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Four Shot Dead in Mayberry
November 2, 2009, 12:12 pm
Filed under: Criminals, North Carolina | Tags: , , , ,

A Hispanic man was arrested for the death of 4 other Hispanic men behind a Mt. Airy, NC  business. For those of you who don’t know, Mt. Airy, NC is the birthplace of Andy Griffith and is literally the fictional town of Mayberry. Both Andy and Matlock are on the case.

Mt. Airy is a cute little tourist town that thrives off the Andy Griffith Show. As you walk down the main street you hear the whistled theme song from the show playing from the speakers of some of the shops. There are many diners that give you that old school feel.

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I had a cheeseburger at this diner in Mt. Airy, NC - it was like touristy time travel.

For one day, Mt. Airy, NC will be known as a Hispanic murder haven where Latino men go to kill and be killed. You can be sure, though, that silver-topped men and women will still arrive by the bus load to visit one of the most, old school pieces of Americana that still exists.

As a side note, my girlfriend’s grandmother went to high school with Andy Griffith. From what I’ve been told, Aunt Mae, also from Mt. Airy, was very rude and snobbish.



Closing the Doughnut Hole

Ever since Nancy Pelosi introduced the Dems new health care reform plan, I’ve been hearing a phrase that I never had heard before – “closing the doughnut hole.” Since when is “closing the donut hole” something that anybody wants? If you close the donut hole, then you no longer have a donut.

In fact, the word is “dough” and “nut.” It is a nut made out of dough. When you close the hole up, you no longer have a nut. And another thing, we’re talking about health care. Donuts aren’t very healthy, especially you add more “doughnut” by closing up the hole.

A doughnut without a hole is a pastry. Is that better than a doughnut? Who doesn’t love a bite-sized doughnut hole, anyway?

It shouldn’t cost $894 billion to close the hole in one doughnut.