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Discussion in 'The Observation Bar' started by Mycroft, Oct 11, 2005.
Who is here form the Southeast of the Grand U.S. of A and name the state?
I am neither a native nor a current resident of Florida, but I will be a GATOR until the day I die.
SC, near Myrtle Beach.
I am from the Great and Soverign State of North Carolina.
Panama City/Tyndall Air Force Base :cheers1:
Carroll County GA
American by birth, southern by the grace of god!
Kennedy Space Center, Florida
I'm from the South not the southeast.
NC. I'm southwest of Pittsboro, that's south of Chapel Hill, that's near Raleigh. I wasn't sure how many people knew where Chapel Hill is, there is nothing good in Chapel Hill.
Foothills of South Carolina
I'm from NC
Well, that must mean you are a State or Duke fan. [bad] You should know that there is only one real basketball team in the state - CAROLINA :cheers1:
I'm from Morganton, NC (in the western part of the state, and home to Senator Sam Ervin of Watergate fame).
Maryland is technically south of the Mason-Dixon Line, but we try not to acknowledge that.
Unless of course you happen to be from the Eastern Shore of The Old Line State...
then you will happily embrace your southern heritage.
Not Quite, BB.
I was sure I already posted in this thread.
I'm from North Carolina, born near Charlotte and now I live on the coast.
(and am probably going to Carolina) :cheers1:
And no: I don't accept my Southern "heritage"
I lived there for thirteen years. I would know, Carp.
Just speaking for me and mine.
Raleigh, NC (Raleigh-Durham, NC native)
Estill Springs, Tennessee, 45 miles north of the Alabama state line.
We now have 2 traffic lights in my town. I HATE progress.
High regards! Michaelson