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Old 04-17-2016, 09:53 PM
 
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After college, I think Minneapolis and Cincy is at the top of my list with Pittsburgh and Kansas City behind. What I like about those two cities is availability to everything, once I get a job and make a steady income I could do many things such as going to a few Reds game per month as I am a big baseball fan. I could get season tickets to Paul Brown Stadium or leave the city and drive an hour or so out of Cincy to go snowboarding, hunting, and fishing. And in Downtown, everything is relatively walkable.
Just catching this response, I think you have not only missed the point we have all presented to you but are hopelessly and bullheadedly focusing on the wrong areas.

Please take a step back, watch some movies about college (like American Pie, etc.) and think very carefully about what exactly you want the next 4 years to mean to you. Then worry about this vs. that city.
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Old 04-18-2016, 05:15 AM
 
Location: Cincinnati (Norwood)
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Please note that at the same time the OP initiated this thread, he also initiated another thread on the "City vs. City" forum entitled "Cities For College Grads." As of now, all the cities there, except for Minneapolis, have been eliminated. In turn, the OP subsequently launched a "Denver vs. Minneapolis" thread.

However, FWIW (in the match up with Minneapolis) Cincinnati fared surprisingly well, as numerous forum members attested to. IMO, high time to put the wraps on this thread and go read all the good things that were written about Cincinnati on that other forum.
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