well...I was TRYING to plug the Walmart Movie...but I screwed it up. Anyway. http://www.walmartmovie.com/
I thought you'd have more of an accent, dude. I was dragged to the mall yesterday for dinner, but it was relatively painless. We weren't shopping for anything. I feel immensely sorry for anyone who looks forward to Black Friday. It's a good thing that the Michael Jackson trail wasn't still going on, those people would've had a tough decision to make.
Thehim, I take great pride in my lack of accent. I guess growing up with a DJ and a bank teller helped. Or hurt, depending on how you look at it. I look at it in a good way.My siblings, ironically, have mild accents, even though we all grew up together. But they're still ahead of most of the local population.And yes, I totally agree about the MJ trial. They would have to wheel out big-screen TVs, which may or may not have been looted.
Gosh, I must be the biggest loser on the planet then, cuz I been snoozin' for two straight days. Those places scare me to death on a normal day. I keep thinking of the poor bastards who have to work there. They must be near death by now. Like the audio thing. Kinda like 'A Bayou Home Companion'...
But they're still ahead of most of the local population.Yeah, I hear you. Watching BBC News reporters interviewing people in rural Louisiana is just pure fun. Although the times I've seen it recently haven't been the funnest of times...
Yeah, definitely. The people where I live don't generally sound like that anyway--I live in a city, and the accents here and in the towns around the area are more Cajun-Franco-centric than what people from Chalmette speak. It's a very interesting place, Louisiana.
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