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Old 11-25-2012, 12:17 AM
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St.Louis-ribs; historic district
Cincinnati-has some lovely neighborhoods
Buffalo-love old industrial cities but this has seen better days; Love Canal, brrrr, salt of the earth folks
Sioux Falls-never been there but want to
Toledo-see Buffalo
Mobile-Bob Dylan song about being stuck there
Reno-Comedy Central Reno 911
Richmond-overdeveloped but historic
El Paso-beans
Boston- over-educated, class conscious,good hospitals, Irish mob
San Diego- military, people with beach-ready perfect bodies, convertables, not book-friendly, too much sun
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Old 11-25-2012, 12:23 AM
Location: Keizer, OR
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St.Louis- Arch and Ghetto
Cincinnati- River town
Buffalo- Niagara
Sioux Falls- Farmland
Toledo- Lake
Fresno- Farmland
Mobile- Gulf Coast
Jacksonville- Nascar
Reno- Colder Vegas
Richmond- State Capital
El Paso- Like Juarez but safer
Boston- Irish pubs and Universities
San Diego- Surf and sun
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Old 11-25-2012, 08:15 AM
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Originally Posted by ja1myn View Post
I think about yawning.
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Old 11-25-2012, 08:43 AM
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St.Louis - The Arch
Cincinnati - Chilli
Buffalo - Bills
Sioux Falls - Sioux City
Toledo - Klinger from MASH
Fresno - Farming
Mobile - Old South
Jacksonville - Dull
Reno - Tahoe
Richmond - Tobacco
El Paso - Border
Boston - Old money
San Diego - Hillcrest
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Old 11-25-2012, 08:59 AM
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St.Louis- Arch; identity crisis (east or west? north or south?)

Cincinnati- Babes in Toyland (the movie)

Buffalo- Insecure (I'm from Rochester about an hour east; similarly sized metro with a larger and more diverse economy than Buffalo; but for whatever reason many Buffalonians like to make it seem like Buffalo is much bigger/more significant/ whatever else...I do like Buffalo though and feel it gets an undeserved bad reputation around the country)

Sioux Falls
- largest city in SD

- Holy Toledo!

Fresno- Ugly/overlooked part of CA

Mobile- Gas station

Jacksonville- Where Buffalo Bills fans like to think of to feel better about their NFL team

Reno- poor-man's Las Vegas near Lake Tahoe

- smelly/run-down...only ever driven through there on I-95 when traveling between NC and NY; there is a water treatment plant that you pass by when you first get to the city and it smells terrible. Also the interstate only gives you a view of the downtown area (decent looking) and some pretty run-down/ghetto neighborhoods around it. I'm sure there is a lot more to the city though!

El Paso- Juarez North

Boston- The coolest major American city IMO...but with a semi-annoying accent; only one more annoying is the Long Island accent.

San Diego
- Nicer, more down-to-earth and smaller version of LA.
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Old 11-25-2012, 11:51 PM
Location: The State Of California
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Originally Posted by Amercity View Post
Im not going to give you easy cities.

Sioux Falls
El Paso
San Diego
St.Louis.... River City ST. Louis Arch
Cincinnati... River City..Sports Stadiums
Buffalo.... Niagara Falls....Toronto
Sioux Falls... River City Great Plains SD & Iowa
Toledo... Great Lakes and Ohio
Fresno.... National Parks...World Largest Trees Topograph
Mobile... Ocean..Bay
Jacksonville..... Largest City in America by land area
Reno... River City..Downtown Rapids and Gambling
Richmond... Virginia most urban city
El Paso .. Southwestern City with Mountain Backdrop
Boston..... Sophistical Cosmopolitan City
San Diego.... Great Weather..real slow version of LA

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Old 11-26-2012, 12:51 AM
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St.Louis - The Rock WWE
Cincinnati - NCAA Basketball
Buffalo - Boring city
Sioux Falls - beautiful
Mobile- ?
Jacksonville - Brightness
Reno - Vegas
Richmond - Historic
El Paso - Hot Sauce
Boston - Beer
San Diego - Beach
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Old 11-24-2016, 01:14 PM
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St.Louis - miserable climate. segregation. Cardinals

Cincinnati - germans

Buffalo - Bills. art deco. ice. clouds

Toledo - Spain

Fresno - polution

Jacksonville - suburbs

Reno - gambling

Richmond - slavery. trains. dilapidated sports stadiums

El Paso - Mexico, Bible quote on a mountain

Boston - sports, education, rude people

San Diego - sunshine, hobos, comic con
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Old 11-24-2016, 01:30 PM
Location: Downtown & Brooklyn!
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St.Louis - Arch
Cincinnati - uh... Ohio?
Buffalo- Canada
Sioux Falls - had to Google it
Toledo - also had to Google it
Fresno - central CA
Mobile - I know it's in Alabama but idk anything else about it
Jacksonville - Jaguars
Reno - Reno 911
Richmond - DC
El Paso - Desert
Boston - those accents. Lol
San Diego - beaches, warm weather, zoo
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Old 11-24-2016, 06:03 PM
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St Louis - Blues and Arch
Cincinnati - Reds and racial tension
Buffalo - Depression and snow
Sioux Falls - had to google it
Toledo - reminds me of taking the train from Buffalo to Chicago, it was a stop, nothing special
Fresno - meth
Mobile - hilarious place to drive through (was there in February) everyone was driving monster trucks it seemed
Jacksonville - Jaguars
Reno - white trash
Richmond - Confederacy
El Paso - hot sauce
Boston - a colder version of Philadelphia (history, sports, education)
San Diego - amazing weather, sleepy compared to LA, military presence and Little Italy
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