Sunday, August 12, 2012

Yeah well, what ya' gonna do?

Via Knuckledraggin' My Life Away

LANGUAGE!

Good, but ain't as good as Popcorn's

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_v0neUj-VDa4/ScCfF8jCocI/AAAAAAAADnI/SZtbn3HZoB4/s400/popcornsuttonpremadegravestone.jpg

"He was a Free Man.

One of the few who can honestly say they deserve that title. The chains never came to rest upon him.

Can any of us say the same?

You can live on your knees, or die on your feet. You can be safe, or you can be free.

A man chooses. A slave obeys."


Repost from 23 Apr 2010: Popcorn Sutton: Dead By Government B-------

3 comments:

  1. A very sad story here. Cocke Co. Tn. is`nt very far from here. There are some real folk`s up over the ridge,they are the heart and soul of America.It`s really to bad that the Obama`s , Sunstien`s and Pelosi`s of this country are almost creature`s of another planet in comparison.

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  2. the Obama`s , Sunstien`s and Pelosi`s of this country are almost creature`s of another planet in comparison.

    Wholeheartedly agree.

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  3. Tried to post a comment on the Popcorn Sutton post but this stoooopid computer kept messing up. The point was that Horace Kephart would have liked Popcorn. Kephart and George Sears (Nesmuck) are my favorite two outdoor writers.

    There is a great Kephart collection at WCU. See:

    http://www.wcu.edu/library/DigitalCollections/Kephart/

    Terry T
    Fla

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