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Old 10-15-2015, 10:15 PM
 
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Louisville because I love southern food. I would spend the entire day in cafes eating catfish and fried chicken lol. Also, who the hell would want to live in Ohio

Baton Rouge or Little Rock
Cincinnati and Louisville are like an hour apart. There's not that much difference between them. Don't act like it's a world of change.

And Baton Rouge, because it has a healthier economy and is closer to NO.

Lake cities: Cleveland or Buffalo?
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Old 10-15-2015, 10:21 PM
 
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Cincinnati and Louisville are like an hour apart. There's not that much difference between them. Don't act like it's a world of change.

And Baton Rouge, because it has a healthier economy and is closer to NO.

Lake cities: Cleveland or Buffalo?
Jeez, not a fan of either city. The last time I was in Cleveland was a few years ago and the city would have been dead if it weren't for a the football game being played. I'll take Buffalo because it seems to be on the road to recovery.

The battle of the big guns:

Los Angeles or New York
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Old 10-15-2015, 10:31 PM
 
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Jeez, not a fan of either city. The last time I was in Cleveland was a few years ago and the city would have been dead if it weren't for a the football game being played. I'll take Buffalo because it seems to be on the road to recovery.

The battle of the big guns:

Los Angeles or New York
New York. I'm from LA but I prefer NY for being able to walk and take the subway everywhere. 99 cent pizza doesn't hurt either

Miami or Tampa?
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Old 10-15-2015, 10:34 PM
 
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New York. I'm from LA but I prefer NY for being able to walk and take the subway everywhere. 99 cent pizza doesn't hurt either

Miami or Tampa?
I'm a native of Mass, and with all the nastiness between out two regions, I'd take NYC over LA any day!
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Old 10-15-2015, 11:15 PM
 
Location: NYntarctica
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Cincinnati and Louisville are like an hour apart. There's not that much difference between them. Don't act like it's a world of change.

And Baton Rouge, because it has a healthier economy and is closer to NO.

Lake cities: Cleveland or Buffalo?
But Cincinnati is in Ohio. Nobody wants to stay there, why do you think Lebron left
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Old 10-16-2015, 04:30 AM
 
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New York. I'm from LA but I prefer NY for being able to walk and take the subway everywhere. 99 cent pizza doesn't hurt either

Miami or Tampa?
Good enough reason LOL

Miami for the beaches/nightlife

Corpus Christi or Dallas both Texas?
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Old 10-16-2015, 07:32 AM
 
Location: Philadelphia
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Good enough reason LOL

Miami for the beaches/nightlife

Corpus Christi or Dallas both Texas?
Corpus Christi-I'd rather be closer to the coast and Houston/SA/Austin.

New Orleans, LA or Savannah, GA?
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Old 10-16-2015, 08:13 AM
 
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New Orleans. I have always had a crush on NOLA from afar. I understand people say it is much better to visit than to live, but I cannot help to think that living in a city with such a rich, unique (albeit recently tragic) history would be amazing. The mixture of cultures there is just outstanding. Not sure I could handle either summer. I hear Savannah is charming and beautiful, but southern charm is not my thing.

Flagstaff, AZ or Greenville, SC?
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Old 10-16-2015, 09:31 AM
 
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But Cincinnati is in Ohio. Nobody wants to stay there, why do you think Lebron left
Actually, 11,594,163 people want to stay there. Including some of my extended family.

And LeBron left for the same reason he came back: lucrative contracts. The average person doesn't take their talents to South Beach, however, so I don't now why you're using him as your example.

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New Orleans. I have always had a crush on NOLA from afar. I understand people say it is much better to visit than to live, but I cannot help to think that living in a city with such a rich, unique (albeit recently tragic) history would be amazing. The mixture of cultures there is just outstanding. Not sure I could handle either summer. I hear Savannah is charming and beautiful, but southern charm is not my thing.

Flagstaff, AZ or Greenville, SC?
Greenville, SC. It's closer to a lot of other cities, and I feel like it has more to offer than Flagstaff.

Charleston SC or Savannah GA?
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Old 10-16-2015, 11:28 AM
 
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Charleston SC or Savannah GA?
Not sure how many times we're going to be presented with this option, but once again, Charleston. Love Savannah (especially the historic squares downtown...they are simply beautiful), but Charleston's metro is twice as large, has a larger, faster-growing, more well-rounded economy, more amenities, is better governed, has less violent crime, is more educated, has more professional opportunities, etc. Most people limit their choices to the historic districts of these two cities, but as beautiful as both are, I wouldn't be spending the majority of my time in either because after a while, I'd get annoyed with all the tourists. Charleston is overall more well-rounded, more progressive, and has more to see and do.

Tulsa or Charleston, WV?
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