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Old 05-23-2007, 02:53 PM
 
Location: In the stix
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It seems different parts of NC may be different in respect to welcoming outsiders. I grew up in rural NE NC but we did not bash nor feel the need to tell anyone who didnt attend church they were going to hell or anything - and I grew up in a very conservative christian environment. The area is very conservative and a lot of folks do attend church (as did I with my family). Although I didn't grow up with a lot of outsiders I don't think the area was closed off or such to them. The overtly zealous radicalism (as I call I) type of attitude to convert someone is something new to me.

 
Old 05-23-2007, 03:54 PM
 
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Okay, so for whoever gave me negative rep for this please show yourself and explain WHY this is off topic?? Sounds to me like you just don't agree with me, and we all know that is not cause for giving negative rep.

THIS POST IS VERY ON TOPIC. I am trying to help NJRover see the bigger picture about why some people in NC may be less welcoming than he thinks they should be.
Well I just got got back from an airshow down in Annapolis, and saw all the buzz on here. Funny you got a neg rep, I would probably do the same. My BUT statement was I do not want to be called a transplant the rest of my life. so how is that me trying to change NC?
 
Old 05-23-2007, 03:55 PM
 
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It was Njrover. I'm sure of it. No worries though. I gave you positive feedback.
I just got back online, no it wasn't me. You can see that I haven't posted til now. I have been in Annapolis all afternoon, I do have a life other then this forum...LOL. How can people sit here and talk on this forum and be rude and not be a member? I am sort of confused about that? And how can someone give them positive feedback if you yourself can not get the feedback?
 
Old 05-23-2007, 04:01 PM
 
Location: Greensboro, NC
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It seems different parts of NC may be different in respect to welcoming outsiders.

I agree with this. I know a lot of Yankees (my best friend is one) and haven't heard them say anything about not feeling welcome. *shrug* I treat everyone equally. If you're nice to me, I'll be your friend. I couldn't care less where you're from or what race you are. As long as you're a decent, kind, respectful human being, that's all that matters to me when it comes to who I'm friends with.
 
Old 05-23-2007, 04:07 PM
 
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The question of whether "outsiders" are welcomed in North Carolina has been asked, discussed, debated, asked again, answered and clarified in over 100 replies.

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