posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 05:30 PM
a reply to: bigfatfurrytexan
BigFatFurry you've gone and made good sense again! I think the country/urban culture clash as "racism" would be a good topic for its own thread.
The past couple of years I have had to attend a ton of meetings and work with a ton of executives. They seem to be very similar - ladder climbers who
talk all the time. I am starting to think of them the same as the jokes that say "How do you know when a _____ is lying? His mouth is open." This
seems to be the urban ideal - I have plenty of coworkers who aspire to be executives. I am far from being "country" - I was an Air Force brat and
grew up on and near bases. But I, too, see a huge difference between different local cultures, in my area, that are not due to race as we typically
think about it. So there is another example of such.
Not sure if it is something you are "born into" or something you identify with. There are those who identify LGBT and no matter their race, religion,
or background. There are those who identify themselves primarily through their religion. Those who identify as intellectual, or gun owners, or by
their political leanings.
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