> In a message dated 4/22/2000 11:11:35 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> email@example.com writes:
> > "1. Used as a disparaging term for a member of the white rural laboring
> > > class, especially in the southern United States. 2. One who is regarded
> > as
> > > having a provincial, conservative, often bigoted sociopolitical
> > >
> > > I think your definition is *way* on the broad side.
> > Broad interpretation of No. 1, while the second shows that Nadia's
> > definition was also overly broad, rather than 'often bigoted', she says
> > 'blatant racism and violent behavior against gays and hip
> Youi missed the point, mike,
> the key word is not "often", it's REGARDED AS.. if you really aren't a
> bigot, then you shouldn't be giving everyone that impression - yu hva eno
> right calling yourself a redneck!!!
> If the shoe fits, and you're a redneck, then wear it proud... otherwise quit
> being wishy washy
What I might be, and what someone might regard me to be, are not
neccessarily the same thing. I never have and never will give much of a
crap what other people think of me.
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