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Sunday, October 23, 2011



Unfortunately, the education system in Mississippi is abysmally poor.

For proof of that, just look at how folks popularly refer to the University of Mississippi as "Ole Miss".

Even their official web site is - - - ,

Why would an accredited UNIVERSITY deliberately misspell their own nickname?

Instead of "Ole Miss", it should properly be spelled, "Ol' Miss", shouldn't it?

Or, maybe they're commemorating a former Danish student who kicked a football that missed the goalposts?

Then again, could the misspelled name be reflecting Spanish encouragement for feminine chastity?

But, as I've previously pointed out, the map of Mississippi clearly indicates that the portion of the state which is immediately south of Gulfport and Biloxi is officially designated, "MISSISSIPPI SOUND".

So, if that part of the state is Mississippi Sound, that must mean that the rest of the state is - - - "unsound"?

By the way, it's almost Halloween.

What would happen if someone wore a Ku Klux Klan robe and hood as a Halloween costume?

I reckon the negroes would object because they would accuse someone of trying to intimidate them, and the Ku Klux Klan would object because they would consider it a mocking insult.

Actually, since any contemporary Ku Klux Klan organization, if it even exists, is mostly composed of illiterate drunks and FBI informants, there's really not too much to worry about, is there?

It would just be the socially conditioned and thoroughly indoctrinated members of the general public who would totally freak out.

Sadly, we really do need an organization to campaign in behalf of the rights, survival, and progression of White people, but the archaic remnants of the Ku Klux Klan just look ridiculous and lack credibility.

"We must secure the existence of our people, and a future for White Children."


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