"Down kickin it at Cow Harbor Day, a pathetic annual spectacle where a bunch of pretencious rich people gather around and marvel at their own magnificence for being Northportians and living in a town where owning a gas guzzler SUV in the middle of suburbia and other totally random acts of insanity are totally acceptable and normal behavior."
I think he's correct on the back end of that statement. That is, I've never been one for driving a gas guzzler SUV in the middle of suburbia. I don't know exactly what other "totally random acts of insanity" he's referring to - I'll have to ask him about that.
But as for Cow Harbor Day being nothing more than a chance for Northporters to loudly and publicly congratulate themselves - well, I'm just not buying it. I've always seen the day more as a celebration of hometown pride and community spirit, something that Northport certainly doesn't lack. That, and a way for the Chamber of Commerce to get people spending their money at locally-owned businesses.