Any southern robots on tonight?
Wouldn't know about Arkansas, it's almost like when you go to different states it's like different nations. People act differently state to state down here. Hard to explain.
>northerners actually think we think the battle flag was our confederacy' flag
>we all know the confederacy had three flags
>trying this hard to derail a thread
Nice try, pic very related.
What is it considered then? I always assumed that Kentucky and under was basically the South. I guess there are varying degrees of "South" though. The Gulf Coast is 100% Southern whereas the further up you go the more it gets muddied up with the Midwest.
Really? Is there that much of a cultural difference between the Southern states? Is Oklahoma considered apart of this region?
What is the difference between NC and SC?
Is shit except for Charleston
That's all you need to know
What's your opinion on Myrtle Beach and the areas surrounding it? Is it a nice beach? Is it a huge tourist trap? Do tourists actually come there? Sorry for the autistic questions, I'm curious about the rest of America.
Thanks for the clarification, sort of. Does that mean Texas isn't a part of the South? It never really felt like it to me, but it seems like everyone considers it the mascot of the region.
That's admirable. I don't think each individual state has enough resources to stand by themselves, but that's kind of irrelevant. What state are you from, anon?
I grew up in an area that I think is very culturally different from the South, so anything that is weird is cool to me. I don't necessarily want to immerse myself in it, but I like learning about it.
>What's your opinion on Myrtle Beach and
Ehhhhh, it's not amazing. It's a tourist trap
>Mfw North Carolinians are so high off painkillers they think the outer banks are worth visiting
Where all the niggers are? It's not the whites down here that are the problem. Literally 30% of my state is filled with niggers. If the north hadn't made us let them run around doing whatever they want we wouldn't be in this mess. No, they don't care, because they don't have to deal with it. If I could make one law, it would be to make segregation legal again.
Unless whatever you're doing is seriously weird, you could most likely do it if your land were up north, too.
By objective measures, the overall quality of life in the southern states is terrible compared to places like Massachusetts, Washington State, Maine, etc.
>Living in Taxachusetts
Listen, I don't have a terrible quality of life because I actually work. It's not my fault people down here become so reliant on welfare and social programs that they don't work. You can't judge the quality of life in a region based on the shitty people there. It's on a person to person basis. Except for niggers.
And, I can shoot, hunt, and kill whatever I want, with whatever I want on my property. You can't own 4 acres in any of those states for a reasonable amount of money without being ridiculously taxed anyway.
I'm Asian and I've grown up in the South. Love it here. The South is one of the few places in America with a definitive history and culture. Anyone who says otherwise can suck my dick. There's still casual racism a plenty here but for the most part it's folksy racism, not hostile, and people are good to you as long as you're not bothering anyone.
>Le Taxachusetts meme
Taxes In Massachusetts are far more progressive than in most Southern states. In parts of Tennessee the sales tax (the most regressive tax that hurts those with the least income the most) approaches 10%, and they fucking tax groceries. Taxes don't get any more regressive than that.
In Massachusetts sales tax is very low and there's no tax on groceries. But people will still call it "Taxachusetts" because apparently taxes are only worth complaining about if they're taxes on people who can afford to pay them. Hah.
Of course, then you have states like New Hampshire, which have low taxes all around on pretty much everything. No sales tax AND no income tax AND low property taxes, and an incredibly high quality of life.
>You can't judge the quality of life in a region based on the shitty people there.
Yeah you can. The people around you influence your life unless you're holed up alone and don't interact with them.
>Except for niggers.
Another reason I hate the south. Bigotry and closed-mindnedness. You guys are stuck in the past.
What are you even doing here lol, you don't belong here, boy. Now I'd suggest you watch your mouth if you come down here or just don't come down here at all. Your kind doesn't really fit in down here. You might find yourself at the wrong end of a 12 gauge, boy.
By the way, the economy in Massachusetts is booming (as usual) because they realize that you can tax rich people and big business most of them will still continue to live here because this is one of the richest places on earth and they know that it's worth staying here.
Drive down to Atlanta, boy. Whenever I meet a northerner who comes down here and starts talking bad about my homeland, they always shut up nice and quick. Submissive little bitches, that's all you yanks are.
So you're a "capitalist" that wants to rely on a system set up by the federal government, and a federal government that want to tax the wealthy.
Funny definition of capitalism if you ask me.
>So you're a "capitalist" that wants to rely on a system set up by the federal government, and a federal government that want to tax the wealthy.
All I asked is why property tax is somehow communism but grocery tax isn't.
>Participating in the market economy by buying consumer goods like groceries from a store isn't communism. It's capitalism.
No, that's called TRADE and/or COMMERCE.
There's no strawman here, subhuman. Just your complete misunderstanding of what capitalism and communism are.
Florida fag here. I'm in Singapore right now though.
I have to go back home next week but I don't want to because my home life sucks and it's so chill here and there's cute Asian girls everywhere. ;__;