When I was a Pennsylvania boy attending Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia trying to get used to the southern Appalachian accent, I saw this bumper sticker and put it on my car.
At the same time, both the University of Virginia bookstore and the Virginia Tech bookstore had bumper stickers that said the same thing. UVa was founded by Thomas Jefferson, and some of the building he designed are still in use and the library contains a number of his books. Architecture, government studies, and medicine are some of what it is best known for. Virginia Tech is a land grant university founded in the late 19th century. VA Tech is best known for civil and agricultural engineering. One university had the bumper sticker as an insult, and the other as a point of honor. It said: "All dirt roads lead to Tech."
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