Quote of the day from my friend Nikki’s AIM away msg.

“I always knew it, but could never prove it! Courtesy of the IU library: The best evidence suggests that “Hoosier” was a term of contempt and opprobrium common in the upland South and used to denote a rustic, a bumpkin, a countryman, a roughneck, a hick or an awkward, uncouth or unskilled fellow.

Haha! Yay! I KNEW IT. I’m done now…have a good night…;-)” – by Nikki

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