I Live In the Us

But I'm Ghanaian and very proud of it. Even though I've lived here for 8 years I still think it takes a certain type of person to live in this country. It's just not for me I guess. My home is elsewhere I guess.

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2 Responses Mar 31, 2009

I lived on the east coast for 18 years. Then I moved to the midwest. Its way slow here. People are nicer. They are good samaritans if you will. Its boring cuz all there is to do is go to church, sports, movies, resteraunts. <br />
But you are so right about the south. States that are friendly are Arkansas, N.C. S.Carolina,Georgia. Tenn.<br />
I do not think that Texas is all that friendly. Colorado was nice too. You have to go out there and just check it out. Every state is different. To me anyways.

I am American and I love people of all countries, races, religions, sexes, nationalities. And although I have lived in America all my life, I think that not all of America is the same. It depends on which state you live in. I was born in the South. I grew up on the West Coast and it is very different than the South, where I live now. They call this the bible belt, however I haven't seen that in the people here. Most of them are rude, jealous, and definately not friendly. So I don't think its the country as much as where you are living in it.