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Being proud of Nevada is kind of like losing your virginity. It might be awkward at first, but once you surrender yourself over to the amazing sensation that it creates, it’s pretty hard to deny just how awesome it feels.

Yes, I’m proud to be a Nevadan. And if you are reading this, chances are that you are too.

And chances are you are also like me, in that you are sick and tired of people talking crap about our home.

Be them politicians, journalists, Californians, or even our own friends and neighbors, it seems that as of late their opinion is becoming louder and louder and ours is getting quieter and quieter.

Well, even though no one might hear it, this blog/website thingy is my voice.

And who knows, maybe one day, I will be joined with you and others, and our voices will be louder.

About the author:
As a boy growing up in Las Vegas, David Southerland dreamed of visiting the far away places he read from his father’s old National Geographic collection. He is now more careful of what he dreams about because they have a way of becoming reality.
 
David has marveled at the golden roofs of the Potala in Tibet, scuba dived at night with sharks in the Great Barrier Reef, experienced the horrors of war in Baghdad, and boxed as a muay thai fighter in Thailand. 
 
A jack of all trades yet a master of none, David has, at one time or another, has been employed as a lifeguard, church choir singer, white water river guide, graphic designer, Sam’s Club cashier, art director, military contractor, muay thai fighter, photographer, and an advertising copywriter.
 
David attributes all of the success in his life to the music and lyrical stylings of  Freddie Mercury and is currently en route from Australia to his new home in Toronto, Canada with the love of his life, Andrew. 
 

David with the Hmong people of Vietnam





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