Posted by **kris** on Monday, September 11, 2006 at 6:40pm.

what is this suppose to mean?

“The only difference between one that stands up good and one that blows over is what kind of stick they’re stuck up there on”

Some are well supported from blowing over by sticks, and some are not.

That is all that it means.

THANKS!

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