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A great song by Chicago The Band. It is the first track on the 1980 album "Chicago XIV" (or Chicago 14).
Robert Lamm does the lead vocals on "Manipulation".
by The Midwestrn Soldier March 24, 2005
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1.) The most centralized state in the United States of America. This is the homestate of former Republican Presidential Candidate Bob Dole.
2.) An excellent Progressive Rock band that made its start in Topeka during the early 70s. Their greatest hits include "Song For America", "Carry On My Wayward Son", "Point of Know Return", "Fight Fire With Fire", "Relentless", and "Dust in the Wind". The frontmen for the band are Kenny Livgren and Steve Walsh.
Kansas has over a dozen albums and tons of good songs. They are still together after thirty years.
by The Midwestrn Soldier November 18, 2004
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A large, vast consolidated region that makes up almost 2/3 of the United States' total land area. It consists of the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

It's biggest cities, usually range on average from *200,000 to 500,000 people (*inside-city pop.; not metropolitan.) Though most of this huge land mass that includes 25 states is predominately White, Mid-America also is home to millions of Hispanics (especially Mexican), several million Blacks in the large urban centers, and many Native Americans in the western parts of Mid-America. This major portion of the country is mostly conservative, with a strong Republican political presence, though there are many Democrats and liberals as well. Christianity is very prominent and of great importance here.
Mid-America is a wonderful place to raise a family, make your career, and truly one of the greatest areas to live the American Dream. It is a very fine place to live.
by The Midwestrn Soldier February 3, 2005
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Plural for muslim. These are the majority of the people who live in the Middle East. Though many of them really are peaceful, good people, a lot more of them despise America, and some of those are Islamic Terrorists. The ultimate goal for these particular muslims is the destruction of the Western World as well as the Jewish and Christian faiths.
A Record of Islamic Terrorism
-Muslims attacked the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center with their hijacked airliners, successfully destroying them, much to the satisfaction of their sick desires.
-Muslims severely damaged the U.S.S. Cole off the coast of Yemen.
-Muslims attacked Army Rangers in Somolia, inspiring Black Hawk Down.
-Muslims have constantly been attacking the poor Israelites, for being Jews in a mostly Muslim land mass (the Middle East.)
-Muslims launched terror attacks on Madrid, Spain.
-Muslims destroyed part of the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.
-Muslims blew up American Embassies in North Africa and the Middle East.
-Muslims have launched terror attacks in the subway system of London, England (Most recently.)
by The Midwestrn Soldier July 9, 2005
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The largest city in Kentucky between Owensboro and Louisville, each of which are about 50 miles or so from this location. The city has a population of about 24,000 and consists of many fast-food and sit-down restaurants, shopping centers, and considerably-good schools.
by The Midwestrn Soldier November 30, 2004
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1. A direction, usually seen pointing downward on a compass.

2. A fairly large region of the United States. It consists of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, and the southern half of Virginia. Sometimes Florida is considered part of the South. Kentucky and Missouri are NOT the South. Because of some Southern cultural and social connections, these two states are often considered Southern, but they are Midwestern states.
1. Okay, so to get from Indianapolis to Louisville, you'll have to go south.

2. Missouri and Kentucky are not the South because they had large numbers of Irish and German immigrants, they didn't have strong institutions of slavery, and a lot of the people don't even sound Southern; they have neutral-sounding North or South Midland accents. Only the southernmost third of Kentucky and the southernmost parts of Missouri have truly "southern-sounding" people. Plus most of their economic ties are with their fellow Northern states around them, lots of people in Kentucky are descended from Pennsylvanians who came to Kentucky when it was the frontier in the late 1700s, and the overwhelming majority of both Kentuckians and Missourians fought for the North during the Civil War.
by The Midwestrn Soldier June 5, 2006
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a term referring to about 50-60 million people who live in the Southeast. Many of these people are generally good, and the majority of them also have a strong sense of morals and traditional family values, which is very important. However, about a quarter or so of them, usually referred to as rednecks or white trash, are not good people. They only make up less than 20 million of them though, and there are also rednecks in The North, too, so its not just The South.
Southerners (the people who live in the states below Kentucky and Missouri) are usually more hospitable and moral than a lot of people in the Northeast or on the West Coast.
by The Midwestrn Soldier July 8, 2005
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