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Travelers Rest High School

On Wednesday October 19, 2005 after visiting with Scott Goldsmith at his beautiful Dixie Out Post store; I traveled to Travelers rest High School where I would adorn my confederate uniform and set up a vigil across from the school where the Southern Cross had been banned by the Principal. Today several of the students black and white would bring me bottle water, as well one of the parents who would also bring me water and some mighty fine homemade ice tea. They would all express their support for my stance in defense of the flag. I was especially impressed by the black Resource Officer of the school and a young black man who lived only a stones throw from the school. They both expressed a deep ,love for the south and my right to take a stand for her flag and symbols. Several of the black students would express to me that they felt they were being use as pawns against the flag, and had nothing to do with it. One of them told me that he had his friends mom buy a Dixie OutFitter shirt with my picture on it because he was afraid to go in the store himself. He said he framed the shirt on his wall.

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