rural men

  • Intercoastal

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    Apr 03, 2011 3:54 PM GMT
    where do yall live what do you do are there other guys who live in the middle of nowhere
  • jkwbb004

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    Apr 03, 2011 4:06 PM GMT
    Well, I dont live in the middle of nowhere, I live in a suburb of Charlotte, but its small and very country. I tend to just commute to Charlotte for things instead of staying in my small ass town. I do like the outdoorsy feeling of my small town.
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    Apr 03, 2011 4:08 PM GMT
    I wound up in a decently-sized college town south of Minneapolis. It's not rural per se, but it's by far the biggest city for miles, so there's some rural life in there. There really isn't a whole lot to do around these parts, so what's popular among my friends is to go skiing (the town's built on a large hill) attend sporting events, play CoD, watch movies, and party. Country kids really know how to party.
  • barriehomeboy

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    Apr 03, 2011 4:17 PM GMT
    I lived in the place you're asking about. We live in fear for your life for being discovered and jack off to lots of gay porn ordered in on the internet. Move to Canada where being gay and married is legal. And yes, str8 people love their gay married neighbors up here.
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    Apr 03, 2011 4:28 PM GMT
    Yes, we are rural, in the middle of nothing. We are in the rolling hills of northeast Kansas. I'm an hour from any Starbucks. The nearest Walmart is not a superstore... a very small Walmart. lol

    We are very self-sufficient. We live 100% off-grid, producing our electricity with solar. We raise almost all of our own food. We butcher our own venison, beef, pork, poultry. We have the chickens for eggs and meat, the goats for dairy such as milk, butter, cheese, etc. We raise a 1/2 acre garden, canning the produce, one acre of wheat for flour, etc. We have 6 ponds. Four of them are small, but the largest two are 3 acres and 5 acres. They are both stocked and we fish them.

    Our primary revenue stream is cattle.... more specifically, a small cow/calf operation.

    He came from a farming family, mostly dairy and I came from a ranching family in West Texas. So, I guess you could say it's in our blood or in our genes.

    P.S. We've never had a problem from straight people. As long as we act decent, they "live and let live". I think most rural people are too busy and working too hard to worry about their same-sex neighbors,... unless of course I was to make a pass at the farmer or his son. lol.

    When we bought the last acreage in December, the first thing one of the neighbors told us was that their was a pair of lesbians on the other side of him. He was laughing that he's getting surrounded by us. lol
  • Intercoastal

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    Apr 04, 2011 11:33 AM GMT
    [quote][cite]PaulNKS said[/cite]Yes, we are rural, in the middle of nothing. We are in the rolling hills of northeast Kansas. I'm an hour from any Starbucks. The nearest Walmart is not a superstore... a very small Walmart. lol

    lol nice man sounds like us we are 100% off the grid as well and raise all of our own food for the most part as for neighbors lmao last time i saw a person she was back packing past my wood pile gave her some water and she disappered into the mountains
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    Apr 04, 2011 11:40 AM GMT
    Quote from a friend last night,

    "In Bloomington the hippies are useless, the yuppies are intolerable, and the gays are too young or married. Stick with the trannies; they're fun."



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    Apr 04, 2011 8:48 PM GMT
    Tree, you bastard, you left me here to fend for myself.

    Sweet homo Alabama...
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    Apr 04, 2011 9:00 PM GMT
    I grew up in the sticks with all it's inherent small mindedness. Spent a good bit of my adult years in suburbia with all it's inherent conformist, spirit-killing atmosphere. I now live in the French Quarter of New Orleans with it's inherent live-and-let-live, gay friendly, bohemian, let the good times roll style. It suits me just fine. I won't go back.
  • BardBear

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    Apr 04, 2011 9:02 PM GMT
    Out here in the stix, to be sure, but OUT as best as I can be!

    Peace,
    Bardy
  • MidwesternKid

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    Apr 04, 2011 9:09 PM GMT
    i live in a huge farming area and i work at my local bed bath and beyond.
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    Apr 04, 2011 9:32 PM GMT
    Although I grew up in Princeton NJ and the Jersey Shore, I've lived in rural SE Iowa since I was 21. I live on 190 acres, about 5 miles from town, and I love the peace and quiet out here. The town of Fairfield is a bit out of the ordinary because the Transcendental Meditation movement bought the old Parson's College campus and started a university. That brought a lot of people here from around the country and around the world, which has made this town of 10,000 people spiritually eclectic and remarkably cosmopolitan.
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    Apr 04, 2011 9:51 PM GMT
    I now live in Marietta, OH that has about 15k people in it. I lived in the country when i grew up and miss it. I liked having the closet neighbor about 2 miles away.

    I actually just drove by where I lived when I was younger today after work and it was become so populated and new housing developments put up. It's a shame. I loved the wide open country.
  • BIG_N_TALL

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    Apr 04, 2011 10:04 PM GMT
    rural SC - no other "gay" men out here, or so they claim.
  • HndsmKansan

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    Apr 04, 2011 10:06 PM GMT
    The guys in rural Kansas are an interesting lot in some cases... most times they are very concerned about being "found out" and some are as horned up as hound dogs... LOL.