posted on Jul, 4 2009 @ 02:38 PM
while off the real topic, i represent that 'bubba effect'...
sad to say, i'd rather be surrounded by a hord of bubba's than a bunch of city folk that would not be able to make it.
I drive a truck, chew, hunt, process my own game.
Its the bubba's that would get everyone else through, sure some may look down at the idea of being referd to as 'bubba' but if you have ever spent
time with a country/mountian person you would know that while they are not in general the most educated in world events and latest topics etc. (the
true ones, sorry i have to keep up to date on things.. ) They have knowledge that can not only save you, but that they can teach you.
I know a few that would not know the first thing of how to turn a computer on, but if you are hungry, or need a good spot to camp without people, they
can tell you where to go and when to be there and which direction to be looking.
I think many people over look them, one i know during hunting season can look at a trail, tell you how many people were driving down it, what they
were driving and who it was, all from the tire tracks. They can look at animal tracks, tell you what direction it went, what it was, male/female, and
how long ago it passed and where it should be by now.
There is a lot to learn from every walk of life. It may suprise you to spend a bit of time with someone you think is diffrent.