Sun Apr 7, 2013, 09:44 AM
1monster (11,012 posts)
11 replies, 2080 views
We're not in Kansas any more, are we? (Original post)
Response to slackmaster (Reply #1)
Sun Apr 7, 2013, 10:12 AM
RC (25,592 posts)
2. I did better than that.
I left in 1959 and have not been back except for occasional visits too.
Of course being so old that I remember when dirt was clean probably helped with leaving sooner.
Response to RC (Reply #2)
Sun Apr 7, 2013, 12:00 PM
onyourleft (726 posts)
10. We left in...
...1990, returned for one year, remembered why we left to begin with and came back to New Hampshire. I lived most of my life there until my mid 40s and I'm now very late 60s. We won't return by choice.
Response to proud2BlibKansan (Reply #5)
Sun Apr 7, 2013, 11:36 AM
erronis (2,402 posts)
7. There was plenty of regressives in KS back in the 60's
I went to KU (Lawrence) a liberal pimple on the plains back in the 60's - early 70's. The politics of the state were plenty right-wing way back then - didn't need to be called TeeBuggers or anything. KU had its campus occupied by the National Guard and a couple (I believe) of students were gunned down.
However, whenever I met a plain-old Kansan they were almost invariably friendly and helpful. It was just, then and now, the politicians and religious zealots who thought they could make their $$s by being hateful.
Hang in there, Tena!