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I've been accused of bein' a lot of things

inarticulate ain't one of 'em

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Created on 2013-03-19 14:55:05 (#1987995), last updated 2015-12-18 (74 weeks ago)

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Name:вoyd crowder
Birthdate:Nov 10, 1970
Location:Harlan, Kentucky, United States of America
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Boyd: “What did folks used to say after the war? Carpetbaggers pouring into Appalachia like they were some Old Testament scourge lookin’ to take what little bit we had left. They said that ‘Hell is empty and all the devils are here.’ ”
Raylan: “Your point bein’?”
Boyd: “This is our home, Raylan. Now if I start to turn on my own people, however contentious at times our relationship might be—well that’s a world that becomes so muddy that even I can’t fathom it.”


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I think coal mining, one skill that everybody has is to work together; even if I didn’t like you, underground I like you. And you’re my brother. No matter what kind of problems we had on the outside. Once we get inside we’re brothers. You just have to depend on each other.
—They Say in Harlan County: An Oral History.




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Now, I know people like you are used to taking from people like me. But there comes a point when people like me can't take any more taking.
Now, all the things you've done, the way you built your fortunes, it might make you criminals, but it don't make you outlaws.
I am the outlaw.
And this is my world.
And my world has a high cost of living.


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