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Learned Knifley scholar uses his extreme erudition in put down

Dang nigh slurs an entire Superior Kentucky Shire, which some sometimes do when prong to show off book-learning. Let us know if a CM apology is in order to great people of Casey County, KY, who, as proof of scholarship, know how to pronunciate 'Yosemite' when the National Park Service doesn't. That's the real issue

COF writes:
Nevah did come acrost ennybody from Casey county thet could spell proper. Jest look at Walltown and 'specially Dunnville fer instance. COF at Dun Roman High o'er Beautiful Downtown Knifley Where economy is prized and superfluous is frowned upon. --COF
Comments re photo 71388 Signage Knifley not Knifely but extry l in Rolley

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