gymlocker saidJust my impressions
North Carolina- hotter than hell in the daytime from may to November and it rained every night-not just rain-but monsoon downpours/you are either a Yankee or a hillbilly
South Carolina- Unless you're a Nascar guy be prepared to lower your IQ by 30 points to fit in
Georgia-Outside of Atlanta the place is overrun with crackers- Atlanta is dirty/ unsafe/ and has the worst traffic in the US
Florida-Worst drivers in the US- no zoning laws so you get a mansion right next to some house with a refrigerator on the front porch- Nice to visit but 2 weeks is enough to see everything
Louisiana/mississippi/Alabama/Arkansas- They could never film CSI in any of these states because 1)everyone's DNA is the same and 2)there are no dental records
Tennessee/Kentucky/West Virginia- They should have left this as one state/ everyone looks like mitch mcconnell-even the women/or they're coughing up lungs from working in the coal mines/ if they ever worked
Are there shoe stores? dentists?
Texas-People are actually proud to be from here although I can't see why/ the place is basically a dry desert with no natural trees/ hotter than hell and they keep hammering up the same tired mcmansions over and over again with no real zoning laws either
Not saying these places don't have some nice areas to visit-but if you want to live there be forewarned that the natives are still fighting the Civil War/ People will be all smarmy nice to your face and call you "hon" but they are not genuine and are very clanish/ so seek out the outsiders like yourself
Bubba lives but he's not that smart
No zoning laws, that sounds exactly like Texas, especially Houston and its surrounding suburbs. I didn't know that Florida had no zoning laws, I thought that was only a Texas thang.
In regards to West Virginia, be very careful about considering it a southern state. Most West Virginians that I have encountered get very angry when you call them southerners, most of them consider West Virginia part of the northeast or the Mid Atlantic area. However I at one time questioned some of these enlightened West Virginians about their state becoming more southern politically over the years because of their voting for religious, right wing candidates which is a very southern thing. How can they consider themselves northeasterners when they don't even vote like most northeasterners
Whats the difference if West Virginia is considered either a northeastern state or a southern state
The response to my questions from West Virginians, silence. Go figure.