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Redneck Series # 46: Piping in NASCAR

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Hidden : 07/02/2007
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This is one in a local series called "You Might Be A Redneck GeoCacher IF?" There are several of us "High Tech Rednecks" postin' them, but them buggars are all goin' be alike in that they have a lil' prize for the First to Find. Them things are collectible and we'll be givin' a prize to the BIGGEST redneck geocacher who finds the most of them so keep up with them like'n they was gold! Here we go!

You Might be a Redneck Geocacher IF... Redneck – hhmmmm – The term originated in reference to agricultural workers, alluding to how the back of a person's neck will be burned by the sun if he works long hours in the fields. That’s our story and we’re stickin’ to it.. Read on and have fun with this series.

You Might Be A Redneck GeoCacher IF... You need a satellite dish for NASCAR as well as running your cache pocket queries!

Out-cheer in the back woods of the county, some of the po’ unfortunate folks not quite on the cable company’s list, have to rely on satellite’s to pipe in the Andy Griffith Show and NASCAR. We usta have to do this and den we made the middle class, and some say the upper class to git cable. But some of our kin still haveta pipe in NASCAR on the weekend so we can see Junior and Rainbow-Boy runs around in circles. Cable is finally making it to the country folks dens, maybe even yers.

I have a new dog and he runs around in circles while Jeff Gordon is racing. A friend of mine asked me “what does he do when Jeff wins?”, I said “I don’t know, I’ve only had him 2 years!”

Park past the rail, go to other end.

Wurds of Wizdum: To know how Rednecks are doing, just count the number of NASCAR Memorabilia items in their den!

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