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    Korean guy with a southern accent

    He grew up in Knoxville:


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    I have seen his act before. Pretty hilarious. Especially the part about his brother-in-law who lives in Aye-rab, Alabama, and how the new Italian restaurant in town "ain't no Olive Garden". It's actually a running joke my wife and I have. We know a woman back in Tennessee who was commenting on this corporate franchise sushi place, and she compared it to Red Lobster as some sort of quality benchmark. So now whenever we eat seafood, I might make some snarky comment like "it ain't no Red Lobster but it's purdy good".

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    You know it was supposed to have been Arad, AL, just sayin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apophis99942 View Post
    You know it was supposed to have been Arad, AL, just sayin.
    Actually I had no idea, but I just read up on the origin of the name in Wikipedia. They even mention Henry Cho's wife being from there, LOL.

    I haven't spent much time in Alabama, and when I did, I was in the Florence / Muscle Shoals area. I had family north of the state line in Lawrence County, TN.

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