You Interpret

Let’s get things started: Nothin’ more relaxin’ than throw’n back a cool one after a long day of killin’ Yankees.

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  • Ken Noe Sep 22, 2011

    Bud, Coors, Miller…nothing but “Dutch” Yankee beer at the Confederate Bar and Cafe. Of course it is in North Dakota, so getting a case of Abita or Dixie is probably not easy.

    • Kevin Levin Sep 22, 2011

      How did you know that, Ken? Is this a frequent stop on your book tours?

  • Ray O'Hara Sep 22, 2011

    Well as you can’t say “no Negroes welcom” directly a huge CBF will have do to get the point across

  • Barbara Gannon Sep 22, 2011

    Interpret, I do not need to interpret. Its a nice way of saying “whites only.”

  • James Bain Sep 22, 2011

    Not South Dakota?

    • Kevin Levin Sep 22, 2011

      I believe it is McClusky, North Dakota.

      • Scott MacKenzie Sep 22, 2011

        When I drove across North Dakota years ago, I saw a car covered with neo-Confederate stickers – the “Heritage Not Hate” type.

        • Rob Baker Sep 22, 2011

          Would you believe that I saw a Confederate Bumper Sticker in England? I got the chance to speak to him. Transplanted Confederate. Poor Guy.

          • London John Sep 23, 2011

            Of course I believe it – did you think we didn’t have rednecks here? And Brits who display the CBF know exactly what they mean by it – no double-talk about “heritage” – just plain racism.

  • Ed Sep 22, 2011
  • Ken Noe Sep 22, 2011

    They haven’t invited me yet. No, just thirty seconds and the power of Google.

  • Rob Baker Sep 22, 2011

    I see you’ve found the family business. Come by for a cold one sometime.

  • Stephen Graham Sep 22, 2011

    Perhaps it’s galvanized?

  • John Buchanan Sep 23, 2011

    Maybe they came down from Canada like the St Alban’s raid!!!

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