Need to bury a body in your backyard, no problem in NC
Posted 16 June 2014 - 12:05 AM
They did a prank where they hire a contractor to dig a hole in backyard and then take the guy inside to the body of his dead wife in one of the bedrooms and ask for help putting her in the hole. Well turns out they couldn't find even one contractor to play along in Ohio and they all walked out immediately and questioned the legality.
.,then the filming moves to North Carolina and totally opposite reaction. Every contractor not only plays along, but helps bring the body to the hole and drop her in, something they say the crew wasn't even prepared for.
Next, the plan a prank with the other guy that dresses up like the old lady, so they place an add basically for and old woman looking to meet. Just in one day they receive over 50 responses and most are really creepy guys asking for really perverted things.
Sounds like a great place! Lol
Posted 16 June 2014 - 12:07 AM
Edited by Big A, 16 June 2014 - 12:07 AM.
Posted 16 June 2014 - 06:19 AM
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Posted 16 June 2014 - 08:01 AM
I would imagine the number of responses in the singles section is even higher. in fact, 50 is probably low.
Posted 16 June 2014 - 11:15 AM
So a mayor refers to one of the cities with largest African American populations as a "Chocolate city" 10 years ago and that's makes my suburb not even part of that city a horrible place?
Let's see, mayor endorses NOLA as "chocolate city," existence of entire city depends on a faulty levee system and the mercy of the almighty, the entire place smells like poo and puke, politicians have ties to the KKK, worst roads in the nation, second highest murder rates in the nation...must I go on? Sounds like a great place to live LOL!
Poor areas nowhere even close to my suburb get flooded thanks to shoddy work by Army Corp of Engineers decades ago and have since been rebuilt correctly also makes my suburb a horrible place?
The former ties of a single term politician elected in the 80's makes my city horrible?
The roads in my area are all pretty new and in great shape and you should personally know that fact from your visits to your family that live here. You actually drive within blocks of my house on your way to Causeway bridge and know that is all new, Also there is a saying about throwing stones in glass houses:
Second-worst roads: North Carolina
Poor-condition mileage rank (1=worst): 16 out of 50
Deficient bridges rank (1= worst): 10 out of 50
Fatalities rank (1=most): 18 out of 50
Congestion rank (1= worst): 9 out of 50
The runner-up in the ranking goes to North Carolina, with no standout numbers beyond the picture they paint as a whole: The state places in the worst 20 for all of the indicators, with numbers for deficient bridges and congestion placing in the 10 worst. It might be hard for the state to address its problems too, as it ranks 44 out of 50 states for per capita fund allocation from the Federal Highway Fund .
On the plus side, a new program from the North Carolina Department of Transportation to install solar panels to power its airport should free up some cash for much-needed road repairs.
Oh yeah, can't forget that a bunch of tourists come to 4 blocks of a certain downtown street and smell it up acting like idiots and how that totally impacts where I and your family live since we can obviously smell it 30 miles away. Forget the fact it' gets scrubbed down and pressure washed every night at 3 am and anyone caught urinating there in public get arrested!
Gee you made some great counterpoints! Lulz
Edited by Big A, 16 June 2014 - 11:17 AM.
Posted 16 June 2014 - 01:47 PM
I guess someone doesn't realize that all that stuff is staged.
Not sure if serious!? So everybody was actors and everyone was in on the prank?
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