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Old 01-25-2013, 06:27 PM
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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 City
Orlando: Disneyworld
Providence: Little Boston
Portland, OR: Hipster land
New York: Manhattan
Cleveland: Cleveland's Skyline
St. Louis: My home. I live here
San Diego:Beaches
Milwaukee: Breweries
Cincinnati: Over The rhine neigbhourhood
Detroit: Ghettos and GM
Houston: Oil, Sprawl
Tucson: Desert, Skyline
Minneapolis: Skyline, Density
This is pretty much my story
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Old 01-25-2013, 06:30 PM
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Originally Posted by GioLM View Post
Alright another round of additional cities just to refresh the thread:

San Jose: Suburban San Francisco
Albaquerqueesert City
San Antonio: The Alamo
Kansas City: Downtown KC
Indianapolis: Soliders and Sailors Monument
Charlotte: Bank Of America
Philadelphia: Old History
New Haven: A new haven
Boston: Freedom Trail, History
San Juan: Drug Cartels, Beaches,
This is what i think
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Old 01-25-2013, 06:35 PM
Location: Sydney, Australia
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Nashville: Elvis or Dolly Parton (even though i know Elvis wasn't from here LOL)
Orlando: Orange Juice and Disneyworld/land
Providence: No iota - that's RI right?
Portland, OR: Above/below Seattle?
New York: Frank Sinatra
Cleveland: Drew Carey
St. Louis: Meet me in...
San Diego: nothing
Milwaukee: again nothing.
Boston: Good Will Hunting/Matt Damon
Cincinnati: nothing
Detroit: dump
Houston: JR (again I know he's wasn't from there but I immediately though of Larry Hagman)
Tucson: Arizona! Scorpions
Minneapolis: Big arch thing?

LOL - fun doing these things as a non-American....
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Old 01-25-2013, 07:02 PM
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Originally Posted by GioLM View Post
Nashville: country music
Orlando: hell
Providence: quaint
Portland, OR: cool
New York: chopped liver on rye
Cleveland: industrial wasteland
St. Louis: ghetto
San Diego: college kids in flip flops
Milwaukee: pabst
Boston: southies
Cincinnati: almost kentucky
Detroit: destitute
Houston: sweat and traffic
Tucson: tract homes in orange stucco
Minneapolis: freshness
Of course. Of course
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Old 01-25-2013, 09:04 PM
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Location: Boston
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Nashville: Ke$ha?
Orlando: Theme Parks
Providence: Family Guy
Portland, OR: Portland, ME
New York: Yankees (boo)
Cleveland: Rock and Roll Museum
St. Louis: the Arch
San Diego: Big Zoo
Milwaukee: Beer
Boston: Home
Cincinnati: Chili?
Detroit: Tigers
Houston: Texas..and Neil Armstrong?
Tucson: Southwest
Minneapolis: Mall of America
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Old 01-26-2013, 12:30 AM
Location: Tennessee
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Nashville: country music
Orlando: Disneyworld
Providence: Never thought about it
Portland, OR: homeless/drug addicts
New York: overcrowded
Cleveland: Rock and roll hall of fame
St. Louis: arch
San Diego: military
Milwaukee: beer
Boston: Mystic River movie
Cincinnati: traffic on I-75
Detroit: high school drop outs
Houston: Humanitarian - took in a lot of people from Katrina
Tucson: western movies
Minneapolis: cold (weather-wise)

Pittsburgh: Seeley Booth
Raleigh: traffic
Miami: pink
New Orleans: Katrina
Seattle: rain
Phoenix: too hot
Oklahoma City: tornadoes
Buffalo: snow accumulation
Baltimore: potholes/Ladder 49
Oakland: Raiders
Newark: ick
Columbus: never think of it

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Old 01-26-2013, 04:20 AM
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Nashville--cool city w/ interesting, unique people
Orlando--Mickey Mouse
Portland,Or--unique vibe, aloof, rainy
New York--overcrowded, busy, buying food on the corners, subways, Boat shows, buying bread at South Street Seaport
Cleveland--Cleveland Clinic
St. Louis--Kansas City since I know nothing about St. Louis
San Diego--temperate weather, trollies, the Zoo
Milwaukee--Laverne & Shirley
Cincinnati--midwest, tight-knit, insular
Detroit--the suburb of Southfield
Houston--traffic, moving cross country in rush hour
Tucson--University Hospital, smaller than Phoenix, true desert
Minneapolis--clean, cold, snow, orderly

Pittsburgh--comeback Kid, hilly roads
Raleigh--transplants, moderate weather, newer houses
Miami--hard to find a nice hotel at a decent price, warm winters
New Orleans--interesting, great food
Seattle--aloof, rain,green
Phoenix--hot as hel*,transplants, isolation, my home for yrs.
Oklahoma--the musical
Buffalo--snowy winters, population loss
Newark--buying jeannes there
Columbus--mid-western, good COL city

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