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Old 07-19-2012, 08:58 AM
 
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1. LA
2. San Diego
3. Anaheim

Couldn't care less about the rest.
I'll easily take "the rest" over that trio, thanks.
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Old 07-19-2012, 09:59 AM
 
Location: Paris
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Kind of dumb?

These "boring city" threads (yes, there are more than one) are dumb. Even places that don't have an image for being the most exciting place in the world has SOME THINGS to offer.

There's no such thing as boring cities... just boring people.
I know... I've seen three on the front page before... I just didn't want to directly attack the OP...
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Old 07-19-2012, 10:32 AM
 
Location: Phoenix
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First off, lists like this are stupid, every city has stuff to see and do and of course a city like OKC will not stack up to a city like Chicago.

Why is Richmond, Providence and Harford ranked so high in your opinion? There is much more to do in most of the cities you ranked below them.

Also, your spelling is worse than mine!
Yes I agree. I feel like Houston or Cincinnati would be a little more fun that Hartford or Providence.
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Old 07-19-2012, 10:56 AM
 
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Heres my list in order. 50- BORING, 1-FUN
50 San Bernardio
49 BirmingHam
48 OKC
47 Raleigh
46 San Jose
45 Sacremento
44 Houston
43 Buffalo
42 Jacksonville
41 Salt LakeCity
40 Charlotte
39 Cinci
38 Indianapolis
37 Tampa
36 Pheniox
35 Milwakee
34 St.Louis
33 Kansas City
32 Cleaveland
31 Denver
30 Columbus
29 Orlando
28 San Diego
27 Louiville
26 Virginia Beach
25 Hartford
24 Providence
23 Richmond
22 Pittsburg
21 Mineapolis
20 Detroit
19 Austin
18 Nashvile
17 Baltimore
16 Portland
15 Memphis
14 New Orleans
13 Atl
12 San Antonio
11 Washington
10 Boston
9 Seattle
8 Dallas
7 LA
6 Miami
5 San Fransisco
4 Las Vegas
3 Phily
2 Chicago
1 New York
Sorry, but there's more to do year-round in just about every city ranked 16-50 than there is to do in Memphis. Aside from the nightlife in Memphis (which is really great for a metro its size), there really isn't much to the area.
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Old 07-19-2012, 04:37 PM
 
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Heres my list in order. 50- BORING, 1-FUN
50 San Bernardio
49 BirmingHam
48 OKC
47 Raleigh
46 San Jose
45 Sacremento
44 Houston
43 Buffalo
42 Jacksonville
41 Salt LakeCity
40 Charlotte
39 Cinci
38 Indianapolis
37 Tampa
36 Pheniox
35 Milwakee
34 St.Louis
33 Kansas City
32 Cleaveland
31 Denver
30 Columbus
29 Orlando
28 San Diego
27 Louiville
26 Virginia Beach
25 Hartford
24 Providence
23 Richmond
22 Pittsburg
21 Mineapolis
20 Detroit
19 Austin
18 Nashvile
17 Baltimore
16 Portland
15 Memphis
14 New Orleans
13 Atl
12 San Antonio
11 Washington
10 Boston
9 Seattle
8 Dallas
7 LA
6 Miami
5 San Fransisco
4 Las Vegas
3 Phily
2 Chicago
1 New York
Awful list, just awful
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Old 07-19-2012, 04:55 PM
 
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If these cities are boring, which ones do you find interesting?
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Old 07-19-2012, 04:56 PM
 
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50 San Bernardio
49 BirmingHam
48 OKC
47 Raleigh
46 San Jose
45 Sacremento
44 Houston
43 Buffalo
42 Jacksonville
41 Salt LakeCity
40 Charlotte
39 Cinci
38 Indianapolis
37 Tampa
36 Pheniox
35 Milwakee
34 St.Louis
33 Kansas City
32 Cleaveland
31 Denver
30 Columbus
29 Orlando
28 San Diego
27 Louiville
26 Virginia Beach
25 Hartford
24 Providence
23 Richmond
22 Pittsburg
21 Mineapolis
20 Detroit
19 Austin
18 Nashvile
17 Baltimore
16 Portland
15 Memphis
14 New Orleans
13 Atl
12 San Antonio
11 Washington
10 Boston
9 Seattle
8 Dallas
7 LA
6 Miami
5 San Fransisco
4 Las Vegas
3 Phily
2 Chicago
1 New York

worst **** list ive seen
STL is above kansas city
Pheonix is spelled phoenix
Hartford, providence above cleveland and denver?
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Old 07-19-2012, 08:05 PM
 
Location: The city of champions
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I'll easily take "the rest" over that trio, thanks.
Not me. LA is far superior to any other city. It's not even remotely close.

I'll take SoCal, thanks.
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Old 07-19-2012, 11:32 PM
 
Location: SF Bay Area
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I won't name 50, but I will name 5 cities in order worth mentioning that I have had the most fun.

1. New Orleans (The party atmosphere on Boubon St. on a late Sunday Night was phenominal!)
2. New York (Too much to see!)
3. Las Vegas (Not much of a gambler, but I love the casino resort's amenities)
4. San Francisco (my hometown )
5. Chicago (I am a train fanatic and I love museums. The museum of Science and Industry and Field museums were fantastic. The small town of Rochelle is a train buffs paradise! . Rochelle is 70 miles west of Chicago)


The most boring I have visited. I could name tons but I will list 5 major cities that I didn't care for:

1. Portland (There are no attractions to speak of that I found)
2. Denver (Nice tri-level downtown mall but I have never seen a mall that "wowed me")
3. Oklahoma City (Only thing is Bricktown which is a glorified mall with boating waterways)
4. Kansas City ( I love Gates and Arthur Bryants for BBQ, but after I eat whats next?)
5. Dallas (6th Floor Museum was cool to see, but I was hard up trying to find out what to do later)
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Old 07-20-2012, 08:45 PM
 
Location: Chicago, IL
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Cruising around downtown Chicago on summer nights is one of the best experiences ever.
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