Saturday, November 21, 2009

More Gore.



First, don't get me wrong, I am not really any fonder of George Bush than I am of Al Gore, but I do find a bit of humor in the both of them. Along with the anguish. George liked to pretend that he really knew what was going on, when sometimes he didn't. You could usually tell when he was uncomfortable in his skin, because he would start using words that didn't fit in his mouth. George was born and raised in Cowboy Country, Texas. They didn't generally use big words there. They are a lot like Italians down there in Texas, they gesture a lot, and used three or four word long, four letter word phrases.



I have a whole lot in common with old George Bush. I was raised using sign language, and used short, small word sentences myself. It's hard to hear over logging Cats and chainsaws, so a person learned how to use fewer words and make yourself real clear without really having to say much. If the cat skinner made a mistake, or wasn’t really paying attention. You could chew him out real good with just a few real good hand signs. With just a few quick hand gestures, you could take the place of several paragraphs, about what you thought about his mother bringing his sorry (posterior) into the world. I’m sorry about coming close to using graphic language, but you can’t talk about logging with out using bad words.



That’s kinda’ like old George finding himself moved out of a Texas cattle ranch into the White House. His old language that he used to speak was just not used in the White House. He was caught up in with a bunch of people that had spent their entire life using big words. And, women that wouldn’t swear even if they broke a nail. So, I figger ole’ George got out his dictionary and started writing down big words with important meanings, that he could use in case he really got cornered on an issue, but sometimes he would just get so frustrated that he would hollar. “bring um on!”



I think that where George Bush lost the American people is where he sold out his “roots”. He tried to talk like a Washington Politician, when he was a Texas cowboy. He tried to cover up the fact that he was from simple roots. Being from simple roots doesn’t mean that you are stupid, but trying to act like you aren’t from simple roots is stupid. Dwight D. Eisenhower always called nuclear “nucular”. Everybody pointed out that he pronounced it wrong, but he never changed, or apologized. Soon most people in the nation pronounced the word as “nucular”. Harry S. Truman was a poor speller, and he used the word ain’t. His only concession to the polite world was that he said “manure”, instead of the word that he would normally use. But, he didn’t sell out on his roots.



I guess what this is all leading up to, is that sometimes you really have to pay attention. Some people use small words but mean what they say. Other people use big important words, but don't really know diddley. I watched a clip of Al gore on Conan O'Brien the other day and I was shocked at his ignorance, which shocked me even more, because I expected Al to be ignorant. I know that most of you are great fans of Al, because you believe what he says. So, I guess that I should ask for forgiveness from the people that dote on Al's words.


If there were two people on this whole Earth that I world never follow, It would have been Gandhi, and now Al gore. If I'm going to stake my life on something, I want it to be based on hard science. I don't think that I could just squat in the road and dare the British to kill us all. Science and history tells me that the British are likely to do that. I think that Gandhi and his people just got lucky, I wouldn't recommend doing it again. Now, we are believing Al Gore! Can you believe that???


Nothing that Al says makes much sense to me, perhaps I read too much. I believe that Al is a charlatan. He knows how to use big words that fool most of us into believing him. First, he went off about the poor Polar Bears running out of ice. Here's a clue for you Al. Polar bears don't eat ice. Being the nice guy that I am, I decided to give Al the benefit of the doubt. The research that I was able to do told me that some Polar Bears groups are increasing in population and some are declining. It seems that food for the bears is in more abundance, because of the global warming, more critters are able to be out and about for the bears to eat. Some groups of bears are in decline because of man infringing on their territory.


There are recent bans for hunting the bears from ice-breaking cruise ships and helicopters. I'm in total agreement with that, somehow it just doesn't seem to be that fair, to cruise in, shoot a bear and go back home to Arizona. I believe that you should have to live in the land of ice and snow and take your chances the the bear might eat YOU before you have the right to kill it. Then, if you kill one, you should eat the whole darn bear, and make your clothes out of its hide. That would seem fair to me. So, I guess that I'll give Al a “bye” on Polar Bear protection. They are an incredibly beautiful creature. So, I guess that it is okay to show the poor Polar Bear swimming in open ocean where the ice used to be. Al and I could just call it a “White Lie” to save the bears.


Next Al says we need windmills, wind powered electric generators and solar panels, electric cars, and hydrogen powered vehicles that only exhaust pure water. Wait a minute! Where is the science there??? Hasn't he heard what a wind turbine does to a chicken hawk? If one flies through the darn things, nothing but feathers come out the other side. The Newcomers call them “Redtail Hawks”, but the reason that I call them Chicken Hawks is because I come from a long line of folks that watched them eat chickens. But, wind turbines have a bad habit of killing birds, and an acceptable level for bird death has not been established. Maybe Al will enlighten us about how many birds is okay to kill before wind turbines are considered to be a hazard. If the turbines were wacking Polar Bears, I'd bet that Al would be having a fit!


Solar panel systems have about a twenty-five year payback on them. So, if you buy them, it will be about twenty-five years before you get your money back. That doesn't cover any interest, maintenance or replacement. Not a very good investment. Oh, but you say that the energy companies will give you a subsidy to install them. How insane is that? They are not practical in the first place, so they allow you a subsidy that is charged to the rate-payers About 1% of our electricity comes from Solar at this point. If the plan was 100% successful, we would be charging ourselves enough to cover the subsidies to pay us to put the in solar panels. My brain hurts! We would never recover the investment. Either that or electricity would cost us about three times what we pay now. But, it's fun to talk about.


I'll skip right through battery powered and hydrogen powered vehicles, because most people have figured out that they are immensely inefficient. It takes way more power to manufacture hydrogen than you will ever get back out of it. Same with charging batteries, you would have to have free electricity to make them practical. Burning coal would be totally out of the question. The smart person would say “Why would we burn twice as much coal to power electric or hydrogen vehicles???” It's a no brainer! I think... Unfortunately there are a lot of people out there with no brain. And if you think dioxin, mercury, and lead are bad for the environment, just imagine if every vehicle had batteries in them. Do you have any idea how toxic vehicle batteries are? When they crash, or go into our rivers and oceans, what happens to all of that pollution. It doesn't just dissipate like petroleum products. The safety standpoint of a battery powered vehicle has not been fully appreciated yet, because not many of them have been involved in crashes. They carry onboard enough power to kill you if you get connected into it. It is an electric system in a metal car. The fire potential is also greater with electric vehicles. Well, that took longer to skip-by than I thought!


Now, what I really want to talk about is Al Gore latest Nobel Prize winning Idea. Geothermal Power. Al has recently discovered Geothermal energy, “a relatively new one”. Humans have used geothermal energy since the beginning of humans, but I guess humans are a relatively new feature on Earth, geothermally speaking. So, Al is suggesting that we tap into it... literally. He says that we should drill down into the Earth a “Couple of Kilometers” and tap into the almost unlimited source of energy. He goes on to say that we have “here in the United States, a thirty-five thousand year supply” of heat. He got that right. Kudos. But, it bothers me when somebody like Al Gore starts bandying words like “Kilometer.” He sounds like a scientist or something. He goes on to talk about “new drill bits” that will take the heat. I fell out of my chair when he said that the center of the Earth is “Several Million Degrees”.... This man just wrote a book on this subject. Shouldn't he know that the center of the earth is four thousand degrees??? He also said that the “crust of the Earth is hot”. Well if you go by the fact that Absolute Zero is four hundred and sixty degrees Fahrenheit below zero, then the crust of the Earth is “hot”. I always use Fahrenheit temperatures, because I'm not a scientist like Al Gore.


The problem that I have with Geothermal Energy, is that I've read too much about it. Although I firmly believe that Geothermal Energy is in our future, the stuff that we have now is not that great. What Al didn't tell you, is that Geothermal is a sticky wicket. Releasing geothermal steam pressure to the surface of the Earth comes with enormous pollution. The water in the Earth “two kilometers down” is under tremendous heat and pressure. Water is a great solvent at standard temperature and pressure, but down there it is a super solvent. It dissolves sulfur, mercury, iron, calcium, and other minerals that readily precipitate at the surface of the earth. They routinely have to shut down the geothermal plants for cleaning. Getting rid of the pollutants is a major project. If Geothermal was the complete source of our energy. It is not certain that we would be able to deal with all of the left-over polluting solids. A method of bringing the heat to the surface and leaving the rest down there is the only good answer, but as of now, that is NOT the case.
Can we noninate Al Gore for a new Nobel Prize? What should it be in? Greed avarice, stupidity....

43 comments:

PatsyC said...

Wow. You sure HATE Al Gore!
You seem to be- while more to the right than myself, a sensible, hard-working person.

Then let me ask: Why the focus, why the hate- on a politician who is simply trying to wake the world up? Thats all. Of course he's flawed. He IS a politician after all.
You can pick anyone apart these days, more so when they are well-known.

But the message? You seem to miss it in the 'worry' about Mr. Gore.
You think we should use Science? Wonderful! We agree! I do too!

In fact, its why I voted for Obama,
because the Bush admin. was AGAINST everything science stands for!
(Prove me wrong.)

And one last rant-
FYI, G.W. Bush was NOT a cowboy!
He was born a rich little easterner who never wanted for a thing in his life.
So, please.....

Anonymous said...

Dang Ernie, I like this post. I thought I was the only person on the planet that knew Gore was full of shit. He is not dumb though. It keeps him in the big political circles and he makes big money from the stuff he spews out.
I don't agree with putting Bush on the same rung of the latter as gore. I'm not that big a fan of Bush but I like him better than Gore and some of the trash in D.C. now days.

Oregon

Anonymous said...

He was a Texas cowboy? Huh? He wasn't a cowboy by any definition. It was a PR-manufactured image, including his ranch purchased for the express purpose. Bush was a spoiled college kid like every other politician.

Ernie Branscomb said...

You might take the man out of Texas, but you can't take the Texas out of the man. Sure, Bush was a spoiled rich kid, but he wasn't as dumb as the Liberals tried to make him out to be. Instead of trying to walk away from his Texas upbring, he should have embraced it. Gore is not dumb, and he has a good city-boy vocabulary, but he is a Charlatan. Either that, or he really is dumb and he really believes that crap he spouts. Either way, he doesn't come across as being that knowledgeable.

“Just trying to warn us”. Yeah right! Watch out for Global Warming, oh by the way, send money. I don't hate Gore, but, just for the life of me, I can't figure out why people follow him like he is the Pied Piper. He doesn't even get a D- in science. I Don't hate Gore though, but I find him to be a facinating study.


Like all politicians in the upper echelons, Gore was “sold out”, or he wouldn't have made it into office. So, why am I surprised that he is still out there fooling us.

Anonymous said...

I don't buy that globle warming stuff at all. It fact, it must be on a cooling trend as the counter on Ernie's blog has froze up on my end. I haven't seen a number there for 3 days now.

Oregon

Fred said...

Ernie wrote, "Shouldn't he know that the center of the earth is four thousand degrees?.

Actually, I would think that's just theory as nobody has been to the center of the earth to measure the temperature yet.

But thanks for the Algore moment.

Anonymous said...

Yeah! Lets lynch him!
How dare someone make money off of lies like that!
Thank Republican God weve got honest down to earth people like Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck and Ann Coulter!
THEY would never do anything like that....oh, wait....

Ekovox said...

But Ernie, Al Gore invented the internet. You shouldn't bite the very hand that feeds you. You know, we would be cooresponding by pen and paper if it wasn't for Al Gore.

Anonymous said...

Yesiree Eko, without Bore we would still be using tin cans and strings, but he brought us the system of tube and pipes that we have today. I have a landline so I know all the people closer to town (upstream) steal all the bytes and we have very few in the tubes out here in the boonies. But I have a Dell, and Dell's suck, so it is ok, I don't get many dropped lines 'cause my Dell sucks at those those little skinny pipes.
George Bush posing as a Texan is like Ernie posing as a professor.

Anonymous said...

Does it take hard science to acknowledge that there's just so much oil left in the ground that can be feasibly extracted at a cost that isn’t prohibitive? Big Oil themselves seem to admit this by touting the benefits of non-fossil fuels going forward (from which they intend to capitalize and control, of course). In anticipation of declining oil reserves, the Saudis have begun the incremental process of spending billions to convert their oil-based economy into one of tourism to ensure their status and self-preservation.
Over-reliance on any critical resource is a dubious strategy. It's easy to point out the drawbacks of alternative fuel sources and ridicule those who propose them. It's a bit more difficult to concoct a superior plan of our own that withstands scrutiny.
At least most of us can take heart in knowing we won’t be around long enough to see major world conflicts occur over the earth’s dwindling energy resources, even as we continue to add thousands of energy users to the world’s population each day. I can’t help but think our little blood-for-oil adventure in Iraq hasn’t been an omen of bigger things to come.

Ernie Branscomb said...

In an interview with Wolf Blitzer Al Gore stated; “During my term in the United States Congress. I took the initiative in creating the Internet.”

Al gore did not “invent” the Internet, the military had already developed the Internet. Al Gore saw the possibilities that the Internet provided and submitted legislation to make it available for civilian use. Without Al Gore's legislation, you may very well not be using the Internet right now. Al made it happen for all of us little people. I am grateful for his service in more ways than you will ever know. That doesn't mean that I swallow his other crap.

Al Gore saying that the core of the Earth is “several million degrees” is simply his way of saying; “The core of the Earth is very hot!” It's like some guy saying “I have several million girlfriends.” It's just a simple exaggeration. But, when he is trying to pass himself of as a knowledgeable scientist, he should be more careful.

Anonymous said...

I say go for the oil we do have left in the ground. When the oil is gone then we will do something different. Let me see here, how will Big Al do with just a good pair of Danner boots, Carhartt jacket, good rifle,bullets, some kitchen matches, salt shaker and an electric pack horse?

Oregon

Ernie Branscomb said...

Anon 7:16
We were talking about the flaw in Al Gores science. I did not mention “Republican Gods, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck or Ann Coulter.”

When a person has a particularly weak position in an argument they interject “strawmen” like the above, with the hopes that any valid statements will blow away with the slightest breeze that anonymous will provide, along with the strawmen. Strawmen arguments are particularly weak, but they are the favorite haunt of Anons. While you were at it why didn't you add Jack The Ripper, Atilla The Hun, or maybe even Hiltler, he's a favorite strawman of many anons.

Fact: I've said more good things about Al Gore than you have. So what's your problem???

Anonymous said...

I went back and read what Oregon last wrote. I know he doesn't make sence (sp) but I know Ernie knows what he (Oregon) was saying. Ernie may not agree with him either but he should know Oregon is right. The government is corrupt and there are many educated people that would not see oregon's point of view as correct. They are wrong! I can't understand how a faction of folks squall like a mashed cat over waterboarding NASTY people and promote sucking the brains out from an 8-1/2 month old fetus. I know Oregon well and where he came from in Southern Humboldt back in the 50's the perspective was different than it is now.

Oregon

suzy blah blah said...

Oregon's right, these spoiled brat newcomers like Gore don't know shit when it comes to the old fashioned no bullshit science like back in the day when a chicken hawk was a chicken hawk. cuz now the newcomers call em tofu-hawks, and the big birds with ponytails and several million girlfriends, like the one who named the Mateel, are called deerhawks. If one of them suckers flys into your windmill carrying a six pointed buck in its beak... well you get the picture, but i'm afraid Gore doesn't have a clue

Anonymous said...

suzy, i don't know where you are at on the political scene and don't want to know. I will tell you Ann Coulter is left wing to me and I am just an old mountain man that likes honesty. Do the right thing kind of guy.
I love to read what you write and don't change. You always make me smile.

Oregon

Mashed Cat Squalling said...

I was lucky to have only been mashed. Three of my relatives were run over and killed. Fluffy encountered a bio-diesel rig, Tiger was hit by an electric car, and Patches got it from a fossil fuel pickup truck. Do the science.

Anonymous said...

Dang Mashed Cat Squalling, I don't know what to tell you. Maybe get a couple horses. I like to have 3 myself. One to ride and two good packers. A good mule works too. Don't forget to take salt with you and I always keep a 10' leader on a #12 hook rolled up in my hat band.

Sharp hooks, oregon

suzy blah blah said...

yuo bring teh hook, i'll bring the salt ...

Anonymous said...

Dang i am having fun today. It snowed last night so I get to excuse myself from going outside. Besides the wind is blowing. That reminds me, in California when the wind blows the schools shut down,,,, with pay I think. Anyway I am getting away from what I was going to write here.
Ernie said something about Big Al and came up with the " some guy saying" " I have several million girlfriends" YIKES!! Talk about pompus. I wouldn't brag about that for sure. Just goes to tell y'all how smart the East coast folks are. Tongue in cheek.
What ever happend to being with ONE good woman? I've known some of them but they all belonged to good men.

Oregon

lunatic fringe said...

I agree. Al gore is a fake. Where have all the cowboys gone??

Anonymous said...

To Lunatic fringe, I know lots of cowboys. If you are looking for a spring branding crew I have lots of friends. Some are still alive and willin'. I've rode over a rattle snake ( just once ) on a horse and two times over a yellow jacket nest horseback. All were interesting but the stock was still brought to the corrals for markin' and brandin'.
I guess it is good for me and Ernie is shakin' his head as I write in his blog. Ernie knows who I am. LOL
Anyway I do have a story from one of my departed friends as he told me one day after branding the rough stock.
It seems, and I think a good thing, that in Laytonville we had folks move in from cities and the their kids caught on to country life. Some of those kids now days are middle aged true country folks with a good head on their shoulders and know how to throw a slow true loop with their larriet. Dangit, I hope I spelled larriet right... Anyway back to the story about my friend. His name was Jimmie Nyhen, childhood friend of Clif Shepard who is the father of Robin Shelley which sends her 2 cents here on Ernies blog once in a while. Am I draggig' this on?
There was these people that have not had the chance to be country or cowboys but it is a dream of their's. Thank god for them. However, some wenr'nt privey to the cowboy ways. Gittin' on here, one day there was this one wannybe helping and all day he was cryin' or bitchin', one or the other about how his back hurt. Well, Jimmie and I were watering down the brandin' fire at the end of day and Jimmie said to me " I thought your back was supposed to hurt"

Oregon

suzy blah blah said...

i total;y argee. Gore's a fake and a hypocrite, nothing but another high-falootin east coast smartypants greedy for fame and fortune like the rest of em... hiding his affair with Ann Coulter for pollictcal reasons in the daytime and putting his left wing to the right of her (expletive deleted) at night. Check him out, there he goes speeding around in a gas guzzling high-pollutin Lincoln continental, while his children are also driving around at 100mph (no doubt mashing a few cats in the process)in their pc rigs full of drugs.


And anyway this fancy gore-science totaly makes no sence, a million degree gurls, sheeeeshs! no one's that hot! not even Anne Colter, no matter what Gore's experiments claim. I mean it's like just because some newcomer interloper invented the macintosh apple doenst mean you gotta take a bite of every man that comes along, Ann. All Suzy really needs is One Good Man to put his tongue in my cheek, some salt, and maybe a dell with a dial-up connection or a mule or sumthin...

Anonymous said...

Okay suzy, I give up. It looks like we do not agree. Ann Coulter and you have been my favorite girls so now I guess I will sign off and bring in some firewood for the evening.

Oregon

lunatic fringe said...

Gee thanks anon, good to know. I was really getting worried. I thought the only cowboys left were Cormac McCarthy and James Lee Burke.

Anonymous said...

"The Newcomers call them..."

Ernie, I don't believe I have ever seen you capitalize "Newcomers"???
Heavens to mergatroid... Are they coming up in your esteem?

Anonymous said...

anon 6:00 PM
I missed the capitalized "Newcomers". I wrote to my favorite sister-in-law today and as usual I refer to her as "the ol' hide". She wrote back to me and signed off "Ol' Hide". Women now days just think they are special I guess.

Oregon

suzy blah blah said...

another good honest man gone astray,
dang that ann coulter anyway,
*sigh*
looks like i'll havta take care of the turkey
by my lonesome on thanksgiving day.

Anonymous said...

I Love you suzy blah blah.
Hold on to that Turkey and we will take care of it at a later date.
Happy Holidays to you and yours.

Oregon

Ben said...

Ernie.. The idea that Dubya' grew up in Texas is pure fantasy. Try Kennebunkport, Maine, Phillips Andover Academy, Yale and amazingly an MBA from Harvard as I recall. Some Texan. Yaahoooo! Pure old line New England American oligarchy. The rest is the work of image makers. He and Al are peas in a pod as far as the east coast establishment goes. Powerful fathers, expensive schools and a life of privilege and ease. Notice how rabid those guys become when a real up by the bootstraps guy like Obama comes along. Scares the hell out of them. A huge campaign is under way to get Obama out of there and find our way back to politics as usual and plenty of Democrats are part of it.

Ben said...

P.S... I think it's time Oregon started a blog. The guy can write!

suzy blah blah said...

OMG! theres sooooo many things to say about politicos and cowboys and such but soooo little time and everything. But to start i just want to get this off of Suzy's chest, so um hear goes it, anonymous 6pm, Hello?! i dont mean to be bitchy or anything but it's a matter of esteem, you see --Mergatroid is sposd to be capitalized! sheeesh, gurls dont gets any respect around hear, Ernie caps Newcomers but you dont seem to be able to cap poor old Mergatroid, and then i'm forced to suffer seeing the good honest Oregon using the small 's' for my own dang name. But i forgive him of course, but if someone thinks i'm gonna save the turkey for new years eve someone's thinkin like a fool listenin to a politician's promises, but there's hope that i'll save it =LOL!

just 'S'ayin...

Anonymous said...

suzy, I write your name with a small "s" because you sign that way. It is out of respect only. When I was going through the police academy an instructor walked to the front of the room and had one question. "How do you spell Smith". Everybody got that one wrong. He said there is only one way to spell Smith! He said "you spell it the way they do!"

Oregon

Anonymous said...

Ms. S.Bl.Bl....ah,
There were ten original Murgatroyds, all baritones...and apparently eight were ghosts. It was not a matter of misrespecting "gurls", but one of not honoring the dead with caps.

Attention! CPR needed at CPR, or time to pay last respects to Carson Park Ranger.

Ernie Branscomb said...

Suzy
No intelligent woman with a good bottle of Wild Turkey is going to spend much time alone. No worries!

Oregon
When I read the part about Jimmy saying “I thought that your back was supposed to hurt”, I laughed. Boy, can I identify with that. It doesn't do any good to complain, you're the only one that gives a hoot.

I remember many years ago at the Old-Timer Baseball one of those Nyhen boys, that was about Gramma Ruby's age, sayin' to her; “Remember that time that I packed you across that Crick?” I do believe that was the only time that I remember Gramma Ruby blushing. I was wise enough to never ask about it, so I guess we will never know.

As to the “Newcomers”. I never really had anything against them personally, some of them have become some of my best friends, but everybody will have to admit that they had a hell of an impact on Southern Humboldt. Maybe the whole name should be in capitols.

I'm trying to watch the American Music Awards Show, so I'm a little slow with the comments.

spyrock said...

After enlisting in August 1969, Gore returned to the Harvard campus in his military uniform to say goodbye to his adviser and was "jeered" at by students.[11][18] He later described the visit as a "Ralph Ellison experience in that I was the same person inside but my physical appearance conveyed a message that completely overwhelmed the message of my humanity. It was just an emotional field of negativity and disapproval and piercing glances that shot arrows of what certainly felt like real hatred, and I was astonished."[18]
He was finally shipped to Vietnam on January 2, 1971, after his father had lost his seat in the Senate during the 1970 Senate election, one "of only about a dozen of the 1,115 Harvard graduates in the Class of '69 who went to Vietnam."[27][30][31] Gore was stationed with the 20th Engineer Brigade in Bien Hoa and was a journalist with the paper, The Castle Courier.[32] He received an honorable discharge from the Army in May 1971.[11]
it's real strange to hear you guys disrespect a viet nam vet.
no matter what someones politics or beliefs are, i think that anyone who served our country in war deserves our respect.
maybe al is just suffering from the effects of agent orange or post traumatic stress disorder.
who knows. he isn't the only victim of that war, we all were.
as far as i know, gandaji never served in the u s military so i guess he is just another peace monster and is still fair game.

suzy blah blah said...

P.S... I think it's time Oregon started a blog. The guy can write!

yep, i'll drink turkey or gobble it or both to that --i reckon the police academy musta learnd him how --like they learnd him about Smith.

huggles,
s

Robin Shelley said...

Jimmy Nyhen was a lot quieter than anybody here. He could say a lot with that lopsided grin of his!
Raise a glass to him while you're drinking your dinners, Oregon & Suzy. I loved that man!

Ernie Branscomb said...

Oregon
So, when you get over that bottle of Wild Turkey. How close do you think that I guessed the hit counter?

Anonymous said...

I don't know how well you guessed Ernie, just happy to see the numbers up there again. Thank you.

Oregon

mresquan said...

"George was born and raised in Cowboy Country, Texas."

He was born and raised in Massachusetts.

mresquan said...

Err.....oops how could I forget.....he was born and raised in New Haven,Connecticut.

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