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Lou's response to aspects of this thread

Posted by Lou Pilder on December 20, 2006, at 20:01:03

In reply to White Trash Christmas, posted by dessbee on December 20, 2006, at 14:34:59

If you would like to see my response to aspects of this thread, you could email me if you like. It is written here that diferent points of view are encouraged. I have a different point of view than what is depicted in the link offered.
I am proud to be part of a country that has a diverse peoples of different heritages and cultures. I spend a lot of time in Appalachia and honor the separateness and independence and endurance of a special culture that originated out of wanting to be self-sufficient and having their own faith. The hills and valleys of the Appalachian Mountains lends itself to self-supportivnesss from the rivers and lakes that at one time teemed with trout. And the hills once were populated with buffalo and deer. Yet today, the mountians are a far cry from what they were 250 years ago.The native Americans are few. The land has been torn by the coal mining companies. The forests have been plundered. The rivers are polluted. But the people are still there today that may be seen as different in their lives to some, but a tribute to man's will to be separate and self-sufficient to me.




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