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July 27, 2013

Catme 13/Glass Effect 22 — Discarded falsies in the parking lot

Videre est credere.

YouTube caption: "I noticed a pair of what appeared to be falsies tossed on the asphalt in the parking lot of the Barracks Road shopping center yesterday afternoon."

There's a reason Charlottesville's a Podunk town.

You ain't gonna be seeing this kind of stuff in Chelsea Market at Google's stomping grounds, tell you what.

No way they'd last on the ground up there longer than 15 seconds.

FunFact (might be apocryphal): "You never see a dead animal on the road in Cajun country."

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OK,I stand corrected, but you know me me well Joe, PC are my middle initials.

Posted by: tamra | Jul 30, 2013 2:42:48 AM

Thou shalt not bear falsie witness against thy asphalt.

Posted by: Flautist | Jul 29, 2013 10:09:40 AM

Tam: In fact, in the context in which the quote appeared (a New Yorker article by Calvin Trillin, a paean to Cajun food, published perhaps 10-20 years ago) it reflected the author's admiration for the regional nose-to-tail-style approach — quite the opposite of a slur.

Methinks you've spent too much time in northern California.

Posted by: bookofjoe | Jul 29, 2013 6:59:19 AM

...um...Joe, sounds like a slur, implying that Cajuns eat roadkill. Am I missing something here?

Posted by: tamra | Jul 29, 2013 2:21:56 AM

Jenny, too funny and Tarantino would do it right!

Kill Falsie II.

Posted by: Joe Peach | Jul 27, 2013 5:03:31 PM

Best boj blog post title EVER
Or/and
Opening scene of next Tarantino flick.

Posted by: Jenny | Jul 27, 2013 10:31:49 AM

I thought everybody did.

Instructions on mine said discard spent falsies in nearest parking lot.

Posted by: Flautist | Jul 27, 2013 10:20:01 AM

They're wasp traps, cleverly disguised as falsies. Bee all you can bee.

Posted by: Marianne | Jul 27, 2013 9:21:19 AM

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