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Trae Crowder, Drew Morgan and Corey Ryan Forrester (Authors of The Liberal Redneck Manifesto, and comedians on The WellRed Comedy Tour) host a weekly podcast featuring guests from all walks of life. From MMA fighters, Political experts, Comedians, Television Producers... you get it.. it's diverse. We meet interesting people on the road. Sometimes they let us record our conversations. Sometime's, however, it's just us three goofballs cracking wise about anything from politics, sports, chicken, relationships, and music! wellREDcomedy.com for tickets to shows and more!
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Sep 13, 2017

How can one stupid little Facebook comment make you so mad? Well it's pretty easy when said comment takes a shot at a southern man's pride for his homeland! 

That's right - the jumping off point for this weeks discussion was a shitty Facebook comment that some lady left on one of Trae's Posts .(We are super mature:) This led to a discussion of what it's like to leave your hometown, and whether or not sometimes it's best to stay put (The Brain Drain Phenomenon).

 

After that we discuss Trump revoking DACA and the challenges that presents to some people who are just trying to stay in the only home they've ever known.

 

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4 Comments
  • over a week ago
    Sam
    Also, I come from a family of immigrants who did it legally and we do not feel bitter towards the ones who struggle and see no other way but to come illegally. Without tons of money, direct family, major connections it is ridiculously difficult. Heck even with direct family but without money it's near impossible. My heart goes out!!!! oh and my heck the DACA situation!!!! My heart hurts. I could go on and on about the heartlessness and stupidity of 45, but this isn't my show. ;) Thank you boys for your views!!!!
  • over a week ago
    Sam
    Also, I come from a family of immigrants who did it legally and we do not feel bitter towards the ones who struggle and see no other way but to come illegally. Without tons of money, direct family, major connections it is ridiculously difficult. Heck even with direct family but without money it's near impossible. My heart goes out!!!! oh and my heck the DACA situation!!!! My heart hurts. I could go on and on about the heartlessness and stupidity of 45, but this isn't my show. ;) Thank you boys for your views!!!!
  • over a week ago
    Sam
    Okie in L.A. here - I always say you can take the girl out of the country but you can't take the country out of the girl. No matter where I go :)

    I think it's really important that y'all are out there, in other states. How can there be diversity if we just stay in our little holes. Now people are learning more about the South b/c of you. So I say darn right you left!! and the south is better for it. Home will always be home. that's why we keep going back and always will. But expanding our view and sharing our experiences is essential. So thank you!!
  • almost four weeks ago
    Shari Edmisten
    I totally understand how you feel about people from your hometown getting in your shit about leaving. In My hometown everyone acts like you’re “getting above your raising” when you move to the next biggest town. It must be a small town thing. I’m originally from Lenoir, NC, but reside in Hickory, NC. It’s ridiculous. I’m just a damn hillbilly either place.