Tag Archives: Texas

King of the Hill


Why am I enjoying King of the Hill so much? I’ve watching many episodes, mostly in syndication, over the years but lately I’ve been watching them on Netflix and it’s horribly engrossing. I’ve only been to Texas two times and although I didn’t stay around long enough to absorb all of this giant state’s color I feel I got a good feel for what the Lone Star State is like – it’s big, sometimes dirty, and people love Texas. Even though the “Don’t Mess with Texas” slogan was created for an anti-littering campaign it’s become the mantra of Texans; it also aptly describes the state’s population and the characters on King of the Hill.
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An old Texas Chainsaw Massacre II ad

Here’s another lazy post because I’m entering the final stretch with my thesis. I found this earlier and thought it was awesome. I miss the days when these kinds of advertisements appeared in the back of magazines. Now only if I can find the shirt they’re selling. I already have one Texas Chainsaw Massacre II shirt from 25 years ago but I’d love to have another.