Missouri militias, West Plains

Missouri militias, West Plains

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Patricia Hogan

Tulsa, OK

#1 Nov 1, 2013
I was fourteen years old when I left West Plains, MO, the home of my family for several generations.
As I get closer to those pearly gates, I realize how much West Plains did for me. i wonder if the people there now realize how much it has done for them. I am concerned about my relatives there that may be being deceived.

I loved to wander, and I met many people from other places. I learned that everyone is not as nice as the people from West Plains. I took some wrong turns, but I was saved from the worst ones because I came from West Plains. I learned that anything another person asks you to do to another person, he will do to you. That is something seems too good to be true, it usually is.

No one had to put the Pledge of Allegiance up for me, or the Ten Commandments. I learned both of them in West Plains. I love my country and I love my God. I learned to do that in West Plains.

I wonder if the West Plains residents would remember that they were from West Plains if they had a cover of blackness around them--if they were totally invisible to their fellow man. I wonder if they would forget to be a good neighbor, and to give everyone a fair chance. I wonder if they had a chance to use a silent, secret weapon if they would remember that they are from West Plains, or if they would just take the money and run.

If I could rule the world, or even get the people in West Plains to do anything that I want, I would ask them to read Mustafa's Beautiful daughter, and to think long and hard.

And ask yourself, do I remember that I come from West Plains?
Sexy Susan Slutmeyer

Ava, MO

#2 Nov 1, 2013
That was beautiful (wipes tear away).
LOL

West Plains, MO

#3 Nov 1, 2013
Someone is off their meds.West Plains sucks!Nothing but deadbeat parents, hostile Christians who hate the poor,but mostly single moms,meth addicts and low paying,shit jobs at every corner.
zzz

Lees Summit, MO

#4 Nov 1, 2013
Patricia Hogan wrote:
I was fourteen years old when I left West Plains, MO, the home of my family for several generations.
As I get closer to those pearly gates, I realize how much West Plains did for me. i wonder if the people there now realize how much it has done for them. I am concerned about my relatives there that may be being deceived.
I loved to wander, and I met many people from other places. I learned that everyone is not as nice as the people from West Plains. I took some wrong turns, but I was saved from the worst ones because I came from West Plains. I learned that anything another person asks you to do to another person, he will do to you. That is something seems too good to be true, it usually is.
No one had to put the Pledge of Allegiance up for me, or the Ten Commandments. I learned both of them in West Plains. I love my country and I love my God. I learned to do that in West Plains.
I wonder if the West Plains residents would remember that they were from West Plains if they had a cover of blackness around them--if they were totally invisible to their fellow man. I wonder if they would forget to be a good neighbor, and to give everyone a fair chance. I wonder if they had a chance to use a silent, secret weapon if they would remember that they are from West Plains, or if they would just take the money and run.
If I could rule the world, or even get the people in West Plains to do anything that I want, I would ask them to read Mustafa's Beautiful daughter, and to think long and hard.
And ask yourself, do I remember that I come from West Plains?
Is it safe to say when you left is when you got on the drugs?That was a lot of gibberish from a nut case.
grave digger

Branson, MO

#5 Nov 1, 2013
Patricia Hogan wrote:
I was fourteen years old when I left West Plains, MO, the home of my family for several generations.
As I get closer to those pearly gates, I realize how much West Plains did for me. i wonder if the people there now realize how much it has done for them. I am concerned about my relatives there that may be being deceived.
I loved to wander, and I met many people from other places. I learned that everyone is not as nice as the people from West Plains. I took some wrong turns, but I was saved from the worst ones because I came from West Plains. I learned that anything another person asks you to do to another person, he will do to you. That is something seems too good to be true, it usually is.
No one had to put the Pledge of Allegiance up for me, or the Ten Commandments. I learned both of them in West Plains. I love my country and I love my God. I learned to do that in West Plains.
I wonder if the West Plains residents would remember that they were from West Plains if they had a cover of blackness around them--if they were totally invisible to their fellow man. I wonder if they would forget to be a good neighbor, and to give everyone a fair chance. I wonder if they had a chance to use a silent, secret weapon if they would remember that they are from West Plains, or if they would just take the money and run.
If I could rule the world, or even get the people in West Plains to do anything that I want, I would ask them to read Mustafa's Beautiful daughter, and to think long and hard.
And ask yourself, do I remember that I come from West Plains?
the grave digger thought this was nice to post,,,but dont forget most have learned the pledge of allegiance and the 10 commandments where they come from,,,all over America,,,and to say people from other places arnt as nice as west plains is wrong,,,there is nice people everywhere,,,cuz west plains has some rotten selfish stingy theiving mean people for a town of 11,000,,,
GTA

Garden City, MO

#6 Nov 1, 2013
Patricia Hogan wrote:
I was fourteen years old when I left West Plains, MO, the home of my family for several generations.
As I get closer to thoonder if the people there now realize how much it has done for them. I am concerned about my relatives there that may be being deceived.
I loved to wander, and I met many people from other places. I learned that everyone is not as nice as the people from West Plains. I took some wrong turns, but I was saved from the worst ones because I came from West Plains. I learned that anything another person asks you to do to another person, he will do to you. That is something seems too good to be true, it usually is.
No one had to put the Pledge of Allegiance up for me, or the Ten Commandments. I learned both of them in West Plains. I love my country and I love my God. I learned to do that in West Plains.
I wonder if the West Plains residents would remember that they were from West Plains if they had a cover of blackness around them--if they were totally invisible to their fellow man. I wonder if they would forget to be a good neighbor, and to give everyone a fair chance. I wonder if they had a chance to use a silent, secret weapon if they would remember that they are from West Plains, or if they would just take the money and run.
If I could rule the world, or even get the people in West Plains to do anything that I want, I would ask them to read Mustafa's Beautiful daughter, and to think long and hard.
And ask yourself, do I remember that I come from West Plains?
This was a good time in the towns golden age. Keep those good memories but know that things have changed for the worst here and the sentiment is not shared by most. I to was brainwashed with all that god and country sh!t in school after I got old enough to think for myself and realised the truth of what my country was doing and how religion had been used to scare people into compliance I felt betrayed and hurt but it made me better so I can share in a little home town pride but not at all for the same reason as you. Peace be with you and safe passage through the pearly Gates.
Confused

Branson, MO

#7 Nov 11, 2013
What does any of that have to do with militias?
Allison

Council Bluffs, IA

#8 Nov 28, 2013
I understand where you are coming from... Your feelings are meant to enlighten and I respect that...

If this is the Patricia Hogan I know and love, your heart is still felt. Please reply here or through my email because I have so much to share with you... The values and good you speak of we're taught to me through your love Mom.

Your daughter who misses you so,

Allison

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