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Old 12-06-2015, 12:07 AM   #1
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A northern visitor was motor touring through the Ozark Mountains on a fine autumn day. As he came around a curve he saw an elderly gentleman in a one-piece denim outfit with pant legs rolled up, barefoot with a straw hat jauntily cocked to one side. This same gentleman was holding a ceramic jug in one hand and an antique flintlock rifle in the other. Determined to drive past quickly, he was shocked when the elderly gentleman stepped out in front of his car.
Jamming on his brakes he stopped just at the mans knees.
"Are you crazy?" the driver shouted.
"Pull over to the curb" the hillbilly ordered.
Upon stopping the vehicle the driver was again schocked when the hillbilliy opened the door and jumped into the passenger seat.
Pointing the flintlock at the driver the hillbilly offered the ceramic jug to him.
Drink it he said.
The driver accepted the offer, tilted his head back and sipped from the jug.
"God thats awful" he cried.
The hillbilly said "Ya aint it?
Now you hold the gun on me!"
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