Monday, January 30, 2017

The Dixie Curse


In the tradition of all authority to trample love and devotion, an outsider (or perhaps a group of) has decided to cut into the heart of a people’s birthright. Ross Bjork, University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) athletic director has in all his Kansas wisdom arbitrarily and highhandedly told the world that no renditions of the grand old song, “Dixie,” will be played at Ole Miss games. He made this autocratic avowal prior to last year’s college football season.

“We felt that it’s the right thing to do. It’s time to move forward,” Bjork said. “It fits in with where the university has gone in terms of making sure we follow our creed, core values of the athletic department, and that all people feel welcome.”—except the ones he just rejected.

This statement is pathetic only because the man who said it has no clue, no intimation of what he is talking about.


  1. Man, what a sight that is. Are we more free today than they were? Don't think so.

  2. Women were so much more lovelier then esp. the Dixie women.
    Southern women had a natural Southern elegance which could not
    be duplicated. Now it's like slime oozing down the street.

    1. Now it's like slime oozing down the street.

      Mind boggling.