Regarding your bar – isn’t that a bit of a dangerous name in Texas? Or is there a swathe of political intrigue of which non-Texans have no idea? Don’t answer that - someone may come to visit you wearing twin Colts slung low.
Naw. Dallas, regardless of perception would much rather be picked up and moved to the east cost. Dallas is corporate money, Bentleys and Armani, the 25 year olds eat fusion and are foodies, well most of them.
There's still some Texas left in the area, if you go to Ft. Worth, but most of that is for tourists that still think we all ride horse and shoot on sight.
The name of this bar sounds politically incorrect, but for a long, long time Dallas lived under the stigma of that awful day and I think just grew tired of it
I've never heard a Dallasite mention it, but the national and international news mentions that time as if it were yesterday.
Anyway, the patrons of this bar just wanna have fun, sit out in the gravel lot, listen to music, get a little loaded, go home with a boy/girl and not worry about life.
To them the name Lee Harvey has about as much impact as saying John Wilkes Booth. Both tragic, both way in the past.
But no you won't get shot with a gun. There is more guns per capita in LA than Dallas, though perception and reality are way different animals.
Actually the most liberal county in American is the most caucasian centric, Marin County, North of San Francisco. Dallas proper has more percentage of ethnic's groups than most American Cities, so . . .
Once again, perception and reality.
Love this shot, love this model. Kathryn is not anorexic, or afraid to eat a meal, she's just a good hard working damn pretty woman.