Quoted: Timothy Pulju on 'Flinty' New Hampshire

“It’s kind of hard-hearted, or just hard—difficult to deal with, stubborn. But those things can also be seen as positive, and New Hampshire-ites may have taken something that could’ve been thought of as negative and regarded it as positive, turned it into something self-complimentary,” says Timothy Pulju, a senior lecturer of linguistics and classics, in a Politico Magazine story about whether residents of New Hampshire merit the often-used adjective “flinty.”