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  1. #40
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    that must be an interesting accent?????????//

    LOL!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    that must be an interesting accent?????????//

    LOL!!!!!!!!
    Well, if I try, I can make myself sound like any area I want to...

    Seriously, I tend to adapt naturally. I lived in N VA for 3 years between Texas and GA... Folks say I have a drawl... only when I want to IMO.

    Are you a native of your area?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas-Tech View Post
    I really doubt that would be the case with such a hodge podge he had going.

    Even a hodge podge would need the explanation of a regular system to describe how to attempt to make it work.
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  4. #43
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    no, i am born in DC, lived in Maryland and Virginia, west virginia as a kid
    moved to san francisco til 17 kentucky and georgia in the army discharged from army moved to denver, went to school in co springs moved back to sf/oakland moved to kcmo and spent the last 15 years in kansas.

    when i was in ga i had a HUGE accent/draw always said down yander, rekon, y'all, ate hush puppies and ate dinner for lunch and supper for dinner.
    went 4 wheelin and shot a bow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    if i went back to the south i would get the draw back in a day!!!!!!!!



    Quote Originally Posted by ga-hvac-tech View Post
    Well, if I try, I can make myself sound like any area I want to...

    Seriously, I tend to adapt naturally. I lived in N VA for 3 years between Texas and GA... Folks say I have a drawl... only when I want to IMO.

    Are you a native of your area?
    I WILL SELL WORK,GENERATE BUSINESS, GO GET NEW CUSTOMERS!
    YOU SHUT THE HELL UP AND QUIT RUNNING YOUR MOUTH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    no, i am born in DC, lived in Maryland and Virginia, west virginia as a kid
    moved to san francisco til 17 kentucky and georgia in the army discharged from army moved to denver, went to school in co springs moved back to sf/oakland moved to kcmo and spent the last 15 years in kansas.

    when i was in ga i had a HUGE accent/draw always said down yander, rekon, y'all, ate hush puppies and ate dinner for lunch and supper for dinner.
    went 4 wheelin and shot a bow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    if i went back to the south i would get the draw back in a day!!!!!!!!
    You have been around more than I...

    Grew up in Houston TX. Tried a summer in SanDeigo, cost tpp much to live there. Moved to Falls Church in 1987, stayed there for 3 years (worked for a large plumming contractor that got into kitchen/bath and remodeling). Then moved to GA and live in Norcross which is NE of Atlanta. Been here 20 years, this is home now.

    Atlanta offers most of the things a big city has... yet one can live far out enough to not be caught up in the big city. Nice mix IMO.
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