I'm sorry to hear that. I had such a better experience. I guess that just goes to show you can find any kind of people anywhere. Perhaps my experience was better because I was in the Army and mostly went around in uniform. Texas is very friendly to the military from my experience.
People in Texas love the military. Texas even has a Chris Kyle day. I can't think of a more pro-military state than Texas. Marcus Luttrell is from here also and is a considered a Texas hero.
Edited: Kyrroeth on 9th May, 2017 - 5:57pm
Would the two of you be surprised one of the worse experiences I had with Texas people was when I was in full Military Police uniform. I was almost shot *smile*.
Once a Texan always a Texan. I'm new to Colorado so I have much stronger ties to the Lone Star state. It all depends upon where you go if you are out of uniform.
KN, I can believe it. Were you being mean to people? ;).
Edited: Kyrroeth on 9th May, 2017 - 6:20pm
I am always mean to people I am not a nice guy. Especially when in the military many thought that I was a hard core ass hole. I thought of myself as a god and I treated a lot of people like I was I learned that if I needed something done I ordered it done.
I was a nice guy if you did not get on my wrong side. I can still be that A hole a lot if I need to be *smile*.
I spent all my time in San Antonio and Austin when I was in the military. When I was in Texas other times it was in eastern Texas just off interstate 20 east of Dallas and just west of the Arkansas line. The last time was in western Texas in the panhandle along Interstate 40.