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to be different, or to change
  • Some are harmless, like the widespread conviction that Elizabethan, or even Shakespearean, English is still spoken in Appalachia, South Carolina, or Tidewater Virginia—the location varies—but we have a story to put that one to rest.
    Introduction (90% in)
  • The speech in New Orleans has origins as varied as the city's celebrated food, which Mark Twain called "as delicious as the less criminal forms of sin.
    four — This Ain't Your Mama's South Anymore (54% in)

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