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Most people I know, including family members, all grew up in the city. I don't hate country folks...but i wouldn't say i like them...hell i never met one.
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yebinyubin3 wrote:

do you like country people? iv been on CR for a year and i dont know anyone who is country. (exept me) []
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Well I'm from Tennessee, Dickson to be exact, like you yet I do not consider myself an "country" person. I know a lot of country people though.



u still live in TN? i live there/here
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yebinyubin3 wrote:

do you like country people? iv been on CR for a year and i dont know anyone who is country. (exept me)
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oh my god, thats sooo cute!

count yourself lucky because i would kill for a pony like that.. hahaha.

i looooove horses but its not easy to find one in Singapore..
couldnt keep my eyes off the horses when i was in perth.
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I listen to their music...
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Katorulez93 wrote:


AkumaKitsune wrote:


yebinyubin3 wrote:

do you like country people? iv been on CR for a year and i dont know anyone who is country. (exept me) []
thats me little


Well I'm from Tennessee, Dickson to be exact, like you yet I do not consider myself an "country" person. I know a lot of country people though.



u still live in TN? i live there/here


Yeah I still live here, where are you from?
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27 / M / Netherlands
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I'm not country, but I love country music, am a big Cash fan.
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I had an uncle who was kind of from a different era. He lived out in the middle of nowhere in South Texas, in a house with no plumbing, with an electric pump in the yard connected to the aquifer. Everything about that place was tumbledown and worn out. The floor had gaping holes in it, the roof sagged, and everything smelled like goats (they were angora goats, which meant he could have sheared them, sold the wool and made a killing, but he didn't for some reason. It seemed like it should be done for the goats' sake, it being July in South Texas and everything.) My uncle and his wife were both about 80, and their clothes were patched and mended. Even his cane was worn out, with a place where the handle had worn through and was mended with duck tape. He said that he had quit eating pork because "the swine will kill you dead soon enough," and that the only meat he trusted anymore was the deer meat his grandson brought over every several weeks. He told me about his grandfather, who could point out a specific branch on a tree, get on a horse, ride past at full gallop and shoot only that branch off the tree with a Colt revolver. This was a valuable skill back when cattle rustlers still prowled the countryside. If you can shoot a specific branch off a pecan tree, you can shoot a cattle thief off his horse.
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24 / M / TN
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Posted 7/20/08

AkumaKitsune wrote:


Katorulez93 wrote:


AkumaKitsune wrote:


yebinyubin3 wrote:

do you like country people? iv been on CR for a year and i dont know anyone who is country. (exept me) []
thats me little


Well I'm from Tennessee, Dickson to be exact, like you yet I do not consider myself an "country" person. I know a lot of country people though.



u still live in TN? i live there/here


Yeah I still live here, where are you from?


i live near Memphis in Germantown
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I live in Texas. How could I not? lol
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Most of the country folk I met were very friendly people. I just can't stand their music.
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kuro_bara wrote:

Most of the country folk I met were very friendly people. I just can't stand their music.


I hate country music too. It shouldn't be called country music anyway. It's too corporate, there's no more soul in it. All of the artists sound exactly the same. I like the more traditional bluegrass. Even the modern bluegrass is an imitation. The people who made the original bluegrass lived in a different world from us, one which no longer exists. The primal stuff that went into the original bluegrass is different from what goes into today's music. Modern bluegrass musicians haven't lived in isolation, witnessed the terror of the dust bowl, the desolation of Depression-era America, the dread as fascism develops half-way across the world. I only ever listen to the old stuff, and maybe a few modern musicians who can play the old tunes so that they have the same feeling as the old ones.
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I'm not a country girl here, but I did live 3 years in Conyers, Georgia (a small town about an hour south of Atlanta). I liked it. We had a big, red brick house, a huge yard, a garden, and several acres of forest. It was a nice place to spend as a kid. I don't live in a country area anymore, but every couple of years I usually vacation in a log cabin in the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee.
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Country people are cool, I just dislike the music.
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