superhero! Why,repparttar 145352 proceeds from these sales might be so great that they could even help getrepparttar 145353 City of Macon out of hock!

Ed’s latest book, “Rough As A Cob,“ can be ordered by calling River City Publishing toll-free at: 877-408-7078. He’s also a popular after dinner speaker, and his column runs in a number of Southeastern publications. You can contact him via email at: ed3@ed-williams.com, or through his web site address at: www.ed-williams.com.

Hand me my Thongs!

Written by Thck Mick

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I even have some concerns about certain re-arrangements of one's bits and pieces, and then dispatching ice withrepparttar very same apparatus. Surely it must be unhygenic whatever that is as well.

It gets worse when you hear stories of edible thongs and while I've probably ate worse, my teeth would no longer be able forrepparttar 145158 hard and soft mixtures of brass and lice.

But that's just me and my history of assorted diets.

Other generations can arrange what they want, eat all associated tooling, and advertizerepparttar 145159 fact even.

Thick Mick. ticklingtrials@thetrivialtimes.com

Thick Mick is an "expert" columnist on historical matters or Back Passage material, with www.TheTrivialTimes.com. You must forgive him his many memory inconsistencies.

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