So, let me interpret this correctly, you are moving to Jackson, Wyoming to embrace the Wyoming ideology that we in the rest of the state somehow do not adhere to? I just want to make sure that I am not mis-respresenting what you haveposted.DINOCOSTA wrote:Lastly before I head to the studio...I'm far from thinking about my great state as anything resembling a movie.
However, if given the opportunity to do so, I'd remove each and every one of you who sullies this state's image through your 'modern' way of thinking about this great state...many of you are the reason why Wyoming is losing its identity as the rugged individualistic state that it is at its core. I'd get rid of the lot of you all -- you embarrass me and ever other Wyomingite who holds to these vital characteristics with your liberally persuasive ideas. Get out.
And if you described this Wyomingite as 'insecure' to anyone who knows me, they'd think that to be exceptionally funny.
Lastly, I am leaving Cheyenne within two years simply because of the fact that Cheyenne is becoming far too much like Denver or any other big city in terms of scope and ideology, in terms of what it represents, in terms of how people think and act.
No sir, once I'm firmly entrenched within the northwestern corner of the state...that'll be the Wyoming I know more -- and love.
PS: I am from the NW corner and I would think that as far as communities in the NW corner go that typically people from Wyoming would assume somewhere in the Bighorn Basin.