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Do you consider Northern Virginia part of the South?
Roberto E. Lee
Date: March 11, 2016 02:43PM
Although the whole of Virginia is below the Mason-Dixon line, Northern Virginia seems to be culturally different from the rest of the state. I attribute this to all the interlopers from other parts of the country moving to our area to work for the government. They bring with them their customs and beliefs from their places of origins and I feel this seriously dilutes NoVa's southern heritage. Despite this, do you still consider yourself a Southerner, and do can Northern Virginia still be considered culturally part of the South? Or is it becoming more like Silicon Valley on the East Coast?
Re: Do you consider Northern Virginia part of the South?
Mahdi Key aches muck mud
Date: March 16, 2016 09:09PM
back in the 1980's Annandale VA was the kind of place where it was normal for rednecks to scream at a black man and call him the N word...now its full of interlopers from other countries many of them are on sum slavemaster shit or just lack knowledge of self severely so basically they are no different from a white person...but eye would much rather deal with these Korean, Saudi, Indian, Pakistani, Somali, south american etc crackers than amerikkkan crackers...american crackers are the worst of the worst