Ruminations on lardbutts. Bra-padders. Good ol'boys and giggling Yankee girls. The joys of white bread and knowing your way around a 1957 Chevrolet. And lots more from one of America's favorite writers.
"The red-clay phenomenon....He preaches a Southern-fried gospel, sort of an Everyman's George Will, standing tall for God, patriotism, pick-up trucks, the University of Georgia's Hairy Dawgs, country music, and cheeseburgers without mushrooms. He is to Dixie what Royko is to Chicago, B reslin to New Yor, Buchwald to Washington. He's among the hottest things down South since corn bread." - Washington Post