Thursday, July 09, 2009

More Hometown News

Sigh. I suppose I have to say something about this.
Moultrie resident Gerald Psalmond is sick and tired of people who believe in the separation of church and state. He’s so tired, in fact, he wrote a letter to The Moultrie Observer saying so:
What follows is a rambling screed about praying, minorities, the evils of the ACLU, majority rule and camel races. Yes, camel races.

So...what can I say? Everyone's home town has its share of kooks.

Lest you forget, Moultrie is also home to a guy who got a DUI.....on a lawn mower.

And the guy who was tasered at the Wal-Mart.

And the guy who wasn't dead, just drunk.

At least it's never dull.


Richard Campbell said...

"At least it's never dull."

I call bs.

Sara said...

I love the strange Moultrie anecdotes! I was just surprised Andisheh spotted this one before you did.

Mary Siceloff said...

I gotta say, the Savannah Morning News gives this letter a run for its money. Glad to see that we're not alone in weirdo, off-the-wall letters to the editor. (Except the ones about the facist, socialist, end-of-days government. Those guys rock.)

Blackjackk said...

This guy's spelling and grammar makes Grift look like ol' Billy Shakespeare.

Camel races - nice.