Originally posted by Jona Where the cerulean is Paul?
Well, I did almost nothing today, then at around 1:30-2:00, I went with my father to see the beatup car (I got to drive his truck! YEAH! It's a diesel -- 230-something horsepower, 600 foot-pounds of torque, dual wheels!), then went shopping at wal-mart, then had coffee at a diner, then went to his house and did some stuff, had dinner, then came home, and now I'm here.
Thousand different paths
So many sterile ends
I chose the Devil's path
Never shall the sun kiss my face
And caress me with it's burning light
For I dwell in the shadows
And sleep side by side with death
Actually, you crazy brits got it wrong again. Only americans from the Northeast are referred to as "yankees". During the American Civil War there was the Union (aka: yanks) and the Confederacy (aka: rebs). Yankees, Johhny Reb, and all. Call a southerner a yankee and they'll take much offense (especially in Alabama. Those people don't realize the Civil War ended...)
Truth be told, it was the northeast who adopted the name from the Pilgrims, who were nicknamed the yankees, the first time the term appeared to denote northeners. But Bob was more closely correct that you