Nebraska also has a major pig-farming and pork-producing agro-industry. So, despite the manner of his demise, Moondance was one exceedingly lucky pig.
- it was confusing, and not just to non-Americans, when in one episode Penny appeared to refer to herself as an "Okie". Strictly speaking, this is a term (not always of endearment) applied to people from the state of Oklahoma Oklahoma. It could be the scriptwriters got it wrong, and Kaley, being a native Californian, didn't pick up on the discrepancy with her character; however, a search on the word "Okie" as a diminutive of "Oklahoman" threw up this interesting snippet. When farms in the mid-west failed in the dustbowl years of the 1930's, and desperate families flooded west into California in search of a new life, native Californians got into a habit of calling every mid-Westerner an "Okie" regardless of state of origin. So maybe Penny got so tired of correcting people calling her an Okie that she just went with it?
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