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Originally Posted by Rockporter
You haven't seen redneck until you've come to Maine and drove up past Bangor.
We do have an island just off the coast where everybody is related except for the tourists. At one time it was even referred to as Clap Island.
In my 'pre-marital' days, I spent a lot of time in the Mattawamkeag area of Maine fishing (they have some great smallmouths up there), and the locals are definitely the 'backwoods' types.
Now, I do a bit of hunting up in New Brunswick, Canada (outside of Plaster Rock), and it's definitely a redneck kinda place.
In fact, while I was (supposedly) born, raised, and continue to live north of Boston, Mass, I am convinced I was adopted. I consider myself a misplaced country boy. I absolutely hate the city life. But my employer pays me a hell of alot of money to commute to the city every day.
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