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Rural discrimination is real

There was a time when the rural aspect of society in our nation was cherished.
From the times of Currier and Ives illustrations up to the elements of many “Twilight Zone” episodes, we saw a repeated theme that valued the clarity and simplicity of small-town life.
That was then.
This is now.
And our culture, a much darker place than even Rod Serling could have imagined in his lifetime, has stopped romanticizing rural existence.
If you aren’t part of the megalopolis that is 21st Century America, you are nothing.
Sound paranoid?
It sure does to the part, the HUGE ...

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