WHY DON'T YOU TELL ME ABOUT THAT STEREOTYPE BRIEFLY.
The stereotype of the Southerner is, when you've been characterized yourself as a stereotype it's hard to, it's hard to know exactly what to say. How do you say, I'm not a stereotype? It's like being asked when did you stop beating your wife. You, you never started. I've been asked the question many times, why do you hate blacks. I don't hate blacks. Why should I? It's, it's that type of, it's, I don't know exactly how to describe it, but it is a strong, it's a very difficult thing to deal with. I have seen Southerners that I could recognize as stereotypes. Perhaps it's in the eye of the beholder, but I think it's been overdone tremendously. And it completely ignores the complexity and the variety that exists here as it does everywhere in this world.