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My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: Mt Jackson ()
Date: October 10, 2016 09:58PM

I was 7 years old on the old family farm in Mt. Jackson. We had a rabbit ear television and I would watch TGIF. It was 1988 and after a week of school I'd watch TV on Friday. Dad would drink a 24 case of beer and we'd cook steak dinner. I watched Full House and would ask dad "dad are all city folk goofy like this?" He would drink a beer and say "yes son yes indeed." I'm now city folk and I work at DIA. I watch Nick at Nite and I see those old episodes. I'm a city boy now.

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: Yoyoyowhat ()
Date: October 10, 2016 10:25PM

Wtf did I just read?

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: Thread anaylizer ()
Date: October 10, 2016 11:39PM

Ramblings of a drunken fool.

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: WTF?! ()
Date: October 10, 2016 11:42PM

Mt Jackson Wrote:
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> I was 7 years old on the old family farm in Mt.
> Jackson. We had a rabbit ear television and I
> would watch TGIF. It was 1988 and after a week of
> school I'd watch TV on Friday. Dad would drink a
> 24 case of beer and we'd cook steak dinner. I
> watched Full House and would ask dad "dad are all
> city folk goofy like this?" He would drink a beer
> and say "yes son yes indeed." I'm now city folk
> and I work at DIA. I watch Nick at Nite and I see
> those old episodes. I'm a city boy now.
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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: Mt Jackson ()
Date: October 11, 2016 09:24PM

I get nostalgic about those days. A dark cold winter day helping dad out on the farm. Friends and I used to play in abandoned milk buildings. Sunday football dad and I would put the radio in top of the TV. I saw my first negro family on Family Matters. I live in a condo in Tysons Corner above the Harris Teeter. It's just not the same with cable

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: perfect racial composition ()
Date: October 11, 2016 09:39PM

Mt Jackson Wrote:
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> I get nostalgic about those days. A dark cold
> winter day helping dad out on the farm. Friends
> and I used to play in abandoned milk buildings.
> Sunday football dad and I would put the radio in
> top of the TV. I saw my first negro family on
> Family Matters. I live in a condo in Tysons Corner
> above the Harris Teeter. It's just not the same
> with cable

There were two negro families in Mt. Jackson. They acted the same as all the white people and everyone treated them the same. At one point the high school had two black students and one of them was the president of the student government.

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: eesh ()
Date: October 11, 2016 09:45PM

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: Mt Jackson ()
Date: October 12, 2016 11:53AM

I remember Sunday winter mornings well. The sun was piercing the mountains and the grass was frozen. Looking at my breath I knew why winter was so depressing. Winter meant that dad couldn't sweat out his hangover. After feeding the live stock it was time for church. As soon as I would nod off, dad would gently smack the back of my head and say "pay attention boy these are life lessons." As soon as chores were done it was off to Country Cooking for a Sunday meal. I hated waking up for school the next morning

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: That's nice, Dear ()
Date: October 12, 2016 11:57AM

Mt Jackson Wrote:
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> I was 7 years old on the old family farm in Mt.
> Jackson. We had a rabbit ear television and I
> would watch TGIF. It was 1988 and after a week of
> school I'd watch TV on Friday. Dad would drink a
> 24 case of beer and we'd cook steak dinner. I
> watched Full House and would ask dad "dad are all
> city folk goofy like this?" He would drink a beer
> and say "yes son yes indeed." I'm now city folk
> and I work at DIA. I watch Nick at Nite and I see
> those old episodes. I'm a city boy now.

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: Mt Jackson ()
Date: October 12, 2016 09:08PM

Tomorrow I tell the tales of the blizzard of 93 in Mt Jackson. I miss listening to the radio and eating Chicken Tonight.

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: Okaysure ()
Date: October 12, 2016 09:47PM

But why?

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: Mt Jackson ()
Date: October 13, 2016 10:22AM

While watching TGIF one Friday pa made us dinner. He was stumbling in the kitchen and put the groceries down. He went to the dollar store and got us Chicken Tonight. It was marinara sauce with onions and peppers. The night was cold and dad just got his truck back from the shop. While watching Step by Step he gives me my chicken dinner. It looked and smelled like a sack full of assholes.

Pa says "come on boy you better eat that goddamn chicken you hear?"

"Back in your granddaddy's days he ate crawdad from the creek. No crawdad he ate grass."

I got myself a glass of whole milk and tried to eat my dinner. Pa sits down and drinks another beer. The cold breeze cuts right through the cheap installation. Dad forgot to pay the oil bill again. I walk outside into the cold night, look at the full moon, and light up a cigarette I hid in the barn. I never left the state and our food stamps were about to run out.

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: Come on man ()
Date: October 13, 2016 10:26AM

No, seriously. Wtf is this? Free writing practice? No one gives a shit about this.

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: Mt Jackson ()
Date: October 13, 2016 10:33AM

I care. I don't have anyone else to tell these stories to. Unless you grew up poor and in the country you wouldn't relate. My best childhood friend growing up got molested by her pa. Now she's tattooed, 4 kids from 4 different daddies, fat, and sells herself online. You city folk don't know what rough is.

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: MIZ ALERT ()
Date: October 13, 2016 10:34AM

Smells like another Miz the Pedos attempt at clever writing...what a fucking FAILURE! BTW....MIZ YOU ARE BANNED!

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: BRONER ALERT ()
Date: October 13, 2016 04:47PM

^^^^

Correct. This very much reads like one of his WSH LAX broner stories.

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: my miz-sense is tingling ()
Date: October 13, 2016 04:50PM

Yeah my spider sense is tingling here, this is another miz thread for sure

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: you can bank on it ()
Date: October 13, 2016 05:27PM

Absolutely a William Moreno post. He must be depressed because Lizzie is not returning his love letters from jail.
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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: ukUTM ()
Date: October 13, 2016 05:44PM

air waves (like wifi) were FREE

cable tv promised if you switched an advantage was "no commercials" (except maybe a pepsi held during show)

congress promised when cable tv "took away" that the poor would still have free access (NOTE NBC is not a child of California wealthy, but the Federal Government), though California like to sometimes (imply) it is private and not subject to (fair hiring, fair contracting, etc)

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now look today: is Satellite or COX free for anyone? no, just obama specials that get deals behind closed doors, like they get free fire detectors + install (do I? no.)

is satellite or COX or FIOS commercial free? no. talk about cost over-run

were people really getting sick due to intense radio waves from TV broadcasting clean signals (full tilt) ? maybe.

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: getting sick either way ()
Date: October 13, 2016 06:16PM

Sorry to break this to you, but radio waves from TV broadcast signals are coming at you even if your TV is connected to cable, FiOS, or satellite dish.

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: Karmic Lizzie ()
Date: October 13, 2016 09:09PM

You need to go check your washing machine!

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: WSH LAX Ultra 2017 ()
Date: October 14, 2016 02:55PM

Bronies I am going back to that farm on Mt. Jackson, it was the best time of my life. Burton and Pascal are coming with me. We might go down to Miami for Christmas then back to Jackson. We will be selling maple syrup in the spring.

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: canuck broner ()
Date: October 14, 2016 03:58PM

WOT?

Maple syrup is harvested in the northern states, not Jackson, MS. Broner.

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: WSH LAX Ultra 2017 ()
Date: October 14, 2016 04:09PM

First I moved back to NOVA Broner. Second I didn't write this homo thread. Y'all broners need to stop obsessing over my life you jealous haters. So jealous that you obsess over me. It's ok, it just makes me feel more bad ass than I already am. HAHAHAHAHAHA dumb poor fucks

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: Mount Jackson ()
Date: October 14, 2016 04:19PM

Brony, it's Mt. Jackson, NH.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Jackson_(New_Hampshire)

The OP (Moreno) said the fictional farm was a place without negros, and which had cold winters. Therefore it can't be Jackson MS.

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: Yeah but the question is ()
Date: October 14, 2016 04:22PM

Who gives a fuck? And why do you see your boyfriend behind every post? This whole thread is stupid

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: WSH LAX Ultra 2017 ()
Date: October 14, 2016 04:31PM

He's not my boyfriend. He's too fat for me and I'm too young for him. I'm just a figment of his imagination.

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: Right right right ()
Date: October 14, 2016 04:35PM

Well whoever you might be, and I think we all know, you can stop. Maybe in your mind you're funny or something? You're not. You're making it difficult for me to read eloquent, thoughtful political discussion here on ffu. Besides, we all know that eesh, miz, all their little friends, and also all their alternate personalities are retarded little drama queen bitches. Fuck all of them and fuck this thread. Oh, and fuck you for good measure. But I said that already, didn't i?

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: WSH LAX Ultra 2017 ()
Date: October 14, 2016 04:52PM

Right right right Wrote:
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> Well whoever you might be, and I think we all
> know, you can stop. Maybe in your mind you're
> funny or something? You're not. You're making it
> difficult for me to read eloquent, thoughtful
> political discussion here on ffu. Besides, we all
> know that eesh, miz, all their little friends,
> and also all their alternate personalities are
> retarded little drama queen bitches. Fuck all of
> them and fuck this thread. Oh, and fuck you for
> good measure. But I said that already, didn't i?

Fuck you gay ass son of a bastard whore! Fuck your political threads. If this place is your only source of politics you seriously suck at life and should consider yourself stupid. Thoughtful political discussion? HAHAHAHAHA you seriously are a dumb piece of shit. Here's your politics right here you fucking pathetic loser

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Re: My times watching TV on the farm
Posted by: noticer of things ()
Date: November 24, 2021 03:50PM

Moreno has some fixation with this town. Why?

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