A shy book worm
A person who needs to live in a city and have enjoys the fast pace of city living and attending large football and basketball games. Anyone who is concerned about status "Ivy League " or needs to be on the cutting edge of research. Someone who doesn't enjoy the outdoors or desert southwest " sunny" / Hot / Cold Climate.
A metropoliton person who doesn't enjoy the outdoors and/or trying new experiences. This town and school is very close with nature and loves to do outside, athletic communites. It is a small, mountain town with not a lot of chains or metropoliton characteristics. Nor should a person looking for the "typical" college experience with huge football games and the social life provided by frats and sororities.
A conservative, wealthy, racist who enjoys material wealth, voted for George Bush, and supports terrorism.
Someone who isn't open minded.
Hyper/neo-conservatives and those with a narrow outlook of life.
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