Yes, you are right.
Cynthia, If you come across the forum, please PM me.
It did not. I will PM you with what I can remember.DoubleDogFarm wrote:If you come across this forum, please post. Did it by any chance have the Bullock brothers involved?But the forum I found absolutely required *a* ("the"?) two-week course before practitioners could refer to what they were doing as "permaculture," with or without capital P, with or without trademark sign. It was very off-putting, and nothing like what I had expected to find
And how very Southern of you to Bless their little (pointed?) hearts. Why, such people do indeed need to be blessed, don't they? Yes, my born-in-Texas mother could have done with teaching us this Southern lesson, but I was left to learn it from my aunt on my father's side, who I saw once every few years....an excellent lesson.tedln wrote:People have a right to be exclusive and elitist. ... While I totally disagreed with the guy, he had the right to preach his dirt philosophy ... I'm gone and I suppose he is still there. Bless them.
But if I say that out here in California, a born-and-raised Californian won't have any idea that I've just slashed and burned the (example) woman who can't drive or the (example) man who can't abide others' opinions. They'll be confused: "Well, do you like her/him or not?"tedln wrote: Cynthia, your right. I've never thought of it as a "southern thing". ... I think it is a way of simply dismissing a perceived weakness in others. Most people don't understand that about southerners. They also don't understand that like me, many southerners have licenses to carry concealed weapons. Good will can only be extended so far. Bless their souls!