The city's name is a word that is dirty most individuals within the state today. Kansan here, I do not think most natives associate it with politics. It blends in only like any other city name and loses its ...
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- The town's name is a dirty word to most people in the state today.
- Kansan here, I don't think most natives associate it with politics. It blends in just like any other town name and loses its other meanings in that context.
- Like Lynchburg, Va. or Intercourse Pa.
- Detour, Md.
- Nah let's skip that on our next road trip...
- Why don't you have a soundcloud account and find a vader voice-changer then post every comment in text with a link to that?
- If only you'd have told me this when I made my account years ago... the force is strong with you I guess?
- I almost wrote a letter to George Lucas telling him where "Patron Vectras" belonged in the Star Wars universe... so yeah. That thing got deleted so hard.
- I grew up near Climax, MN.
- Did you downvote your own comment or is there someone else in a month old thread?
- There is a group of Gamergate idiots stalking my comment history.
- I'm a gamergater and that isn't cool. Creepy and uncool as hell.
- Please stop being one, there is tons of hsit over on /r/GamerGhazi about how reactionary and misogynistic it is.
- Is there conservative Missouri?
- It doesn't play as well considering the views of most of Missouri. It just doesn't have that ring to it.
- Conservative, Vermont.
- It depends on where you are. There are spots of blue in a very red state. For example, Lawrence, KS where the University of Kansas is is a very liberal area. Read more comments