lets hear it for the gay southern boys!
Im a georgian stuck in north florida.
"Mythic Proportions, Saturday, April 30th, Sunday, May 1st...Save the Date!
SPARQ is inviting gay, lesbian, transgender, queer student groups, organizations, and community members from all over the city, from Lafayette, Baton Rouge, Monroe, Pensacola, Starksville and Hattiesburg to attend a Greek themed weekend full of fun competitions, games, dances, parties, or whatever else people propose!! We hope you'll join in on the fun and help SPARQ host this incredible community building event. If you have ideas for events, would be willing to put guests up at your place for a night, or would like to host something or include your organization, please call us at 945-4000 and speak with Tyson, Chris, or Mark. We need everyone's input to make this a success!"
We need to get out there and promote!
New banners will be up soon.
Quoted from Mississippi ELECTION BALLOT:
"CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 1
HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 56
This proposed constitutional amendment provides that marriage may take place and may be valid under the laws of this state only between a man and a woman. The amendment also provides that a marriage in another state or foreign jurisdiction between persons of the same gender may not be recognized in this state and is void and unenforceable under the laws of this state.
Please do make sure you vote in ALL sections of your ballot. Not only do the MS ballots include the Presidential election, but you are also voting for House of Representatives in some districts, possibly some officials in your county, and maybe in some other government or judicial areas pertaining to your county or state.
((sorry that this is off-topic but I hope you all don't mind too much. Election coming up is very important, and I think people should be aware of everything it involves.))
I don't know if anyone on here is a fan of country music or not. I'm not a huge follower, but I do like a song every now and then. I mostly follow whatever they play on CMT--ok, honestly, I just watch it for the cuties, but there are the songs too. Anywho, I've always been amazed at how sad country music videos can be. I think that I've seen the saddest there is to see and a few weeks later someone else will come out with one that makes me burst into tears just as the old one is starting to wear off. It's amazing to me and I have no idea how they can manage it. Has anyone noticed that? Any theory on how country music artists are so adept at pulling at people's heart strings? Today I saw "Whiskey Lullaby" by Brad Paisley and Alison Krauss--man, what a tear jerker.
Hi, I'm new to this community. That's a picture of me being goofy in my icon. I'm originally from Southwest VA, but I've since moved south to Raleigh, NC. Although probably not the typical image of a southern guy, I am a big fan of southern tradition and culture. I'm particularly fond of the colloquialisms and history so familiar to those of us who grew up in the South. And despite the fact that I somehow managed to miss out on it, nothing gets me going like a rich, southern accent. ;-)