Amen brother I’m bi, atheist, Yes He’s Working No I Don’t Know When He’ll Be Home Yes We Are Still Married No He’s Not Imaginary Shirt environmentalists, redneck but I take pride in it. I work a blue-collar job and help people whenever I can. I like to hunt and fish and have seen more nature then half of these eco-warriors. The fact that other Americans feel like that makes me some dangerous outsider is honestly hurtful. Some of the coolest guys I know my dad is from the south. That doesn’t mean I’m not going to criticize and try to get them to see my POV. I do declare, as I sit here on my cast plastic lawn chair sipping daintily from my Pabst Blue Ribbon.
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Gently cradling the most recent firearms Yes He’s Working No I Don’t Know When He’ll Be Home Yes We Are Still Married No He’s Not Imaginary Shirts purchase in my loving arms. People generalize everything but get upset when they’re generalized. I had someone tell me that all white people in Tennessee were racist rednecks. So I told her that all Asians were rice-loving communists. She didn’t take to it kindly. Generalizing groups of people are where stereotyping, and eventually, racism comes from. Right? I came across a post on this subreddit that stated that all Americans are ignorant fat people. I then stated in the post “Yeah, and all Germans are Nazis and all British people have big teeth and smoke a lot”.