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Old 04-01-2017, 12:31 PM
 
Location: Central Texas
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Originally Posted by LordHelmit View Post
Ever been to Searcy? True, racism exists everywhere - never denied that. It is, however, much more prevalent in Searcy than anywhere else I've ever lived. Well, except Cabot.
I have been to Searcy many times.
My daughter lived there for years.
She is of a minority race.
I will say categorically, that this is not true.


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Well, in that case, Searcy is indeed all of that. Clean, safe, good ol' little southern American town. If you don't need many amenities, Searcy will do you fine. I don't know anything about Harding Academy but I can assume its academics are at least slightly above average.
Searcy has amenities geared towards family living,
not towards running wild like you have no responsibilities.

I will be happy to discuss more specifics, if asked.
(About Searcy, not about my daughter, just to be clear
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