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Tradition Must Die!
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It's a given that our nationalities have a hand in shaping our personalities. Someone born in the Bronx will have a very different skill set then someone raised in Boston. Even in fields like psychology, medicine, and physiology, the places we're born can mean the difference between life and death. And nowhere on Earth are we exempt from this rule. Every nation, every state has their own set of traditions, beliefs, and views that tend to overwrite the individual's.
So, my question is this. How did they get there? The down-south accents had to have their origins, but nobody knows where the first slur was cast. Perhaps it was a natural process born from hearing foreigners chat in their own exotic tongues. It could have been entirely accidental: An unlucky Mine worker was blasted by debris from an explosion, and the resulting jaw and throat injuries forced him to speak like a redneck. Or, just maybe, it was a "Crackpot's" way of standing out from the crowd. From the three, I'd say the thi