Tennessee Is A Cesspit Of Festering Scum

Firstly I'd like to make it abundantly clear that I do not nor will I ever gauge anyone's self-worth by material gain and furthermore despise such behaviors in others. This is one of the primary societal issues plaguing our nation. What's worse is that in a state like Tennessee you're material gain is valued higher than your principals leaving those who won't compromise the integrity of their firmly held beliefs in a rather bad spot financially unless of course you happen to believe in a God of some sort. In this state if you happen to be one of a majority of religious hypocrites littering the grid then all you need to do is mention your affiliation with that aforementioned religion and suddenly your chances in the job market jump at least twenty percent(That's a very rough guestimate but I'm sure you get my point). While on the other hand if it comes to light by some means that you aren't religious then suddenly you find yourself all but black listed. In this state of volunteers we do everything but. The truth is that behind all the smiles and helping hands are grotesque morally deficient effigies to the desert god Yahwe. Religion is a curse upon mankind, the best kind of twisted joke. I'd rather go back to being homeless then let those self-righteous parasites rule my existence. If I have to that's exactly what I'll do. When the time comes I hope whatever organization that has taken this countries reigns would allow me the pleasure of watching the city of Murfreesboro burn to the ground. What a satisfying day that would be. And as I push them into the incinerating flames I'll continually remind them as they've constantly done for me "I'm here to help you."
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YinYangSurfer
Well I'm from Tennessee and it's not so bad. Though there are some people like that, not everyone is. I'm not a country hick and I'm from Nashville. I'm not religious and I'm accepted everywhere I go. I'm not rich but that doesn't stop me from going to college and furthering my education. I don't know where you were but I'm sorry you think poorly on my home state. It really isn't too bad, I swear.
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teacup22
I honestly have no idea. Some s****y looking area outside of Nashville. I had my first Chik-Fil-A shake there too.
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tanyalasagna
Where in Tennessee was that? I've never once had trouble getting liquor and I look like sixteen :P
IT DEPRESSED ME.
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tanyalasagna
Eh.
I drove through Tennessee once.
They don't like Massachusetts plates.
They also didn't accept my license to buy beer and called me a Yankee.
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