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“He's doing this pan-handle Texan twang that is unidentifiable, Carnahan revealed.”
“The police there seem to have been instructed not to bother anyone who appears “harmless” as long as they do not assault someone, the weather is fairly good year round, and there are plenty of tourists to pan-handle from, which means that there are always new opportunities to get some money.”
“In the past, the liberals in south Florida could help balance out the conservatives in the pan-handle/Jacksonville.”
“Granted, Florida was the pan-handle and California was San Bernadino, not San Diego.”
“At this point, if anyone even TRIED to get me to go back out and pan-handle, I would take an AXE to them…when I could grip it again.”
“He's not for the women; s issues of evangelical right to life Christians in the pan-handle of Florida.”
“Then it made land fall again on the west coast of Florida, crisscrossed the state to the northeast end, and is now in the middle of passing over the Florida pan-handle.”
“Fay now slowly moving across Florida's pan-handle toward Alabama and Mississippi.”
“Get the bolshiest pan-handle as you viddy TWENTY ONE horrorshow levels full of crast, creeches and lubbilub, all to the zvooks of the old Ludwig van!”
“– I KNOW – Iâ€ ™ ll throw them out on the streets where they can pan-handle, defecate and urinate all over themselves”
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