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Old 12-07-2006, 06:13 PM
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Yeah, cities like New Orleans, Charleston, Savannah, Atlanta, Memphis, Nashville...none of those have ANY culture to offer. You're joking right? Aw shucks, I guess we'll just keep it to ourselves. Amazing golf, beautiful women, great weather, beaches and food, yeah, its tough down here. Enjoy winter.
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Old 12-07-2006, 09:31 PM
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New York and Boston, along with Chicago and Los Angeles, should be the pride of the US. There's a reason that the midwest is referred to as flyover country (and we all know that nothing good lies south of the Mason-Dixon except Maryland, DC, NoVA, and Florida).
Florida.....haha.....i'm guessing you gel your hair and have a good collection of vertical striped shirts and tan in a can. Do you vacation at Panama Beach too? Los Angeles = "pride of the US??" Are you friggin kidding me? Nothing like a smog filled city filled with cheap new-money trash, liberals, tree huggers, and nut job actors. I suppose we can make South Central our new Capital. New York City...not going to start in on that hell hole because it would take too long. I actually like Chicago and Boston.....so i'll leave them be. Have fun though with the snow and your ugly, pale, nasal voiced women.

I also agree with what Shinerbock said...and also....you're an idiot. You need to get out more.
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Old 12-07-2006, 10:19 PM
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I get out plenty, thanks. Caltech alone makes LA more important that most other cities in the US. Then add in tremendous cultural diversity and economic importance, and you've got something, even with crime (which is of historical significance in LA) you have an awesome city. As a socialist myself, I find LA somewhat lacking in politics, but if you move down to San Fransisco, there you have a glorious city.

I love the snow, and the winter; I'm not terribly fond of tanning, and our accents trump hideous drawls any day. Keep the red states, though I find it ironic that they receive large amounts of tax-derived federal aid, and consistently have the most anti-tax politicians, at least when they speak publicly.

EDIT: New Orleans isn't a bad city. I just couldn't live there year-round.

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Old 12-07-2006, 10:42 PM
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Haha, I think he's serious.
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Old 12-07-2006, 11:38 PM
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Brendan Mcgrail gives the North a bad name.
Pink commy wuss
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Old 12-08-2006, 12:04 AM
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Yeah, cities like New Orleans, Charleston, Savannah, Atlanta, Memphis, Nashville...none of those have ANY culture to offer. You're joking right? Aw shucks, I guess we'll just keep it to ourselves. Amazing golf, beautiful women, great weather, beaches and food, yeah, its tough down here. Enjoy winter.
Great weather?!?! Only if you like 110 degrees and 99% humidity. San Francisco, now THERE is some nice weather all year round.
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Old 12-08-2006, 12:15 AM
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Its cold. Great weather is SD, not SF. Also, Atlanta is rarely above 95. The humidity is high, yeah, but we also have a lot of sunny days and comfortable weather.
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Old 12-08-2006, 12:33 AM
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Brendan Mcgrail gives the North a bad name.
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It's pinko, commie. Learn to spell.
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Old 12-08-2006, 01:03 AM
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Great weather?!?! Only if you like 110 degrees and 99% humidity. San Francisco, now THERE is some nice weather all year round.
I honestly don't know of anywhere in the South that gets that hot minus deep deep South Texas......and I don't even know of when it has gotten that hot there.

San Francisco? Its foggy and cold all the time....
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Old 12-08-2006, 01:13 AM
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I get out plenty, thanks. Caltech alone makes LA more important that most other cities in the US. Then add in tremendous cultural diversity and economic importance, and you've got something, even with crime (which is of historical significance in LA) you have an awesome city. As a socialist myself, I find LA somewhat lacking in politics, but if you move down to San Fransisco, there you have a glorious city.

I love the snow, and the winter; I'm not terribly fond of tanning, and our accents trump hideous drawls any day. Keep the red states, though I find it ironic that they receive large amounts of tax-derived federal aid, and consistently have the most anti-tax politicians, at least when they speak publicly.

EDIT: New Orleans isn't a bad city. I just couldn't live there year-round.
You have got to be kidding me.
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Old 12-08-2006, 04:25 PM
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How so?
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Old 12-08-2006, 04:53 PM
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Caltech alone makes LA more important that most other cities in the US.
Are you serious?

Shoot me.
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Old 12-11-2006, 12:43 AM
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New York and Boston, along with Chicago and Los Angeles, should be the pride of the US. There's a reason that the midwest is referred to as flyover country (and we all know that nothing good lies south of the Mason-Dixon except Maryland, DC, NoVA, and Florida).

You are miserable.

And to JessSigKap I have been through all three of those areas and while they do have some nice parts there are also some nasty sections. DC is a nice city until you see all the hobos sitting on top of the steam grates on the side of the street. NoVa has some real nice areas that arent too suburbanized.
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Old 12-12-2006, 06:57 PM
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I get out plenty, thanks. Caltech alone makes LA more important that most other cities in the US. Then add in tremendous cultural diversity and economic importance, and you've got something, even with crime (which is of historical significance in LA) you have an awesome city. As a socialist myself, I find LA somewhat lacking in politics, but if you move down to San Fransisco, there you have a glorious city.
Wow, I REALLY disagree with you. Have you LIVED in L.A.? When I was in college in "The Southland" I lived by the beach in Malibu and even that didn't raise my appreciation of L.A. Los Angeles' smog gets worse every time I visit, to the point that it actually delayed my flight there out of Seattle in September. There are a few cool museums, but other than that there is very, very little culture, which is especially appalling considering how many people and ethnicities call it home. It has beaches, but too bad it's actually considered a health hazard to swim in the water. The only trees are palm trees and the only green you see is on the cars filling the freeways. And politics? What politics? You're lucky if you get to talk with someone who reads or watches the news.

Cal Tech? It's in Pasadena and has no real influence on the L.A. citizenry at all. That's like me saying that Pepperdine University in Malibu make L.A. a great city. Really, if all the great universities in the world were clustered in L.A. that alone would not make it a great city.

I may be a "Yankee," but half of my family is from the south. There is plenty of unique culture there that you can't find in Seattle, San Francisco, Chicago, New York or Boston. And c'mon, everyone knows Florida is not the south.
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Old 12-12-2006, 07:02 PM
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Los Angeles = "pride of the US??" Are you friggin kidding me? Nothing like a smog filled city filled with cheap new-money trash, liberals, tree huggers, and nut job actors.
Just wanted to say that L.A. is totally lacking in tree huggers...they don't even recycle for the mostpart. Booooo....
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