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Recovery Leaves One Red State With the Blues

Gray Ghost (Mississippi) Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 9:44 AM
Nothing wrong with what you said Jimmy. I'm from Mississippi. And I (and most of my fellow Mississippians, black and white) don't gime a d_mn what anyone else thinks. We have a similar problem with politicians in Mississippi. But we are slowly getting rid of the Rinos and Dumbocraps.
jimmylynn Wrote: Mar 08, 2013 9:27 PM
Noth'in wrong with Mississippians either. I think southern drawls are more friendly anyway. I think it has more to do with being puffed up with themselves than the way we talk. They need someone to look down their noses at.
Being a native of Atlanta, I always resented media depictions and popular culture images of Georgia as a state where everyone wore overalls, had three teeth in their head, and liberally used terms like "ain't" and "gonna" in their daily vocabulary. The problem is when reality programs like "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" depict exactly that, well, it starts to become a losing battle.

In the past, I would have written how metropolitan Atlanta has a population of nearly 6 million, many of whom are from somewhere other than Georgia. I would have noted that race relations in the state are...