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Old 08-10-2009, 02:30 AM
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Originally Posted by UTHORNS96 View Post
That Gideon play still haunts me! And I wouldn't be surprised if something did get shut down. You know in Austin there is always something going on somewhere. You know how it can be here. Espescially on SXSW and ACL weekends.
Heck yeah. Austin always has something popping. And Gideon gave the game to them.
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Old 08-19-2009, 02:16 AM
Location: Los Angeles, CA
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Originally Posted by sav858 View Post
San Diego is considered a conservative city and people seem to like us, but it's more moderate than anything else. The northern suburbs are conservative which tends to swing the county right in most elections.

also please do not associate the terms/words "open minded, accepting, tolerant, diverse" with liberal cities or liberals b/c it's BS many times. A city where 97% of the electorate votes for John Kerry is hardly "diverse", i.e. Berkeley, Ca.
Though SD as a percentage has more registered democrats than republicans. It def. depends what area of the county you are in as you know.

While I am in the middle for liberal & conservative, I like spending time in cities that tend to be more liberal because I like the feeling of "anything goes" vibe to a certain extent.
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