Alabama a nice state in the southeastern United States. It is not full of rednecks like some of these people say. And it also has one the greatest football programs ever. No not Auburn.
Sweet home Alabama...Roll Tide Roll!!!
An extremely misunderstood state that's probably less racist now than a lot of states in the north. We aren't hicks, and we don't have unpaved roads everywhere. We don't have affairs with our family members and we aren't a state full of red necks. Or at least not in most places I've been too
person A: I'm moving
Person B: To where?
Person A: Alabama
Person B: I'm so sorry!!! When you go, look out for red necks with guns!
Person A: Have you ever even BEEN there??
Person B: No...
home of the hottest females in the nation. Best football state. Shitty educational system. Constant recipient of stupid hick jokes by people who have no clue what they're talking about and have never so much as kissed a female.
I was born here in Alabama and proud of it...everyone thinks alabama is full of racism and REDNECKS. That is wrong. I have traveled to many places around the US and believe me...there are REDNECKS and racism everywhere.If alabama is sooo bad...why are my friends from up north moving down here to escape urban life???? mmm....
War Eagle-Hey !!!!!!
A place where you can grow up without getting up every morning to pay your parking meter and get stuck in traffic for 3 hours. A place where your kids can grow up in a small town where everybody knows everybody. A place where we are all family, we take care of each other. Alabama gets criticized everyday because we are so called "red necks" but we aren't. Sure we love fried chicken, have a southern accent, respect our elders, open the door for a complete stranger, carry groceries for a elderly person, visit our neighbors, love football, love NASCAR, take care of our family, and we like country music. But how does that make us a bad state? I'm proud to live in Alabama and I don't care who knows it!
Sweet Home Alabama!!!!!!
It's one of the best places to leave.It's peaceful just being able to step outside and see the sky..and to be able to Breath!!We have very nice people here...it's called southern hospitality!We don't have racism problems like we are rumored to have..we have African Americans and Mexicans that go to my school!We have everything that we need to have here..and it's where I've lived all my life.I have never met anyone in my life that is inbred so thats obviously not true.It's also a very nice place to raise your children.So overall it's a great place to live!
Bye the way..how the hell would you guys know if it's a terrible place to live..half of you probably have never even visited Alabama,and the whole things about trying to defend my state waa deal..yeah well you think we are weird!!!your the one coming a STUPID website trying to defend yourself..and u ppl think we are messed up..
Alabama is a very peaceful state!
I've lived in Alabama for 16 years. I'm 18 years old. Alabama can be a nice state at times, when it comes to football and hospitality. But if you even dare to mention anything that goes against the bible or the republicans, you might get shot.
There are rednecks, racists, and an overwhelming amount of black people.
But, if one took the time to look into the state and it's standings today, one might realize that this state is no longer what it used to be. There are more and more schools that are teaching from an education point of view, and not a religion-filled point of view. Yes, there are schools where religion is the foundation. But most of the schools, public, magnet, and private, are branching out and showing the students how to accept everything and everyone and to live life THEIR way and not someone elses' way. There are democrats living here, contrary to popular belief. There are goths, emos, gangsters, scene kids, indie kids, and all the rest of the stereotypes here too.
If you want to find a place where there are a lot of nice people who only act friendly to you if you're nice to them, or if you want to find a place where there aren't that many big name attractions, where you can live a life of solitude, then I recomend Alabama.
But if you want to live somewhere where you can be accepted no matter who you are, what you are, where you're from and why you're there, then I suggest you go to the north, west, or upper east.