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Old 01-14-2013, 08:01 PM
 
Location: M I N N E S O T A
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Nashville: Country music
Orlando: Mickey mouse
Providence: Nothing
Portland, OR: Subaru
New York: Manhattan
Cleveland: Nothing
St. Louis: Arch
San Diego: Beach
Milwaukee: Nothing
Boston: Confused Americans who think they are Irish
Cincinnati: Nothing
Detroit: Chrysler 300c
Houston: Integrated diversity
Tucson: Hot
Minneapolis: Lake
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Old 01-14-2013, 09:12 PM
 
Location: Cleveland
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Okay, Set 2:

Pittsburgh:
Raleigh:
Miami:
New Orleans:
Seattle:
Phoenix:
Oklahoma City:
Buffalo:
Baltimore:
Oakland:
Newark:
Columbus:
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Old 01-14-2013, 11:25 PM
 
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Pittsburgh: steel
Raleigh: yawning
Miami:beach in january
New Orleans: french quarter
Seattle: greenery and urbanity together
Phoenix: winding cookie cutter suburbia
Oklahoma City: tornadoes
Buffalo: miserable
Baltimore: rough
Oakland: hyphy
Newark: jersey build up
Columbus: parking lots and bland buildings
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Old 01-14-2013, 11:29 PM
 
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Nashville: Music City
Orlando: Disney
Providence: The TV show
Portland, OR: Meh
New York: Tokyo wannabe
Cleveland: Rock N Roll
St. Louis: Arch
San Diego: Sunny 70 degrees
Milwaukee: Cold beer
Boston: them Harvard folks
Cincinnati: ...
Detroit: Cars
Houston: We have a problem
Tucson: Hot
Minneapolis: Lake. Snow. Mighty Ducks.

ETA:

Pittsburgh: Soon to be trendy
Raleigh: Studious
Miami: Real World (the first one)
New Orleans: Fun times
Seattle: Family and home
Phoenix: Dry beauty
Oklahoma City: ... thief?
Buffalo: Snow, grey and rust
Baltimore: Bricks
Oakland: Funner than SF
Newark: bad?
Columbus: ...
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Old 01-15-2013, 03:03 AM
 
Location: Springfield, Ohio
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Pittsburgh: three rivers
Raleigh: tech/office parks
Miami: beaches & Cubans
New Orleans: old-time jazz & parties
Seattle: coffee & rain
Phoenix: strip malls
Oklahoma City: conservatives
Buffalo: depressed industry
Baltimore: David Simon
Oakland: hometown (everything)
Newark: corruption & Cory Booker
Columbus: "The" OSU
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Old 01-15-2013, 07:02 AM
 
Location: Limbo
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Okay, Set 2:

Pittsburgh: Steel
Raleigh: Durham
Miami: Condos
New Orleans: Unique
Seattle: Beautiful
Phoenix: Drab
Oklahoma City: Up-and-coming
Buffalo: Lake-effect snow
Baltimore: Aquarium
Oakland: Bad reputation
Newark: Airport
Columbus: The Ohio State University
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Old 01-15-2013, 12:21 PM
 
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Nashville: Country Music
Orlando: Disney World
Providence: My father's childhood friend (who lives there)
Portland, OR: My former colleague (who worked me with overseas who lives in Portland)
New York: The Unofficial Capital of the World
Cleveland: Ohio
St. Louis: The middle of the USA
San Diego: Warm sunny weather
Milwaukee: Cold Weather
Boston: The Boston Tea Party
Cincinnati: Other city in Ohio
Detroit: Cars
Houston: Texas
Tucson: Cactus
Minneapolis: A cold weather northern city
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Old 01-15-2013, 12:28 PM
 
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I see now that there is a next second set. So here goes:

Pittsburgh: The former hub of USAir
Raleigh: A city in North Carolina where I have a couple of distant relatives
Miami: Hot sunny weather with beaches
New Orleans: The French Quarter
Seattle: Rainy weather
Phoenix: A former hub of America West Airlines
Oklahoma City: The Midwest
Buffalo: Upstate NY and cold weather with lots of snow in the winter
Baltimore: The Baltimore Orioles, John Hopkins University and the Pimlico Racetrack (Race Course)
Oakland: A suburb city of San Francisco which across the bay from SF toward the East
Newark: Crime and one of 3 major airports of the Greater NYC area
Columbus: Ohio
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Old 01-15-2013, 12:33 PM
 
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I left out the ones I got nothing for, but here goes:

Nashville: Country music, kind of boring though
Orlando: Disney, Kissimmee, orange groves
Portland, OR: Meth, weird people
New York: Brooklyn, cool accents
Cleveland: Boring
St. Louis: Not a place I want to be
San Diego: Beautiful weather & beaches
Detroit: Crime, Eminem
Houston: The Rockets
Tucson: Laid back town, cool place
Minneapolis: Cold weather, great art scene
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Old 01-15-2013, 12:35 PM
 
Location: Fort Worth, TX
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Default I'll play along

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Originally Posted by Cleverfield View Post
We did this for the states, now let's do it for cities. What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of this random collection of cities chosen for no particular reason?

Nashville: Country music
Orlando: 24/7 Party
Providence: Who??
Portland, OR: Liberal
New York: Expensive
Cleveland: Drew Carey Show
St. Louis: A big ghetto
San Diego: Hippyville
Milwaukee: Rustic
Boston: Influential
Cincinnati: Eh
Detroit: Gloomy
Houston: Big for no reason
Tucson: Beauty
Minneapolis: Cold
Don't pounce on me
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