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The southern United States—the southeast really—gets a bad rap sometimes over outside perceptions.

And while some negative stereotypes ring true, so do some positive ones.

Like southern hospitality is a real thing.

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A church which put up a sign reading “America: love it or leave it" found some members of its congregation walking out.

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Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour speaks softly, but says volumes.

Wintour reminded everyone of that in a recent interview for the podcast The Economist Asks.

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A black couple is citing racial profiling when the boyfriend was proposing to his girlfriend at a hard cider company in Walden, New York.

On Sunday, security staff from Apple Orchard Farm was alerted to the theft of a T-shirt from its gift shop.

But the attempt to recover the allegedly stolen item quickly escalated into what may as well have been a drug bust.

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Stephen King has been a bestselling author for decades.

But for non-Maineiacs (yes, many of us really do call ourselves that), King's outspoken political activism came as a surprise.

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Iiris since ditching shampoo (PA Real Life/Collect)

A student who has not used shampoo or conditioner in almost two years has told how her itchy scalp has been cured and her locks look healthier than ever.

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The newly resurfaced 2016 video from YouTubers Dude Perfect showcases Serena Williams' phenomenal accuracy and talent, and shows why no amateur has a hope of scoring a point on her.

Even if they're one in eight random men on the internet.

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