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Real Southern Rules: Reconsidering the Real Southern Man

Thanks to the mocking words of a certain writer for The New Yorker, we’ve had to take a long, hard look at our Southernness. And we’ve completely reconsidered what a Real Southern Man is.

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Twanglish Lessons: Tell Big Momma and Them We Said “Hey”

Now that we’ve gotten past our 15 minutes of fame (or was it infamy?) brought on by being slanderously maligned in The New Yorker, it’s time to get back to the business of “reveling in the New South and wrasslin’ with the Old.” And what better way to do that than a new Twanglish Lesson?

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