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When I'm driving down a two lane highway and there are these two absolutely infuriating exceptional individuals driving side by side going under the speed limit. There's a lot of things, even on the road, that I don't let get to me. But when these two inconsiderate addlepates come together to perform their idiot dance of pulling a few inches ahead of each other without passing for like 10 miles, it really gets my blood boiling.

 

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On 3/3/2019 at 9:11 PM, ~Dusky~ said:

Honestly, Southerners are generally two-faced pieces of $#!+. Most of the ones I know have another side to them that at the very least isn't nearly as nice as they make themselves out to be. They can be downright hateful to people... :dry:

 

Here's another one: Anti-SJWs. The biggest hypocrites the world has ever seen. Beyond easily offended, but complain when anyone else gets offended. Principles anyone? :unamused: I may not like SJWs but sheesh. These people are 10 times worse.

I personally don't really like how Southerners are stereotyped, and this idea that it's absolutely racist, backwards, and intolerant is something the North likes to perpetrate. I'm saying this as a Californian. I'm just going to point out that hate groups and general intolerance exists everywhere, not just the US, and in many different forms, so pretending it only exists in the South lets a lot of Northerners off the hook about their own prejudices. So moving up North means that you won't escape from those kind of people anyways. Also ironically enough, the South is quite racially integrated while the North has far less African Americans in general and tend to show signs of neighborhood segregation and white suburban flight. 

I can agree with the second part though. MGTOWs and incels are far worse than any Tumblr backseat feminist I've seen and in some cases far more dangerous – one was responsible for a mass shooting near my university, if that says anything. Outside of political stuff, personally the one thing that really gets my nerves on my daily life is bad Wi-Fi connections. Always sends me into a rage. 

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2 hours ago, Anneal said:

I personally don't really like how Southerners are stereotyped, and this idea that it's absolutely racist, backwards, and intolerant is something the North likes to perpetrate. I'm saying this as a Californian. I'm just going to point out that hate groups and general intolerance exists everywhere, not just the US, and in many different forms, so pretending it only exists in the South lets a lot of Northerners off the hook about their own prejudices. So moving up North means that you won't escape from those kind of people anyways. Also ironically enough, the South is quite racially integrated while the North has far less African Americans in general and tend to show signs of neighborhood segregation and white suburban flight. 

When did I say that had anything to do with race? Honestly it's a general thing. Living in the South, though, I have to say the stereotypes don't exist for no reason. There's quite a bit of bigotry down here, and I know it from personal experience. And I'm mostly not talking about racism here.

 

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57 minutes ago, ~Dusky~ said:

When did I say that had anything to do with race? Honestly it's a general thing. Living in the South, though, I have to say the stereotypes don't exist for no reason. There's quite a bit of bigotry down here, and I know it from personal experience. And I'm mostly not talking about racism here.

I'm just pointing out the North has plenty of bigotry as well and it's not localized in the South. Hell, there could be more in the North – bigotry is not always apparent and can be hidden behind doors. I'm not trying to downplay bigotry in the South, I'm just pointing out that it happens everywhere. 

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The way America write dates as month/day/year, especially 2 digits for the year. ISO standard is day/month/4 digit year.

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