emradguy Senior Member Joined: 31 Mar 2011 Posts: 3,417 Location: Houston Expertise: I live coffee
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Posted Fri Mar 8, 2013, 10:55am Subject: world regional - new section called United States South?
Just sayin', it would be nice to have a section dedicated to the South. Most people down here refer to it as such, rather than the south part of Central or East. In fact, there are threads about New Orleans in both Central and East. Where do they really belong? I'm pretty sure anyone living there would say it isn't either one, but it's the South. They're pretty proud. Many former rebel states probably ought to be included in the South, like Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, and Texas to name a few.
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