Okay I am sure a lot of your saw this post this morning on Yahoo Missouri Fair clown draws criticism for Obama mask. Well, if this clown was looking for attention he certainly got some. This mask and act had absolutely no business at one of our big state fairs. Yes, this was disrespectful. I am somewhat of a public person too and have been for years. Once a wise mayor said this to me as I was trying to run a large public event, "If you are going to be in the public eye, there are people that are going to love you, people that are going to hate you and people in between". Think about it, that is a very very wise statement. Being President is hard hard work. I would not want the job. The President has the responsibility of making everyone happy. Hey, folks that is not going to happen. Nor is the world going to be a perfect place in the next five seconds either. So, if you "think" you could do a better job you should run for President.
Southern humorist Darrell Sroufe brings this delightful little tale about a tiny Smoky Mountain town called Klufford's Holler , a community so far in the backhills, backwoods and backward old time ways that hardly anyone knows or cares it's there at all. Well... hardly anyone until now. A fictional story set within actual historical events, Klufford's Holler tells a witty, creative and heart touching tale about the culture, traditions and religion of mountain people who's lives have always been the same for generations. Then all of a sudden, powerful forces from the outside world come to take the whole region over. Why? Because there's a whole lot more to things than may appear! Klufford's Holler is a story filled with southern culture humor, lovable mountain townsfolk, some evil villains, a heroic town preacher, a mysterious old hermit and a wealth of Messianic imagery. The story not only entertains, but also educates the reader about the intriguing history of the Smoky Mountains in the late 1930's and early 1940's. The very real part the region played in winning WWII is an amazing story all in itself! The town of Klufford's Holler is a place you'll never forget. This wonderful little tale will make you laugh, keep you in suspense and leave you in awe of the God of the universe who cares for even the most common folks. It's a story you'll want to read over and over again, so go ahead and get started. See ya'll in the mountains! Very inspiring! Klufford's Holler is a positively great eye opener! - Keith Evans, Five Time PBS Television Emmy Award Winner Klufford's Holler is a hoot! Very entertaining, thoughtful andinsightful. Here's to good literature! - Bill Glover, Founding Member Of Multiple Grammy Award Winning Recording Artists 'Petra' The book is available at Amazon Klufford's Holler
Fuster Buskins, the character creation of author and southern humorist Darrell Sroufe, comes from a little Smoky Mountain town called Klufford's Holler, which is located so far back in the mountains of Tennessee that hardly anyone knows it's there. Well... hardly anyone until now. In this delightfully captivating story, the origin of Klufford's Holler is told in a fictional tale set within actual events surrounding the first decade of the mountain community. Inspired by the unique heritage and lifestyles of Smoky Mountain inhabitants, Klufford's Holler brings a witty, engagingly creative and heart touching tale about the lives, traditions and religion of mountain people. Klufford's Holler is a story filled with southern culture humor, some lovable mountain townsfolk, evil villains, a sinister plot, a heroic preacher, a mysterious old hermit and a wealth of Messianic imagery. The story not only entertains but also educates the reader about the intriguing history of the Smoky Mountain region of the late 1930's through early 1940's and the very real part it played in preserving America's freedom. The town of Klufford's Holler is a place you'll never forget and the story of how it began is a wonderful little page turner. It will make you laugh, keep you in suspense and leave you in awe of the God of the universe who cares for even the most common folks. This is a story you'll want to read over and over again, so go ahead and get started. We'll see ya'll up in the mountains! Very inspiring! Klufford's Holler is a positively great eye