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    Quote Originally Posted by PCP777 View Post
    But I still love living here.



    LOL, cracking up on the "spanish man" being highlighted, LOL
    Yeah, I live right by the lake..., I'm lucky. Gonna have to ride my bike out there this summer for sure.
    Don't like what I have to say? I respect that. Now go fuck yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosella View Post
    My friend and I flew down to New Orleans, stayed there for a few days. We had decided beforehand to drive back to NJ but not go up the east coast. So we went through Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia. We were in Hattiesburg, MS and stopped for food at I think a Hardees. As soon as we walked in, EVERYONE stopped talking and turned around to look at us. We hadn't even said a word yet! So we got our food, drove to another parking lot and ate in the car.
    This is the kind of honest talk I think we should have more of around here.


    ETA: PCP has a point. We don't have women up north.
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    I hate the whole "southern hospitality" bullshit.


    Wait, when a guest comes in you are polite and offer them something to drink?

    Fuck off.
    And affirmative action is a very nice term for racial discrimination against better-qualified white people in jobs, employment, promotions and scholarships, and college admittance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron_NYC View Post
    This is the kind of honest talk I think we should have more of around here.


    ETA: PCP has a point. We don't have women up north.
    Honestly there are some crazy hot girls in NYC, but one advantage of the south, or at least Texas, is that bikini season is a big driver for gals to get in shape for hanging out at the pool/lake all summer. Whenever everyone's all covered up with jackets and stuff, they can hide the extra pounds. Honestly that's not just for girls, I usually pick up extra pounds during the winter and right about now I'm working on shedding them so I don't look like a complete slob in my swimming suit.

    This is on my lake and every summer weekend it's on like this Saturday and Sunday.


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    Wait, can I post in here if I was born and raised in Louisiana, but moved to Ohio in adulthood?

    I still have my cajun accent, but folks back home say I talk like a Yankee now.

    I have tons of guns, though. And a bible. And a truck.

    But I don't dip chew and go mud riding. I don't say y'all anymore. Now I'm confused.

    What the hell am I?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PCP777 View Post
    Honestly there are some crazy hot girls in NYC, but one advantage of the south, or at least Texas, is that bikini season is a big driver for gals to get in shape for hanging out at the pool/lake all summer. Whenever everyone's all covered up with jackets and stuff, they can hide the extra pounds. Honestly that's not just for girls, I usually pick up extra pounds during the winter and right about now I'm working on shedding them so I don't look like a complete slob in my swimming suit.

    This is on my lake and every summer weekend it's on like this Saturday and Sunday.


    Where the hot chicks at though? All i see is a girl with a beer belly?
    And affirmative action is a very nice term for racial discrimination against better-qualified white people in jobs, employment, promotions and scholarships, and college admittance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chauncy View Post
    Where the hot chicks at though? All i see is a girl with a beer belly?
    LOL, I know. She's awesome.

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    Also the heat makes me know I'll never live in the south. When I went on my trip, I did it in February. I wasn't taking any chances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosella View Post
    Also the heat makes me know I'll never live in the south. When I went on my trip, I did it in February. I wasn't taking any chances.
    That's why we got AC. Today's high was 72, it was awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McMama View Post
    People in Alabama and Tennessee were nice...it was just the Mississippi thing that freaked me out. But the heat makes me say no to a warm weather visit for sure. I'm like Ron with the heat hate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PCP777 View Post
    That's why we got AC. Today's high was 72, it was awesome.
    I just couldn't live there longterm. I mean I'd have to go outside at some point

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosella View Post
    People in Alabama and Tennessee were nice...it was just the Mississippi thing that freaked me out. But the heat makes me say no to a warm weather visit for sure. I'm like Ron with the heat hate.
    Oh, no, I get it. I hate living here .

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosella View Post
    Also the heat makes me know I'll never live in the south. When I went on my trip, I did it in February. I wasn't taking any chances.
    Dude, I was in south Florida in November. Fucking Thanksgiving, and I thought I was gonna die in that heat! Yea, it gets ugly out there.
    Quote Originally Posted by bowieluva View Post
    Ron was the best part, hands down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosella View Post
    People in Alabama and Tennessee were nice...it was just the Mississippi thing that freaked me out. But the heat makes me say no to a warm weather visit for sure. I'm like Ron with the heat hate.
    What part of Mississippi were you in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlassHat View Post
    What part of Mississippi were you in?
    We stopped in Hattiesburg. It wasn't some rural area so that's why we were surprised at the reaction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosella View Post
    We stopped in Hattiesburg. It wasn't some rural area so that's why we were surprised at the reaction.
    Ah, yeah that's why. That's the southern end of Mississippi. The delta. They're still pretty much living in the days of the KKK. There are still hot boxes standing in open fields there, which is a pretty scary thing to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlassHat View Post
    Ah, yeah that's why. That's the southern end of Mississippi. The delta. They're still pretty much living in the days of the KKK. There are still hot boxes standing in open fields there, which is a pretty scary thing to see.
    Oh crap. What's a hot box?
    Quote Originally Posted by bowieluva View Post
    Ron was the best part, hands down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlassHat View Post
    Ah, yeah that's why. That's the southern end of Mississippi. The delta. They're still pretty much living in the days of the KKK. There are still hot boxes standing in open fields there, which is a pretty scary thing to see.
    I just figured, hey it's a city so it shouldn't be so bad! Well, I didn't even think about that until after the incident.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron_NYC View Post
    Oh crap. What's a hot box?
    In the days of slaves they had 'jails' for black criminals and disobedient slaves. They were square room like structures put in the middle of fields with bars, like a jail cell except it had no roof so that the slaves would be punished by the 110 degree sun bearing down on them.

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    double.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlassHat View Post
    In the days of slaves they had 'jails' for black criminals and disobedient slaves. They were square room like structures put in the middle of fields with bars, like a jail cell except it had no roof so that the slaves would be punished by the 110 degree sun bearing down on them.
    Oh, well that's a part of history. Like the Confederate flag. There's nothing terrible about having those up at all.
    Quote Originally Posted by bowieluva View Post
    Ron was the best part, hands down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron_NYC View Post
    Oh, well that's a part of history. Like the Confederate flag. There's nothing terrible about having those up at all.
    Most of the land that these sit on now, what's left of them, is privately owned. So, the government can't just order these people to demolish them. It's an owner thing. And honestly, it's a badge of honor in that delta. What's amazing to me is that there's a pretty large population of black folks in the delta. So it's kind of like a fuck you to the whites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlassHat View Post
    Most of the land that these sit on now, what's left of them, is privately owned. So, the government can't just order these people to demolish them. It's an owner thing. And honestly, it's a badge of honor in that delta. What's amazing to me is that there's a pretty large population of black folks in the delta. So it's kind of like a fuck you to the whites.
    Huh?
    Quote Originally Posted by bowieluva View Post
    Ron was the best part, hands down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron_NYC View Post
    Huh?
    There was a big write up a few years ago in one of the Jackson papers about blacks moving to Jackson and surrounding areas of the delta. The whites were pissed because that's 'their land' and blacks weren't welcome. They came anyway and continue to come. It was looked at as an 'in your face' move.

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