i drove from virginia to kentucky this week, passing through west virginia on the way. i happened to notice as i was driving that all of the little houses that were perched on the mountainsides had multiple sheds in their "yards". some of the sheds were connected to other sheds, but all were larger than the houses they were guarding. the thought occurred to me that this was where a man's love of sheds gets out of control....then i wondered exactly what can be stored in all those sheds? do people actually live in them? or do they really have that much stuff to store? i then noticed that most of these houses also had multiple satellite dishes, not the little ones, but the big monster dishes. do you think there is a connection, or do they all have bp?
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