More love from Alabama

16 04 2009

And by “love” we clearly mean “horrific things that would have shocked us last week but do not shock us today.”

Thanks to Toxic Culture for the photo. Much more goodness over on their site.

herrbo

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16 04 2009
MerkinObserver

That wouldn’t be quite as scary if it weren’t spelled perfectly…

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